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Biology: Human Biology

BIOL 003 Z1 (CRN: 60077)

3 Credit Hours

About BIOL 003 Z1

For nonscience majors. Selected biological topics relevant to humans, such as cancer, human genetics, environmental toxicants; biological concepts necessary for understanding these problems.


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Dates: July 17- August 11, 2017; No credit given to BIOL, ZOOL, or IBS majors or minors; BIOL 003 stand alone fulfills CAS "Science" distribution and in combination with BIOL 013 can be counted as a "Science with Lab."

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Section Description

BIOL 003 will be an overview of human body systems at the introductory level, with basic concepts related to cell biology, human genetics and evolution. this course is designed for non-majors

Section Expectation

Text: Visualizing HUMAN BIOLOGY 4th edition by Kathleen A. Ireland, Wiley-Publisher


The course will be divided into four sections. An exam and a “participation factor” will contribute to the grade of each section. The final grade will be dependent on the average of the section grades.




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