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New One-Credit Courses
The Department of Biology is now offering a variety of 1-credit courses that are either for skill-building (i.e. Programming for Biologists, Advanced Microscopy, etc.) or a deep dive into an important sector of biology (i.e. Infectious Disease and Conflict). Open to both graduate students and undergraduates, these courses can complement other coursework and research efforts. Undergraduates may bundle three such courses together for a single course that counts towards the 38 required for graduation. We aim to offer a variety of these each semester, so look at the upcoming courses for offerings.
COURSES FOR NON-MAJORS - Fall 2017
COURSES FOR MAJORS - Fall 2017
BIOL-101 First-Year Seminar in Biology
BIOL-103 Foundations in Biology I
BIOL-113 Foundations in Biology I- Lab
BIOL-151 Biological Chemistry
BIOL-175 Mammalian Physiology
BIOL-203 Sem: Inquiry intro Foundation Bio
BIOL-261 Science/Society: Global Challenge
BIOL-267 Global Health History
BIOL-359 Dyn Proc Biological Physics
BIOL-365 Conservation Biology
BIOL-367 Population Genetics
BIOL-369 Cell Biology of Cancer
BIOL-371 Intro Virology & Viral Disease
BIOL-376 Developmental Neurobiology
BIOL-379 Genomics & Bioinformatics
BIOL-386 Exp Design & Analysis for Biol
BIOL-387 Genetic Conflict
BIOL-394 Genomics, Disability & Health
BIOL-401 Senior Seminar in Biology
BIOL-422 Modeling: Biological Populatns