BIO 101 Syllabus - BIOSC 101: FUNDAMENTALS OF BIOLOGICAL...

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FALL 2009 INSTRUCTOR : Mrs. Carol Rooker, M.S. Biology CONTACT INFO : email: canddrooker@yahoo.com Office: none – but you can meet with me by appt. TEXT : Lecture: Essential Biology with Physiology, 2 nd Note: I am not responsible for dropping you from this class. If you decide to drop it is your responsibility to have it recorded. If you simply stop attending you will be assigned an “F” in the course. COURSE INFORMATION: Description: A selection of biological concepts which are relevant to the student and to other college courses. Inquiry into the process of evolution by means of natural selection, cell structure and function, plant and animal growth and development, reproduction, genetics and homeostasis within and among living things, populations and communities. Units: 3 Objectives: Students will be able to: Define the terminology used in the biological sciences; Discuss biological concepts and/or principles that demand critical thinking and apply these biological principles to new conditions; Apply a selection of biological concepts and/or topics which are relevant and meaningful to the student, to the student’s other college courses, and to daily life experience; Demonstrate an understanding of the inquiry methods used in the sciences. SLOS:  A selection of biological concepts which are relevant to the student and to other college  courses. Inquiry into the process of evolution by means of natural selection, cell structure and  function, plant and animal growth and development, reproduction, genetics and homeostasis  within and among living things, populations and communities.  SLO#1. Students completing the course will be able to Understand and apply the scientific method SLO#2. Students completing the course will be able to understand and apply the scientific method. SLO#3. Students completing the course will be able to understand the difference between evolution and
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BIO 101 Syllabus - BIOSC 101: FUNDAMENTALS OF BIOLOGICAL...

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