Course Descriptions & Current Offerings

Course Descriptions 

Current Offerings in Summer 2020

  • BIOL 2500 - Biology & Society (Summer Semester I)
    • This course is designed to increase biological literacy by exposing students to the biology behind the commonly reported topics in the media including: Antibiotic resistance, stem cell therapy, cloning, cancer treatments, genetically modified foods, gene therapy, mad cow disease, in vitro fertilization, SARS, E. coli 0517, trans fats, steroids, mercury poisoning, vaccinations, the obesity trend and so on. After completing this course, students should be able to make better informed decisions about the biology that impacts their daily lives whether they are in the supermarket or their doctor’s office. Prerequisites: Minimum 30.0 Credit Hours or 2nd Year Standing
    • Please note this course will be delivered online for Summer 2020