145 HUMAN BIOLOGY OC SMT 3 FS Summer Inner Core req Not for cr maj Study of

145 human biology oc smt 3 fs summer inner core req

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145 HUMAN BIOLOGY OC-SMT 3 F,S, Summer Inner Core req. Not for cr maj. Study of human biology in context of science, technology, and culture, emphasizing technological advances in medi- cine, disease prevention, and public health. 160 MICROBIOLOGY AND SOCIETY OC-SMT 4 F,S, Summer Inner Core req. Not for cr maj. Not for cr if had BSC 260. Lecture and lab. Materials charge optional. Introduction to microorganisms, their diversity, and their impact on society as agents of disease, in the environment, and in useful applications. 161 INTRODUCTION TO TEACHING SCIENCE SEMINAR 2 F,S Compl of one sem college science req. Teacher Ed maj only. Also offered as CHE 161. Introduction to the nature of scientific inquiry, and research- based skills in science teaching and learning. 170 GENETICS AND SOCIETY OC-SMT 3 F,S,Summer Inner Core req. Not for cr maj. Overview of human heredity in context of biology, society, and culture; impact on treatment of diseases, reproductive technology, agriculture, aging/longevity, and forensics. 181 HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY AND ANATOMY I 4 F,S Not for cr maj. Lecture and lab. Materials charge optional. Fundamentals of anatomy and physiology for students in Special Education, Health Education, Nursing, and Psychology. 182 HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY AND ANATOMY II 3 F,S BSC 181 req. Not for cr maj. Lecture only. 183 HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY AND ANATOMY II LABORATORY 1 F,S BSC 181 req. Not for cr maj. No cr granted in BSC 183 until cr earned in BSC 182. Materials charge optional. Laboratory exercises in anatomy and physiology to accom- pany topics in BSC 182 lecture. 196 BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY IC-NSA 4 S Lecture and lab. May not be taken under the CT/NC option. Materials charge optional. Introduction to structure and function of the major groups of microorganisms, plants, and animals, emphasizing evolution- ary relationships among the major groups. 197 MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BASIS OF LIFE IC-NSA 4 F Lecture and lab. May not be taken under the CT/NC option. Materials charge optional. Introduction to molecules, processes, and cellular organiza- tion of living organisms. 201 ECOLOGY 4 F,S BSC 196 and 197 req. Lecture, lab, and field trips. Materials charge optional. Formerly EVOLUTION- ARY ECOLOGY. Interactions between organisms and their environment at the individual, population, community, and ecosystem lev- els of organization. 202 HUMAN ECOLOGY OC-SMT 3 S Inner Core req. MC-QR category req. Lecture. Formerly HUMANS AND THE BIOSPHERE. Not for cr maj. Ecological principles underlying biosphere functions, human influence on the biosphere, application of ecological princi- ples to solving and avoiding environmental problems. 203 CELL BIOLOGY 3 F,S BSC 196, 197 req. CHE 110 and 112 or 141 req. Structure and function of cells with emphasis on protein structure-function, cell morphology, and cellular signaling. 211 ECONOMIC BOTANY 4 F BSC 196 or AGR 150, and BSC 197 req. Lecture and lab. Materials charge optional.
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