Syllabus Bio 121.pdf - Course Syllabus Malcolm X College...

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Page 1Course Prefix and Number: BIO 0121Course Title: Biology ISection: HY2/HY2XLength of Course: 16 weeksPCS Code:1.1IAI Code: L1910LSemester Credit Hours: 5Contact Hours: 6Lecture Hours: 4Lab Hours: 2Clinical Hours: 0CourseSyllabusMalcolm XCollegeOne of the City Colleges ofChicagoDepartment of Life SciencesSpring2018Expected Study Hours Outside of Lecture/Lab Hours: Minimum 15 hours per weekMethodofDelivery(markallthatapply):FacetoFaceOnlineHybridXInstructor Name: Dilip K. DebOffice Location: Class room 3403Telephone Number: 773-800-1481E-mail: [email protected]Office Hours: 8:50PM-9:50PMClass Time: Tuesday, 6:00PM-8:40PMClassroom/Lab: 3403Course Website: ccc.blackboard.comCatalog Description:Biology ICellular and Molecular Biology. Introduction to biochemistry, molecular genetics, cell structure, functionand processes. Laboratory required. Writing assignments, as appropriate to the discipline, are part of the course.Students the Course is Expected toServe:Biology 121 is geared towards students interested pursuing a career in the biological sciences as well as studentsinterested in pursuing a career in an allied health profession. This course is also designed for students who enjoy thediscipline of biology and its related disciplines and sub-disciplines.Prerequisites:Eligibility for English 101 based on prior coursework or COMPASS, ACT, or SAT test scores, or Consent ofDepartment Chairperson.Course Description:In this course the students will develop skills in basic laboratory techniques and/or basic medical techniques andprocedures; develop an understanding of the nature of science, the process of science, and basic biologicalprinciples; develop familiarity with recurrent themes in biology, and its related disciplines andsub-disciplines asapplicable; and develop an appreciation for the similarities and differences that exists among living organisms.Course ObjectivesThis course seeks to:1. Provide students with skills in basic laboratory techniques and procedures;
Page 22. Develop the studentsunderstanding of scientific methodologies and basic biological principles;3. Familiarize students with the chemical and molecular basis of life;4. Expose students to key concepts of metabolism, photosynthesis and cell respiration;5. Develop the studentsunderstanding of the process of cell reproduction;

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Biology, Cellular Respiration, DNA, Malcolm X College

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