4.00 credits

(4,3,0) hrs

15 wks

The objective of this course is to complete the survey of biological concepts begun in Biology 106 & 107 and Biology 110. Biodiversity of living forms and their evolutionary relationships, classification schemes, an introduction to the structure, function and evolution of representative systems in plants and animals, evolution of populations, speciation and extinction, ecology and biogeography are the subject areas emphasized. These topics, along with those previously covered in the prerequisite courses, will provide the background needed for students who plan to major in Biology or related disciplines

Prerequisites

BIOL 106 and 107 or BIOL 110

Course Notes

BIOL 111 is an approved Science course.

BIOL 111 is an approved Lab Science course.