You should live in this community if you are a declared biology, chemistry, biochemistry, or biotechnology major.
Exclusively for students majoring in Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry & Biotechnology, this community provides outstanding opportunities to learn and participate in hands-on labs with fellow students and faculty which will build a solid foundation for pursuing a science or health-related career.
BIOL 116 Organismal BiologyMajor Requirement (4 credits)This course will address biological diversity, primarily in plants and animals. Organismal diversity will be presented within an evolutionary context. Relationships between form and function as well as relationships of organisms to their environments will be addressed. Lab included.
BIOL 115 lab Organismal Biology LabMajor Requirement
BIOL 100 Issues in Human BiologyGeneral Education Requirement (3 credits) & LASC Goal Area 2: Critical ThinkingHuman biology is a wide field that includes human physiology, genetics, medical studies and how humans impact the environment. We are bombarded with information about everything from green tea to intelligent design. Our students will be the scientific resources for their families and peer groups; they need to know how to wade through non-science to get to the facts. This course uses data and "news" to teach students how to properly sift through all this material and logically draw conclusions based on fact. MnTC Goal 2.
This community is historically located in East Snarr.