COURSES TAUGHT
 
  • General Biology for Majors - BLY 121
  • General Biology for Majors - BLY 122
  • Conservation Biology – BLY 490

Conservation Biology - BLY 490:
Conservation Biology 490 is an introduction to the philosophical,  ethical, and biological foundations of conservation biology.  Course material will cover conservation biology on all levels from genetic to ecosystems. Emphasis will be placed on the fundamentals of conservation and the practical application of this discipline.  Biology 121 & 122 are prerequisites for this course.

General Biology for Majors - BLY 121
Biology 121 is the first in a two-semester series of an introduction to biological principles. It is designed to meet the needs of students majoring in biology and/or other scientific disciplines (e.g., medical professionals, engineers, educators, etc.). Emphasis will be placed on the fundamentals of living systems, including the molecular constituents of cells, cell structure, metabolism, genetics, evolution and aspects of classification.

General Biology for Majors - BLY 122
Biology 122 is the second in a two-semester series of an introduction to biological principles. It is designed to meet the needs of students majoring in biology and/or other scientific disciplines (e.g., medical professionals, engineers, educators, etc.). Emphasis will be placed on the diversity of life in form and function, including an overview of the biological Kingdoms with a detailed examination of plant and animal physiology.

 
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