syllabus mynlieff 2009-1

syllabus mynlieff 2009-1 - SYLLABUS - BIOL 1001 FALL 2009...

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Section 1001: Lectures MWF 11:00, room Todd Wehr Chemistry 100 Instructor: Michelle Mynlieff, PhD Office: WLS508 Office hours: M 1:00-2:00; Tu 1:00-2:00, F 2:00-3:00 or by appointment Email: [email protected] Teaching assistant: Discussion sections: 601, Tu 11:00, room Wehr Life Sciences 111 602, Th 10:00, room Wehr Life Sciences 111 603, Th 1:00, room Wehr Life Sciences 111 Course Description This is the first course in the general biology sequence (BIOL 1001 and 1002). BIOL 1001 and BIOL 1002 are the introductory courses for biology majors. These courses are also the recommended biology sequence for pre- professional students intending careers in medicine and related fields. Several degree programs at Marquette require this sequence as part of the requirements for the major. BIOL 1001 is offered in the fall; BIOL 002 is offered in spring. During the first semester evolution, ecology, animal diversity and physiology will be covered. BIOL 1009 or BIOL 1406 are recommended for non-science majors selecting Biology to fulfill the natural science requirement. Learning Objectives for Biology 001 1. Demonstrate knowledge of major concepts in systemics, phylogeny, animal physiology, and ecology. 2. Demonstrate an understanding of the scientific method and experimental design. 3. Demonstrate analytical thinking skills. Learning Objectives for Science and Nature Core Course 1. Demonstrate knowledge of major concepts, tools and methodologies in one of the natural sciences. 2. Understand processes, limitations and ethics of scientific inquiry. 3. Use scientific inquiry to solve problems and evaluate information. Academic Honesty In the spring of 2006 the University approved an Academic Honesty policy that is now applicable to all courses. This policy can be found on pages 40-44 of the 2009-2010 Undergraduate Bulletin or at . The Bulletin serves, in effect, as the University’s contract with its students. Accordingly, we are obligated to adhere to the protocol described in this new policy. Acts of Academic Dishonesty may include but are not limited to the following: Copying material from a web page and submitting it as one’s own work. Quoting extensively from a document without making proper references to the source. The illegitimate use of materials in any form during a quiz or examination. Copying answers from the quiz or examination paper of another student. Plagiarizing (submitting as one’s own ideas the work of another) or falsifying materials or information used in the completion of any assignment, which is graded or evaluated as the student’s individual effort. 1
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