Welcome to Integrative Biology 100 and 101
Integrative Biology 100 and 101 are general education courses designed to introduce you to the world of biology with which
you will probably interact. The courses include an in-depth focus on three contemporary issues in modern biology: the environment,
genetics and biotechnology, and evolution. You should learn the biological concepts that will help you make informed decisions
in the market place, the voting booth, your doctor's office, or a school board meeting.
Integrative Biology 100 includes a one-hour discussion section that meets once per week. 3 hours credit
Integrative Biology 101 includes a lab which meets for 3 hours once per week. 4 hours credit
Students in both courses attend the same lectures, take the same exams and share many of the same assignments.
Credit is not given for both Integrative Biology 100 and 101.
Life, 5th edition, by Ricki Lewis, Douglas Gaffin,
Marielle Hoefnagels, & Bruce Parker. McGraw
Online Learning Center - Resources for students
Last modified 11 Aug. 2004
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