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BIO100 Human Biology 3 Credits This course provides an introduction to the study of living organisms. Emphasis is placed on the structure and function of the cell as the basis of life. Each body system is studied. Additional topics will include human evolution, genetics, genetic engineering, and biotechnology. Terms Offered: WI, SU BIO105 Human Development 3 Credits This course studies human growth and development throughout the lifespan from the prenatal period through aging. Special emphasis is placed on normal physical, cognitive, social, and psychological growth so the student can recognize normal development as well as deviations from the normal.

BIO230 Advanced Biology I 3 Credits
This course is an introduction to the biological sciences. The focus of this course is the study
of living organisms with an emphasis on the structure and function of the cell as the basis
of live. Topics include elements of biochemistry, cell structure and function, reproduction,
genetics, and elements of physiology.
Co-requisite: BIO230L
Prerequisites: ALH165 and ALH165L or ALH130 and ALH130L
Terms Offered: SP

BIO230L Advanced Biology Lab I* 1 Credit
This course is the practical laboratory application of the concepts learned in BIO230,
Advanced Biology I. The focus of this course is the study of lining organisms with an
emphasis on the structure and function of the cell as the basis of life.
Co-requisite: BIO230
Prerequisites: ALH165 and ALH165L or ALH130 and ALH130L
Terms Offered: SP

BIO330 Advanced Biology II* 3 Credits
This course provides an overview of cell biology, both at the structural and functional level
highlighting medical implications and builds on the concepts introduced in BIO230. Topics of
study include bimolecular structure and function, fundamental molecular biology of the cell,
genetics, genetic engineering, and biotechnology.
Co-requisite: BIO330L
Prerequisites: BIO230 and BIO230L
Terms Offered: SU

BIO330L Advanced Biology Lab II* 1 Credit
This course is the practical laboratory application of the concepts learned in BIO330. Topics of
student include bimolecular structure and function, fundamental molecular biology of the cell,
genetics, genetic engineering, and biotechnology.
Co-requisite: BIO330
Prerequisites: BIO230 and BIO230L
Terms Offered: WI, SU

BIO430 Advanced Microbiology* 3 Credits
This course covers principles of microbiology with an emphasis on microorganisms
and human disease. Topics include an overview of microbiology and aspects of medical
microbiology, identification and control of pathogens, disease transmission, host resistance,
and immunity.
Co-requisite: BIO430L
Prerequisites: BIO230, BIO230L, CHM200, and CHM200L
Terms Offered: FL

BIO430L Advanced Microbiology Lab* 1 Credit
This course is the practical laboratory application of the concepts learned in BIO430.
Emphasis is on the relationship between microorganisms and human disease, identification
and control of pathogens, disease transmission, host resistance, and immunity.
Co-requisite: BIO430
Prerequisites: BIO230, BIO230L, CHM200, and CHM200L
Terms Offered: SP, FL

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