Students should consult the curricular guides and the course
equivalency guides located in the Academic Advising office for specific
=Two digit numbers (11, 12) indicate courses found most frequently in the programs of students whose goals are self-improvement, job entry,
and/or occupational upgrading. Students should consult the articulation agreements, curricular guides, and the course equivalency guides located
in the Academic Advising office to obtain transfer information.
|A one-semester lecture and laboratory course which emphasizes the human organism as a
representative living system. The course includes a study of the cell and energy flow; maintenance, coordination, and
reproduction mechanisms of heredity and evolution; relationships of humans to their environment; and the impact new
biological technologies may have on the future. (Not for science majors; satisfies general education requirements.)
[48-32-80] Lab Fee
The specific amount of the lab fee will vary with current costs of materials and is published in each semesters schedule of
The number at the end of the course description in brackets, e.g. [48-32-80] indicates the hours of instruction in the course. The actual number of
hours of instruction and/or distribution may vary due to circumstances, but the typical pattern is shown below:
In the example [48-32-80], the first figure, 48,
designates the number of hours of teaching that are primarily lecture or directed group instruction.
The second figure, 32, designates the number of hours of teaching that are primarily laboratory, clinic, or
activity in nature.
The third figure, 80, designates the total number of hours of teaching provided.
For a more comprehensive coverage of course content and requirements, students are invited to use the collection of course syllabi
located in the respective departments office area.
Certain course prerequisites can be overridden by the department chair or director responsible for the course.