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LAMAR STATE COLLEGE - ORANGEHealth Sciences & Workforce Education DivisionSyllabus forBIOLOGY 1306: Biology for Science Majors I LectureFall 2018Instructor:Matthew R. McClure, Ph.D., Professor of BiologyOffice Location:AC 242Office Hours:Monday, Wednesday: 9:00-9:30am; 12:15-1:00pmTuesday: 12:15-1:00pm; 3:00-6:00pmThursday: 9:00-11:00am, 12:15-1:00pm; 3:00-6:00pmOther hours by appointmentOffice Phone:409-882-3304E-Mail Address:[email protected]Class Hours:1306-01 (day)Lecture meets Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:00-12:15.Co-requisite Labs meet 2 hours weekly.Course Description:Fundamental principles of living organisms will be studied, including physical andchemical properties of life, organization, function, evolutionary adaptation, and classification. Conceptsof cytology, reproduction, genetics, and scientific reasoning are included.Credit Transfer:It is recommended for students to check in advance with the institution they plan totransfer credit.State rules require that the course be transferable to any state institution.Prerequisites:None.High school biology and chemistry experience will provide helpful background.Co-Requisites: Simultaneous enrollment in BIOL 1106 laboratory is required.
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Required Textbook and Materials:Campbell & Reece. 2017. Biology, 11thEd., Benjamin Cummings Publ. Co.Scantron Form #882 for examsRecommended:Student Success Skills Seminars may be given throughout the semester on campus andcan prove helpful (details provided later).Also, on-line tutorials from Khan Academy()2
Student Learning Outcomes:Student Learning Outcomes:Course- and Program-LevelCourse Activities and Associated Unit-LevelStudent Learning Outcomes:1. Describe the characteristics of life.Class instruction, discussion, assigned readings,quizzes, exams, written assignments2. Explain the methods of inquiry used byscientists.Class instruction, discussion, assigned readings,quizzes, exams, written assignments3. Identify the basic requirements of life and theproperties of the major molecules needed for life.Class instruction, discussion, assigned readings,quizzes, exams, written assignments4. Compare and contrast the structures,reproduction, and characteristics of viruses,prokaryotic cells, and eukaryotic cells.Class instruction, discussion, assigned readings,quizzes, exams, written assignments

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