Biology

Barnard College

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...the fall, BIOL BC1002 Global Health and Ecology includes a laboratory component, while BIOL BC1001...

BIOL BC1012 BIOL BC1002 Lab. 0 points.

Prerequisites: BIOL BC1002 Global Health Ecology is a co-requisite. This lab course does not fulfill biology major nor pre-health requirements. Enrollment in each lab section is limited to 16 students per section. Students must attend the first lab to hold their place.

Fundamentals of human physiology and microbiology are explored in the context of major global health issues. Principles of ecology are outlined, with an emphasis on the bidirectional impact of the interactions of humans with the global environment. Lab exercises introduce biological techniques for studying these topics.

Fall 2019: BIOL BC1012
Course Number Section/Call Number Times/Location Instructor Points Enrollment
BIOL 1012 001/07291 M 1:10pm - 4:00pm
907 Altschul Hall
Diana Heller, Henry Truong 0 9/16
BIOL 1012 002/07292 T 1:10pm - 4:00pm
907 Altschul Hall
Diana Heller, Henry Truong 0 15/16
BIOL 1012 003/07293 F 10:00am - 12:50pm
907 Altschul Hall
Diana Heller, Henry Truong 0 10/16

BIOL BC1002 Global Health and Ecology. 4.5 points.

Prerequisites: BIOL BC1012 lab enrollment is required. This lecture lab course does not fulfill biology major nor pre-health requirements, but is recommended for prospective biology majors who lack a high-school level background in biology. For students fulfilling a Nine Ways of Knowing lab science requirement, this course may be taken with AP/IB credit OR with BIOL BC1502 BIOL BC1503 in the spring. Students fulfilling a Foundations requirement may take BIOL BC1002/BIOL BC1012 as a one-semester course in addition to another science lecture, such as BIOL BC1001 Revolutionary Concepts in Biology, to fulfill the lab science requirement.

What disease is the number one killer worldwide? What will be the next pandemic? Fundamentals of human physiology and microbiology are explored in the context of major global health issues. Principles of ecology are outlined, with an emphasis on the bidirectional impact of the interactions of humans with the global environment. Lab exercises introduce biological techniques for studying these topics. Enrollment in BIOL BC1012 (BC1002 lab) is required, and limited to 16 students per section.

Fall 2019: BIOL BC1002
Course Number Section/Call Number Times/Location Instructor Points Enrollment
BIOL 1002 001/07289 T Th 10:10am - 11:25am
805 Altschul Hall
Diana Heller 4.5 34