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Life Science Core Courses
Students must satisfactorily complete at least six
(6) credit hours of approved coursework in the Natural sciences with at least one course
taken from each category of Physical Sciences and Life Sciences.
Students can expect that a course in the Life
- Be an introductory course which presents (or
has as a prerequisite a
college course that presents) the fundamentals of biological science,
including genetics/speciation/evolution, growth/differentiation,
metabolism/bio-energetics and ecology/ethology.
- Emphasize scientific methodology by involving
the student in making observations, evaluating data, and solving
The course may be required for majors in the life sciences or a course
designed for non-specialists; Courses should engage students with the
relationship of life science to human and environmental issues, with
courses for non-science majors including a greater focus on evaluating
and using scientific evidence for decision making.
||Biology for Life
||The Biology of Humans
||Anatomy and Physiology I for Health Professionals
||Anatomy and Physiology II for Health Professionals
||Women, Environment & Gender