BIOL-1215 General Biology II: Comparative Physiology and Ecology
An introductory majors course designed to provide a thorough understanding of the diversity of life on earth, including an introduction to the major life forms and comparative plant and animal physiology and systems. Students will also gain understanding in ecosystems, population and community ecology. Students will continue learning fundamental laboratory skills needed for success in future biology and chemistry courses. Lecture - 3 hours; Laboratory - 3 hours. This course in normally offered in the spring semester.