BIOL 1001H: Introductory Biology I: Evolutionary and Ecological Perspectives

4 CreditsHonorsBiological Sciences

A one-semester exploration of the genetic, evolutionary, and ecological processes that govern biological diversity from populations to ecosystems. We explore how these processes influence human evolution, health, population growth, and conservation. We also consider how the scientific method informs our understanding of biological processes. Lab. This course is oriented towards non-majors and does not fulfill prerequisites for allied health grad programs.

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