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BIOL 1004
PRIN ENVIRONMENTAL SCI

Cross-listed: PHSC 1004 Offered: On demand This course is designed to bring the student to a basic but informed awareness of and responsible behavior toward our environment and the role of the human race therein. The content will include a study of the philosophical and scientific basis for the study of ecosystems and the environment, the nature of ecosystems, the techniques used to study the environment, the origin and development of current environmental problems, the interdisciplinary nature of environmental studies, the processes of critical thinking and problem solving, and the moral and ethical implications of environmentally-mandated decisions. Lecture three hours, laboratory three hours. $20 laboratory fee.


BIOL 1011
ORIENTATION TO BIOL SCI

This course orients entering students to the biological sciences. Topics examined in this course include an overview of the Tech Department of Biological Sciences and careers in biology, managing a biology curriculum (registration procedures, student responsibilities, and study skills), requirements for professional schools and graduate education, and undergraduate research opportunities.


BIOL 1014
INTRO/BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE

An introduction to the major concepts of biological science, with an emphasis on the development of this scientific perspective and how it applies to humans. Note: Duplicate credit for BIOL 1014 and BIOL 1114 will not be allowed. May not be taken for credit after completion of BIOL 1114, 2124, or 2134. Lecture three hours. Laboratory two hours. $10 laboratory fee.


BIOL 1114
PRINCIPLES/BIOLOGY

Prerequisites: scores of 19 or higher on the reading, science reasoning and mathematics portions of the enhanced ACT or completion of MATH 0903 with a grade of C or higher, or a grade of C or higher in a science course. An in depth study of biological principles and the interrelationships of biology with other sciences. Topics included are: cellular structure, intermediary metabolism and differentiation, population genetics, ecology, and evolution. Note: Duplicate credit for BIOL 1014 and BIOL 1114 will not be allowed. Lecture three hours, laboratory two hours. $10 laboratory fee.


BIOL 2004
BASIC HUMAN ANAT/PHYSIOL

Prerequisite: A grade of C or higher in a science course or approval of the instructor. This course is intended for students who have a need for basic studies in functional aspects of the organ systems of the human body. Note: This course may not be taken for credit after completion of BIOL 2014, 3074, or equivalent. Lecture three hours, laboratory two hours. $10 laboratory fee.


BIOL 2014
HUMAN ANATOMY

Prerequisite: A grade of C or higher in a science course or approval of the instructor. This is an introductory course in human anatomy which should be useful to students in the biological and health oriented fields. The course is designed to present an introduction to the unified concepts and data that contribute to a basic understanding of the structure of the human body. The course will include familiarization with essential technical vocabulary; reference to general functions of organs and organ systems; and brief encounters with histology, embryology, and comparative anatomy. Lecture three hours, laboratory two hours. $10 laboratory fee.


BIOL 2022
MED LAB ORIEN/INST,LAB

Offered: Fall Prerequisites: A grade of "C" or higher in BIOL 1114 or BIOL 2124. Enrollment is limited to students enrolled in BIOL 2023. Topics covered will include laboratory orientation, laboratory procedures/ techniques, introduction to clinical laboratory instrumentation (both manual and automated), quality control principles, and care of equipment. Laboratory four hours per week. $10 laboratory fee.


BIOL 2023
MED LAB ORIENT/INSTRUM

Offered: Fall Prerequisites: Enrollment is limited to medical assistant and/or medical technology majors who have completed at least BIOL 1114 or BIOL 2124 (AHS 2013 recommended) with a grade of "C" or higher and are in the final year of their program at Tech. This course is concerned with both the theoretical and practical application of a wide range of clinical duties performed by the medical assistant and medical technologist. Topics covered will include hematology, urinalysis, hematostatic processes, body chemistry, microbiology, and blood typing.


BIOL 2111
ENVIRONMENTAL SEMINAR

Cross-listed: CHEM 2111, GEOL 2111 Offered: Spring A seminar for students pursuing the environmental option of biology, chemistry, or geology and other students interested in environmental sciences.


BIOL 2124
PRINCIPLES/ZOOLOGY

Prerequisites: Scores of 19 or higher on the reading and science reasoning portions of the enhanced ACT; or BIOL 1014 or BIOL 1114; or approval of the instructor. A survey of the major animal phyla: morphology, physiology, and natural history. Lecture three hours, laboratory two hours. $10 laboratory fee.


