BIOL 101 - Topics in Organismal Biology
This course introduces students to the complexities of biodiversity, from the ecosystem to the genetic level. By examining the factors affecting the structure and function of terrestrial, marine, and freshwater communities students learn about the diversity of organisms in these systems. Students gain an appreciation for the roles of evolutionary and ecological history, as well as modern ecological interactions, in shaping biodiversity across the globe. This course also exposes students to the many ways that human activities affect biodiversity.
Major/Minor Restrictions: None
Class Restriction: None
Recommended: First-year students and non-science majors. May be beneficial for entering students who do not have extensive biology background in preparation for enrollment in the foundation courses (BIOL 181 and BIOL 182 ). Not intended for students who have completed a biology foundation course.
Area of Inquiry: Natural Sciences & Mathematics
Liberal Arts CORE: None
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