BIOL-103Rev1

BIOL-103Rev1 - BIOL-103 HUMAN BIOLOGY TEXT: Edition, Human...

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BIOL-103 HUMAN BIOLOGY TEXT: Human Biology, Including Student Study Guide . Sylvia S. Mader. Eleventh Edition, McGraw-Hill Publishers, 2010 (Selected Material from Human Biology including Student Study Guide is custom published for Biology 103 at Lee University). A Guide To Biology Lab. Thomas G. Rust. Third Edition, S. W. Educational Enterprises, 1983. UNIVERSITY MISSION STATEMENT: Lee University is a Christian institution which offers liberal arts and professional education on both the baccalaureate and graduate levels. It seeks to provide education that integrates biblical truth as revealed in the Holy Scriptures with truth discovered through the study of arts and sciences and in the practice of various professions. A personal commitment to Jesus Christ as Savior is the controlling perspective from which the educational enterprise is carried out. The foundational purpose of all educational programs is to develop within the students knowledge, appreciation, understanding, ability and skills which will prepare them for responsible Christian living in a complex world. CATALOG DESCRIPTION: A foundations course in biological science which focuses on the general concepts of life as demonstrated by the human body through its chemistry, organization, and continuity. A practical and relevant approach to understanding and maintenance is presented. Biology 109 recommended for students with strong biological science background. Prerequisites: Non-science majors only. 4 Credit Hours Computer-Assisted Instruction: N Additional Fees: N I. PURPOSE This course is intended to provide an important foundation in biological science for non- science majors and focuses on the general concepts of life as demonstrated by the human body. The chemistry, organization, and continuity of the human organism is examined. A practical approach for application in many areas of life is presented. Students today face many issues relevant to biology and the technology that surrounds it. This course will expose them to good information, useful in modern living. II.
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2012 for the course BIOL 103 taught by Professor Robertwest during the Spring '12 term at Lee.

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BIOL-103Rev1 - BIOL-103 HUMAN BIOLOGY TEXT: Edition, Human...

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