Home / Introductory Biology: Populations, Ecosystems

 

Biological principles and philosophies and their application to structures, functions and relationships among plants and animals, and their relation to the everyday life of man. Life is interpreted as an integrative process which results in a dynamic whole. Concepts examined include unity and diversity in living things, interdependence of structure and function, dependence and interdependence of the organism with its environment, genetic continuity and change, biological basis of behavior and evolution. The course is a general education course designed for non-majors.

 

Course Information

  • Course Code: BIOL 1114
  • Course Delivery: On Campus
  • Course Duration: Class 3, Lab 2
  • Course Credits: 4
 
 
Top