Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Professor Bowers-Macrander is both knowledgable and enthusiastic about the subject matter she teaches. She instructs in a way that both provides students with adequate information and challenges students to learn how concepts of biology work-not just memorization. It does absolutely benefit you if you attend lectures so you know what will be tested.
organization and classification of biological environments and organisms, cellular structure, cellular respiration, theory of evolution, natural selection and heredity; the course also includes some basic chemistry principles such as structure, states, and chemical formulae.
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Advice for students:
The 6-8 hours does not include class time. It is not a difficult course as long as you stay current with the reading and coursework; the reading needs to be done before class and is part of your grade and the in class questions are based off it. Ask for help on anything you don't understand and participate in class! Her test questions require you to understand the concepts, they are not simple yes or no-make sure you read the questions.