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BIOL 100 S. Sanchez Orange Coast College Spring Semester 2010 BIOLOGY 100  Course Syllabus Course Name:  Principles of Biology Course Units:  4.0 Section:  30342 Meeting Days:   Tuesday Meeting Times:  7:00-10:10 p.m. Meeting Location:  Science Hall California Poppy “Apricot Flambeau,” Eschscholzia californica Instructor:  Sandra Sanchez Office Hours:  By appointment until further notice *E-mail  ssanchez1@occ.cccd.edu *I usually respond to e-mails within 24 hours, excluding weekends and holidays. Please include the  course you attend and WRITE YOUR NAME IN THE EMAIL.  Spring 2010 Dates to Remember : Semester Begins Last Day to add the class Last Day to Drop with Refund  Last Day to Drop without a W Last Day to Drop with a W Final Exam January 31 February 14 February 12 February 27 April 30 May 25 For further calendar information consult your Orange Coast College Class Schedule. 1
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BIOL 100 S. Sanchez Prerequisites: There is no required prerequisite for this course. Some knowledge and interest in biology will be  helpful.  Course Format: A general study of life processes with emphasis on biological molecules, cells, heredity,  evolution and diversity of life. Suitable as a general education elective for the non-science  major; however, you are welcome to convert to the biology major. Three hours lecture, three  hours and 10 minutes laboratory.  Transfer Credit: CSU; UC except if taken after Biology  181. Textbooks: Lecture:  Biology: Concepts and Investigations , Hoefnagels, Mc Graw Hill, 2005. Laboratory:  Biology 100 Laboratory Manual , 7 th  edition, Biology Staff, Morton Publishing. Attendance: Students are expected to attend lecture. Attached is a general outline for this course. The dates  are approximate. Subjects may change according to the rate of the class. It is the student’s  responsibility to note changes that may occur throughout the semester. You earn points based  on your attendance. Refer to the section on Participation for details. Withdrawal Policy: It is ultimately the student’s responsibility to withdraw from the course. Do not depend on the  instructor to withdraw you just because you stopped attending. Academic Honesty: The work you submit must be your own.  Any ideas, quotes, or summaries must be cited within  the paper. Papers may be checked for originality using various methods. All exams will be  completed on an individual basis without any unauthorized assistance. Any student who  2
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BIOL 100 S. Sanchez commits academic dishonesty will be reported to the Dean of Students and will not receive a  grade for the compromised work or exam.  Classroom Conduct: Orange Coast College’s Academic Honesty and Classroom Conduct policy and guidelines will 
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This note was uploaded on 02/19/2011 for the course BIO 100 taught by Professor S.sanchez during the Spring '10 term at Orange Coast College.

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