BIOL 2134
PRINCIPLES OF BOTANY

Prerequisites: Scores of 19 or higher on the reading and science reasoning portions of the enhanced ACT; or BIOL 1014 or BIOL 1114; or approval of the instructor. Introduction to the structure, function, classification, and importance of nonvascular and vascular plants. Lecture three hours, laboratory two hours. $10 laboratory fee.


BIOL 2144
HONORS ZOOLOGY

Prerequisite: Admission to the Tech Honors Program or permission of the instructor. An honors course which includes a survey of the major animal phyla: morphology, physiology, and natural history. The presentation will foster rational inquiry, critical thinking, and analytical skills in general and specifically toward discussions of evolution and associated implications for world views. Note: Duplicate credit for BIOL 2124 and 2144 will not be allowed. Lecture 3 hours, lab 2 hours.


BIOL 2881
SPECIAL TOPICS IN BIOLOGY

Offered: On demand Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor. This course offers specialized instruction in an area of biological sciences that is not otherwise covered in the curriculum. The focus of the course will vary from offering to offering, thus the course may be taken more than once. Note: BIOL 2884 includes a $20 lab fee.


BIOL 2882
SPECIAL TOPICS IN BIOLOGY

Offered: On demand Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor. This course offers specialized instruction in an area of biological sciences that is not otherwise covered in the curriculum. The focus of the course will vary from offering to offering, thus the course may be taken more than once. Note: BIOL 2884 includes a $10 lab fee.


BIOL 2883
SPECIAL TOPICS IN BIOLOGY

Offered: On demand Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor. This course offers specialized instruction in an area of biological sciences that is not otherwise covered in the curriculum. The focus of the course will vary from offering to offering, thus the course may be taken more than once. Note: BIOL 2884 includes a $10 lab fee.


BIOL 2884
SPECIAL TOPICS IN BIOLOGY

Offered: On demand Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor. This course offers specialized instruction in an area of biological sciences that is not otherwise covered in the curriculum. The focus of the course will vary from offering to offering, thus the course may be taken more than once. Note: BIOL 2884 includes a $10 lab fee.


BIOL 3004
PLANT TAXONOMY

Offered: Spring Prerequisites: BIOL 1114 and 2134 or permission of instructor. An overview of the major principles of classification, identification, naming, and collection of representatives of vascular plants. Lecture two hours, laboratory four hours. $20 laboratory fee.


BIOL 3014
COMPARATIVE ANATOMY

Offered: On demand Prerequisite: BIOL 2124. A comparative study of the vertebrate classes in terms of their organ systems. An emphasis is placed on evolution from aquatic to terrestrial forms and significant phylogenetic trends. Lecture two hours, laboratory four hours. $10 laboratory fee.


BIOL 3024
EMBRYOLOGY

Offered: On demand Prerequisite: BIOL 2124. A comparative study of the development of the frog, pig, and chick, and an introduction to human embryology. Lecture two hours, laboratory four hours. $10 laboratory fee.


BIOL 3034
GENETICS

Prerequisites: BIOL 1114 (or equivalent) with a grade of "B" or higher, MATH 1113 (or higher) and two semesters of chemistry. Introduction to and discussion of the principles of Mendelian, molecular and population genetics with a strong emphasis on problem solving. Laboratory exercises will involve hands-on experience with microbes, plants, animals and fungi using traditional and molecular techniques. Lecture three hours, laboratory two hours. $10 laboratory fee.


BIOL 3043
CONSERVATION

Offered: On demand Prerequisites: BIOL/CHEM/GEOL 2111. A study of natural resources, their utilization in a technical society, and factors leading to their depletion.


BIOL 3054
MICROBIOLOGY

Prerequisites: One semester of chemistry and one semester of biology. An introduction to the microbial world with an emphasis on prokaryotes. Identification of bacteria based on staining, immunologic reactions, morphology and physiology. Symbionts and pathogens of human and domestic animals. Principles of control using chemical and physical agents. An overview of virology and immunology. Lecture three hours, laboratory two hours. $10 laboratory fee.


BIOL 3064
PARASITOLOGY

Offered: On demand Prerequisite: BIOL 2124 A survey of parasitism in the various phyla. Special emphasis is given to parasites that affect humans. Lecture two hours, laboratory four hours. $10 laboratory fee.


