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BIOL 101 - General Human Biology
Introductory biology course intended for non-science majors. Current biological principles are stressed, using the human as the primary organism of study. Topics include scientific literacy, cell and molecular biology, human structure and function, human genetics and heredity, diseases of the human, human development, evolution and ecology.
L1 904L
Upon successful completion of this course, the student shall be able to demonstrate the following skills: A. Demonstrate scientific literacy, develop skills related to scientific process, and draw conclusions based on evidence B. Describe the structure and function of cells C. Describe the levels of complexity and organization of the human D. Discuss structure and function of the human E. Describe human reproduction and development F. Explain the principles of human genetics G. Relate the contributions of life science to society H. Describe human population growth and its environmental impact I. Describe selected human diseases, their transmission and their impacts on society J. Explain principles of evolution
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