BIOL 1003: Evolution and Biology of Sex

4 CreditsBiological Sciences

This course is designed as a one-semester exploration of biology from the standpoint of the evolution and biology of sex. It emphasizes scientific processes, evolution, sexual behavior, reproductive biology, and diversity with respect to sexual orientation, reproductive strategies, and gender identity. Lab activities complement these topics. This course does not fulfill prerequisites for allied health grad programs.

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B+ Average (3.205)Most Common: A (27%)

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