BIOL 3074
HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY

Prerequisites: C grade or better in BIOL 2014 and CHEM 1114 or CHEM 2124. An introduction to the function of vertebrate body systems, i.e., muscle action, digestion, circulation, nervous control, endocrine, metabolism and respiration, with special emphasis on the human body. Lecture three hours, laboratory two hours. $10 laboratory fee.


BIOL 3084
ICHTHYOLOGY

Cross-listed: FW 3084 Offered: Fall Prerequisite: BIOL 2124 Systematics, collection, identification, natural history, and importance of fishes. Lecture two hours, laboratory four hours. $20 laboratory fee.


BIOL 3094
ENTOMOLOGY

On demand. Prerequisite: BIOL 2124. Introduction to the world of insects: morphological and physiological adaptations, classification, methods and collecting and preserving common insects. Lecture two hours, laboratory four hours. $20 laboratory fee.


BIOL 3111
ENVIRONMENTAL SEMINAR

Cross-listed: CHEM 3111, GEOL 3111 Offered: Spring A seminar for students pursuing the environmental option of biology, chemistry, or geology and other students interested in environmental sciences.


BIOL 3114
PRINCIPLES OF ECOLOGY

Cross-listed: FW 3114 Prerequisites: BIOL 2124, 2134, and one semester of chemistry. Responses of organisms to environmental variables, bioenergetics, population dynamics, community interactions, ecosystem structure and function, and major biogeographical patterns. Lecture two hours, laboratory four hours. $20 laboratory fee.


BIOL 3124
GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY

Offered: Fall Prerequisites: BIOL 1114, 2124, 2134, and two semesters of chemistry. An in depth study of basic physiology employing examples of both plants and animals. Lecture three hours, laboratory two hours. $10 laboratory fee.


BIOL 3134
INVERTEBRATE ZOOLOGY

Offered: Spring Prerequisites: BIOL 1114, 2124, 2134, and two semesters of chemistry. Morphology, physiology, natural history and taxonomy of major invertebrate phyla. Laboratory maintenance and preservation techniques. Lecture two hours, laboratory four hours. $20 laboratory fee.


BIOL 3144
ORNITHOLOGY

Cross-listed: FW 3144 Offered: Spring Prerequisite: BIOL 2124 An introduction to the biology of birds. The course covers aspects of anatomy, physiology, behavior, natural history, evolution, and conservation of birds. Laboratories address field identification and natural history of the birds of Arkansas. Note: Students will be expected to participate in an extended 5-7 day field trip. Lecture two hours, laboratory four hours. $20 laboratory fee.


BIOL 3154
MAMMALOGY

Cross-listed: FW 3154 Offered: Fall Prerequisite: BIOL 2124 Taxonomy, identification, ecology, and study natural history of the mammals. Lecture three hours, laboratory two hours. $20 laboratory fee.


BIOL 3163
BIODIVERSITY/CONSERV BIO

Fall of even years. Prerequisites: FW(BIOL) 3114 and one of the following: BIOL 3004, FW(BIOL) 3084, BIOL 3094, BIOL 3134, FW(BIOL) 3144, FW(BIOL) 3154, BIOL(FW) 3224, BIOL 4044, or permission of instructor. The concepts of, processes that produce, and factors that threaten biological diversity are introduced and examined. Further emphasis is placed on unique problems associated with small population size, management of endangered species, and practical applications of conservation biology. Lecture three hours


BIOL 3174
PHYSIOLOGICAL ECOLOGY

Prerequisites: BIOL 1114, 2124, 2134 and two semesters of chemistry. An in-depth study of plant and animal adaptations and responses to different environmental conditions. Comparative physiology of major systems, mechanisms of adaptation and adaptations to challenging habitats will be studied. $10 laboratory fee.


BIOL 3184
ANIMAL BEHAVIOR

Cross-listed: PSY 3184 Offered: Spring of even years Prerequisites: sophomore standing in biology or psychology, or approval of instructor. An introductory course in animal behavior covering behavioral responses in primitive and advanced animals exposed to a wide range of environmental and social conditions. Laboratory exercises will include field as well as in-lab exercises and will focus on observational techniques and analyses of behavioral patterns in vertebrates and invertebrates. Lecture three hours, laboratory two hours. $20 laboratory fee.


