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Biology

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...in the field. Both BIOL BC1001 Revolutionary Concepts in Biology and BIOL BC1002 Global Health...

Psychology

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...BIOL UN3006 Physiology BIOL UN3022 Developmental Biology BIOL...psychology courses, including PSYC BC1001 Introduction to Psychology...

Neuroscience and Behavior

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...BIOL UN3006 Physiology BIOL UN3022 Developmental Biology BIOL...psychology courses, including PSYC BC1001 Introduction to Psychology...

Psychology

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...BIOL UN3006 Physiology BIOL UN3022 Developmental Biology BIOL...psychology courses, including PSYC BC1001 Introduction to Psychology...

Environmental Science

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...you could take EESC BC1001 Environmental Science I...General Chemistry I and BIOL BC1500 Introduction to...

BIOL BC1011 BIOL BC1001 Lab. 0 points.

Prerequisites: Course does not fulfill Biology major requirements or premedical requirements. Enrollment in laboratory limited to 16 students per section.

Exploration of the major discoveries and ideas that have revolutionized the way we view organisms and understand life. The basic concepts of cell biology, anatomy and physiology, genetics, evolution, and ecology will be traced from seminal discoveries to the modern era. The laboratory will develop these concepts and analyze biological diversity through a combined experimental and observational approach.

BIOL BC1001 Revolutionary Concepts in Biology. 4.5 points.

Prerequisites: Course does not fulfill Biology major requirements or premedical requirements. Enrollment in laboratory limited to 16 students per section.

Exploration of the major discoveries and ideas that have revolutionized the way we view organisms and understand life. The basic concepts of cell biology, anatomy and physiology, genetics, evolution, and ecology will be traced from seminal discoveries to the modern era. The laboratory will develop these concepts and analyze biological diversity through a combined experimental and observational approach.