BIOL 1001K Introductory Biology I

This non-major's course, the first in a lab sequence, is designed to develop an appreciation for the biological sciences and to strengthen understanding of scientific method and experimental design through applied thinking. An appreciation of biological concepts and literacy also will be attained. The course will concentrate on the cellular and molecular levels of biology and will include topics such as an introduction to biological chemistry, cell biology, genetics, and evolutionary mechanisms will be presented. Corequisite lab course required. 


4 credits

Lecture Hours

3 hours


BIOL 1001L


Students cannot receive graduation credit for both BIOL 1001 and BIOL 2107 or for both BIOL 1002 and BIOL 2108.