BIOL 3213
SCI EDUC IN ELEM SCHOOL

Cross-listed: PHSC 3213 Prerequisites: Junior standing, ECED 2001, ECED 2002, and at least six credit hours in science. An overview of the most recent and research-based strategies and techniques for planning, teaching, and assessing elementary science. Inquiry-based methods and other constructivist approaches as described in the National Science Education Standards will be emphasized. Design and execution of learning activities for an elementary school setting are required. Note: To enroll in an internet section (TC1 or AT1) of this course, one of these prerequisite courses is required: COMS 1003, EDMD 3013, or equivalent. Lecture two hours, laboratory two hours; three credit hours. $10 laboratory fee.


BIOL 3223
SCI ED MIDDLE LEVEL

Cross-listed: PHSC 3223 Offered: Spring Prerequisites: 16 hours in science and MLED 2001. This course is designed to provide pre-service teachers with an integrated approach to the teaching of science in the middle grades. Theoretical and practical aspects of teaching science will be explored and students will develop curricular materials based on their explorations. Lecture two hours, laboratory 2 hours. $10 laboratory fee.


BIOL 3224
HERPETOLOGY

Cross-listed: FW 3224 Offered: Spring of odd years Prerequisite: BIOL 2124 The phylogeny, classification, physiology, behavior, and distribution of reptiles and amphibians. The Laboratory will stress identification of the species found in Arkansas. Lecture two hours, laboratory four hours. $20 laboratory fee.


BIOL 3233
SCI EDUC IN SEC SCHOOL

Cross-listed: PHSC 3233 Offered: Fall Prerequisites: 16 hours in biology or 16 hours in physical science and SEED 2002. This course will examine the issues of nature and history of science, developing lessons and assessments, and science education standards for the prospective secondary school teacher. Curriculum development, including assessment and planning skills, utilizing various instructional media and inquiry methodology are emphasized. Design and execution of learning activities for a secondary school setting are required. Lecture two hours and lab two hours. $10 laboratory fee.


BIOL 3252
NATURE/CONTEXT OF SCI

Cross-listed: PHSC 3252 Offered: On demand Prerequisite: At least 12 hours of science courses. This seminar course examines science from a holistic perspective. It will concentrate on examining how current science develops scientific knowledge including unifying concepts across scientific disciplines, the place of science within modern society, technology and its role in science and society, and current scientific methodology.


BIOL 3803
APPL PATHOPHYSIOLOGY

Cross-listed: NUR 3803 Prerequisites: grade of C or better in BIOL 2014 and BIOL 3074. This course focuses on the mechanisms and concepts of selected pathological disturbances in the human body. Emphasis is placed on how the specific pathological condition effects the functioning of the system involved, as well as its impact on all other body systems.


BIOL 4003
HIST/PHIL SCIENCE

Cross-listed: PHSC 4003 Offered: On demand Prerequisite: a Sophomore-level science course (or higher). A course in the historical development and philosophical basis of modern science. Note: BIOL (PHSC) 5003 may not be taken for credit after completion of this course.


BIOL 4013
MULTICULTURAL SCIENCE ED

On demand. Prerequisites: Junior standing or admission to teacher education program. A course designed to familiarize prospective teachers with the materials, methods, and procedures to meet the needs of culturally diverse learners in the science classroom. This course includes the discussion of equity issues, the limitations of Eurocentric and androcentric science world views, how culturally diverse students learn science, instructional strategies, technology, and alternative assessment. Lecture three hours for three credit hours.


BIOL 4014
ENDOCRINOLOGY

Offered: Spring of odd years Prerequisites: BIOL 1114, 2124 and one semester of chemistry. An in-depth study of the endocrine systems of animals with emphasis on vertebrates. Histology and embryology of endocrine organs or cell groups, mechanisms of stimulation, response, and actions plus comparative aspects of similar organs in different animal groups will be studied. Lecture 3 hours, laboratory two hours. $20 laboratory fee.


BIOL 4023
IMMUNOLOGY

Prerequisites: Four hours each in biology and chemistry and/or consent of instructor. An overview of the human immune system, including cellular and humoral defense mechanisms, immunity to infection, hypersensitivity, transplant rejection, and tumor destruction. Immune deficiency and autoimmune diseases. Antibody structure and the use of antibodies in medicine and research.


BIOL 4024
LIMNOLOGY

Cross-listed: FW 4024 Offered: Spring Prerequisite: BIOL(FW) 3114. A study of physical and chemical processes in fresh water and their effects on organisms in lakes and streams. Laboratory sessions and field trips demonstrate limnological instrumentation and methodology. Lecture two hours, laboratory four hours. $20 laboratory fee.


