BIOL 1002K Introductory Biology II

This non-major's course, the second in a lab science sequence, is designed to increase an appreciation for the basic concepts of biology including an understanding of scientific method and experimental design. To achieve the goal, the subject areas of organismal diversity and organismal anatomy and physiology, ecology and environmental biology will be investigated. Organ systems to be covered will include the digestive system, respiratory system, immune system, cardiovascular system, excretory system, endocrine system and reproductive system. Corequisite lab course required.



Lecture Hours

3 hours


BIOL 1001K


BIOL 1002L


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