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BIOL 203. Integrated Concepts in Biology Fall. 1 Credit.

Offered Fall Semester Only; Lecture hours:3,Other:5; May require dissection or live animal experimentation
An overview of the core concepts in biology using an interdisciplinary approach that highlights connections across the diverse fields of molecular, physiological, ecological, and evolutionary biology. Complements BIOL 204. Typically third core course for Biology majors. Not open to first-year students.

Biology (BIOL)
Biology is the natural science that concerns itself with study of the living world. The faculty of the biology department approaches the principles of the science from the unifying perspective of the theory of evolution. Emphases include the theory and practice of how scientific investigations are conducted as well as the more practical applications of biology.