BIOL 4033
CELL BIOLOGY

Offered: Fall Prerequisites: BIOL 1114, 2124 or 2134 plus four additional hours of biology and one course from BIOL 3034, 3054, 4023 or CHEM 3343; eight hours of chemistry. The primary goal of this course is to introduce the basic cell structures and the molecular mechanisms whereby the cell functions through the directed application of energy and processing of information. Topics include methods of cell study, cellular organelles and their ultrastructures, membrane structure and function, cell differentiation, and reproduction.


BIOL 4044
DENDROLOGY

Offered: Fall Prerequisites: BIOL 1114 and 2134. A study of woody plants with emphasis on field recognition throughout the year. Lecture two hours, laboratory four hours. $20 laboratory fee.


BIOL 4054
VERTEBRATE HISTOLOGY

Offered: Spring of even years Prerequisites: BIOL 1114, 2124 and an additional four hours in biology. A study of functional/structural relationship of cells, tissues, and organs. Exercises in the preparation and observation of tissues and development of general principles of micro techniques. Lecture two hours, laboratory four hours. $10 laboratory fee.


BIOL 4064
EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY

Offered: Spring of even years Prerequisites: BIOL 3034 or permission of instructor. This course focuses upon the principles and major concepts in evolutionary biology from a historical and contemporary viewpoint. Morphological and molecular evolution, population genetics, systematics, the fossil record, a history of life on earth, macroevolution, and adaptation are among the topics examined in this course. Lecture 3 hours, lab 3 hours. $10 laboratory fee.


BIOL 4074
MOLECULAR GENETICS

Offered: Spring of odd years Prerequisite: BIOL 3034 This course continues the material introduced in Genetics (BIOL 3034) with a focus upon the major concepts and techniques in contemporary molecular genetics. Current viewpoints of the gene, gene regulation, developmental genetics, recombinant DNA technology, genomics, proteonomics, and molecular evolution are among the topics examined in the course. Lecture 3 hours, laboratory 3 hours. $10 laboratory fee.


BIOL 4083
CANCER BIOLOGY

Prerequisite: BIOL 3034 An in-depth study of major areas and topics in cancer biology, including etiology and epidemiology of cancer, impact of the human genome mapping project, molecular genetics and cell biology of cancer, cancer modeling and clinical aspects of human cancer.


BIOL 4094
COASTAL ECOLOGY

Offered: May Mini-Term Prerequisites: BIOL 2124 and BIOL 2134 and one semester of chemistry. A focused study of coastal ecology, as represented by the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Coastal plants, animals, their interactions, and relationship to the physical environment are explored. Note: The course includes a required field trip to the Gulf Coast. Investigations are conducted in the marshes, bays, estuaries, bogs, and barrier island systems. Students bear the cost of food and a nominal housing fee. $20 laboratory fee.


BIOL 4111
ENVIRONMENTAL SEMINAR

Cross-listed: CHEM 4111, GEOL 4111 Offered: Spring A seminar for students pursuing the environmental option of biology, chemistry, or geology and other students interested in environmental sciences.


BIOL 4112
BIOLOGY INTERNSHIP

Prerequisites: Junior or senior standing and consent of internship program director. A supervised, practical experience providing BIOL majors with a hands-on, professional experience related to their career interests. The course will allow students to gain experience in an occupational environment. Students will be placed in positions under the direction of the internship program director and work supervisor. The program will emphasize application of classroom knowledge to career goals. Approximately 200 clock hours, a proposal, a log book or journal, a summary letter from the employment supervisor, and a written report are required. Note: A maximum of four credit hours is allowed for BIOL internship.


BIOL 4114
BIOLOGY INTERNSHIP

Prerequisites: Junior or senior standing and consent of internship program director. A supervised, practical experience providing BIOL majors with a hands-on, professional experience related to their career interests. The course will allow students to gain experience in an occupational environment. Students will be placed in positions under the direction of the internship program director and work supervisor. The program will emphasize application of classroom knowledge to career goals. Approximately 400 clock hours, a proposal, a log book or journal, a summary letter from the employment supervisor, and a written report are required. Note: A maximum of four credit hours is allowed for BIOL internship.


