Biology 211/Majors Cellular Biology: Examines the cell as the basic unit of life. Topics covered include: the function
of cell organelles, metabolic processes, cell division signaling, the genetics of
individuals and populations. For life science majors and allied health students. Laboratory
class. Previously BIOSC 201. Prerequisite: CHEM& 121 with 2.0 or better. ENGL& 101
recommended. Student option grading.
Biology 212/Majors Animal Biology: A survey of animals involving a study of the identification structure and function.
Evolution, embryology, and ecology of the kingdom is included. The emphasis is on
the phylogenetic relationships among animals and the ecological relationships within
the kingdom. Laboratory class. Previously BIOSC 202. Prerequisites: BIOL& 211. Student
Biology 213/Majors Plant Biology: Survey of major taxonomic groups Fungi, Protista and Plantae. Study of morphology,
physiology and reproductive patterns and evolutionary relationships. Origins of life,
development of ecosystems, succession and features of the major terrestrial biomes.
Laboratory class. Previously BIOSC 203. Prerequisite: Minimum of 2.0 in BIOL& 211,
or permission. Student option grading.
Anatomy and Physiology Track
Biology 231/Human Anatomy: Understanding the structure of the human body through the study of the various body
systems. Intensive laboratory dissection and lectures are utilized. Laboratory class.
Previously BIOSC 210. Prerequisite: BIOL& 211 w/2.0 or higher. Student option grading.
Biology 232/Human Physiology: A systems approach to the study of the functions of the human body. Includes the
nervous, muscular, circulatory, endocrine, respiratory, digestive and urogenital systems.
Laboratory class. Previously BIOSC 211. Prerequisite: BIOL& 211 and BIOL& 231 or permission.
Biology 260/Microbiology: Survey of microorganisms with focus on healthcare applications. Structure, classification,
metabolism and genetics of bacteria and viruses are main themes. Emphasis on disease
process, microbial control and immunology. Laboratory techniques include isolation
and identification of bacteria. Previously BIOSC 215. Prerequisites: BIOL& 211 with
minimum 2.0. Student option grading.