Course Description

BIOL.1115 - Human Biology (3)
Covers some of the fundamental topics in biology, emphasizing the human. Students will explore the structure and function of healthy human body systems and investigate numerous abnormalities and disease states. Additional topics will include human development, aging, human genetics, DNA technology, genetic engineering, biotechnology, and ecological interactions. Prerequisite: STSK 0090 or evidence of college level reading ability through assessment test or prior college coursework.

Course Outline - Human Biology [pdf]

Minnesota Transfer Curriculum Goal Area(s): 03

Course Availability

CRS ID SEC ENR WL MAX TIMES DAYS DATES LOCATION INSTRUCTOR
000871 81 43 0 48 12pm~12:50pm M W 8/24/15~12/18/15 MAIN53-126A Travis Ling
  Notes: Students must attend lab portion of the course in Pipestone.
000750 81 43 0 48 1pm~2:55pm H 8/24/15~12/18/15 PIPBIL-110 Travis Ling
  Notes: Students must attend lab portion of the course in Pipestone.
          12pm~12:50pm M W 8/24/15~12/18/15 LVRNE-103 Travis Ling
000871 81 43 0 48 1pm~2:55pm H 8/24/15~12/18/15 PIPBIL-110 Travis Ling
  Notes: Students must attend lab portion of the course in Pipestone.
000676 91 0 0 24 8pm~9:55pm M 1/11/16~5/10/16 CLADCM-114 Travis Ling
          6pm~7:50pm M 1/11/16~5/10/16 CLADCM-115 Travis Ling