BIOL 4701
SPECIAL METHODS/BIOL

Prerequisites: Admission to student teaching phase of the teacher education program and concurrent enrollment in SEED 4909. Intensive on campus exploration of the principles of curriculum construction, teaching methods, use of community resources, and evaluation as related to teaching biology.


BIOL 4881
ADVANCED TOPICS BIOLOGY

Offered: On demand Prerequisites: an upper level science course and consent of the instructor. This course offers advanced instruction in an area of biological sciences that is not otherwise covered in the curriculum. The focus of the course will vary from offering to offering, thus the course may be taken more than once. Offered on demand. $10 laboratory fee.


BIOL 4882
ADVANCED TOPICS BIOLOGY

Offered: On demand Prerequisites: an upper level science course and consent of the instructor. This course offers advanced instruction in an area of biological sciences that is not otherwise covered in the curriculum. The focus of the course will vary from offering to offering, thus the course may be taken more than once. Offered on demand. $10 laboratory fee.


BIOL 4883
ADVANCED TOPICS BIOLOGY

Offered: On demand Prerequisites: an upper level science course and consent of the instructor. This course offers advanced instruction in an area of biological sciences that is not otherwise covered in the curriculum. The focus of the course will vary from offering to offering, thus the course may be taken more than once. Offered on demand. $10 laboratory fee.


BIOL 4884
ADVANCED TOPICS BIOLOGY

Offered: On demand Prerequisites: an upper level science course and consent of the instructor. This course offers advanced instruction in an area of biological sciences that is not otherwise covered in the curriculum. The focus of the course will vary from offering to offering, thus the course may be taken more than once. Offered on demand. $10 laboratory fee.


BIOL 4891
SEMINAR IN BIOLOGY:

Prerequisite: An upper level biology course and senior standing. Designed to integrate all aspects of biology by covering current topics in many fields of biology and to acquaint the student with fields of biology not covered in the general curriculum.


BIOL 4951
UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH

Offered: On demand Prerequisite: Departmental approval Advanced students carry out independent research activity relating to a significant problem in a major field of study. Supervised by faculty member. Formal report and presentation required. One to four credits depending on problem selected and effort made.


BIOL 4952
UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH

Offered: On demand Prerequisites: Departmental approval Advanced students carry out independent research activity relating to a significant problem in a major field of study. Supervised by faculty member. Formal report and presentation required. One to four credits depending on problem selected and effort made.


BIOL 4953
UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH

Offered: On demand Prerequisites: Departmental approval Advanced students carry out independent research activity relating to a significant problem in a major field of study. Supervised by faculty member. Formal report and presentation required. One to four credits depending on problem selected and effort made.


BIOL 4954
UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH

Offered: On demand Prerequisites: Departmental approval Advanced students carry out independent research activity relating to a significant problem in a major field of study. Supervised by faculty member. Formal report and presentation required. One to four credits depending on problem selected and effort made.


BIOL 5003
HIST/PHIL OF SCIENCE

A course in the historical development and philosophical basis of modern science. Note: May not be taken for credit after completion of BIOL (PHSC) 4003 or equivalent.


BIOL 6014
CONCEPTS OF BIOL SCI

The general concepts, theories, and laws which are fundamental to a synthesis of modern biological knowledge. Emphasis will be placed on those areas which are particularly pertinent to and have application in the teaching of science in secondary schools. $5 laboratory fee.


BIOL 6023
CONSERVATION WORKSHOP

Offered: First summer term A workshop for teachers of secondary science. Topics to be covered include the natural resources, their use and conservation, mans interaction with the environment, and the limiting factors affecting man. Workshop includes both lecture and field experience. Special project will be the development of a conservation project which will have application in the teacher's home environment.


BIOL 6813
SCI/TECH/HUMAN VALUES

Prerequisite: Bachelor's degree in one of the biological sciences. Note: Those lacking such degree should enroll in LA 6813. An interdisciplinary introduction to the role of science and technology in shaping world views and addressing societal problems. Team taught by scientists and humanists.


BIOL 6881
WORKSHOP

Prerequisite: Permission of instructor The workshop will require the equivalency of fifteen clock hours of instruction per credit hour.


BIOL 6882
WORKSHOP

Prerequisite: Permission of instructor The workshop will require the equivalency of fifteen clock hours of instruction per credit hour.


BIOL 6883
WORKSHOP

Prerequisite: Permission of instructor The workshop will require the equivalency of fifteen clock hours of instruction per credit hour.


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