BIO 110 Modern Biology

Prerequisite: Completion or waiver of MAT 012, or permission of instructor; a freshman-level majors course

A foundation course in biology that serves as an introduction to the major. This introduction includes the presentation of the following concepts: general chemical principles, cell structure and function, metabolism, energy pathways, cell division, classical and molecular genetics, and evolution. Historical development and contemporary considerations of these topics will be emphasized. Laboratory exercises will be experimental and descriptive. Three class periods and one three-hour laboratory each week. NOTE: This first-year course is the prerequisite to all Biology courses with the exception of BIO 100, 101, 102, and 207. Natural Science Laboratory Course


1 Course Credit