BIOL 1102 Plant and Animal Classification  (Individual Study)    0-6-2

Plant and Animal Classification is a field biology course.  Prerequisite:  Permission from the Instructor

 

BIOL 1110 General Biology Lab

Required with BIOL 1114

 

BIOL 1114 General Biology   3-2-4

This course is an introductory non-majors life science course with lab.  This course includes an introduction to cellular biology, genetics, ecology, the plant kingdom and the animal kingdom.  Prerequisite: The student must have an ACT Science Sub Score of at least 19 or earned a “C” or better in SCI 0113 Transitional Science.   OSRHE Matrix: BI 101

 

BIOL 1210 Principles of Biology Lab

Required with BIOL 1214

 

BIOL 1214 Principles of Biology   3-2-4

Principles of Biology is an introductory majors biology course with lab.  The course includes an in-depth study of fundamental biological concepts including metabolism, homeostasis, heredity, evolution and ecology at the sub-cellular, cellular, and organism levels. Prerequisite: The student must have an ACT Science Sub Score of at least 19 or earned a “C” or better in SCI 0113 Transitional Science.   OSRHE Matrix: BI 102

 

BIOL 2113 Introduction to Nutrition   3-0-3

This course considers basic nutrition as it is related to food and health problems in the present socioeconomic and cultural environment. This course is a practical application of the science of nutrition in planning diets for people of various ages and occupations.

 

BIOL 2210 Physiology Lab

Requied with BIOL 2214

 

BIOL 2211 Laboratory Techniques in Physiology   0-3-1

The student will serve as a laboratory assistant for a minimum of 3 hours per week for one semester gaining practical knowledge and experience in physiology laboratory techniques, lab preparation, and lab implementation, while assisting physiology students in a laboratory setting. It is required that students have knowledge of physiology.   Prerequisite: The student must have earned a “B” or better in the course or an equivalent course in which the student will serve as lab assistant and permission from the instructor.

 

BIOL 2212 Laboratory Techniques in Biology   0-6-2

The student will be expected to get acquainted with the laboratory equipment and its use.  Students will be expected to become proficient in dissection and slide preparation techniques and act as a laboratory assistant for a minimum of 6 hours per week for one semester.  Prerequisite:  Must have had a “B” or better in the course or an equivalent course in which he will serve as lab assistant, and permission from the Instructor.

 

BIOL 2214 Physiology   3-3-4

Physiology is an introduction to the many aspects of body function.  This course includes a survey of the functions and biochemical processes of the cells, tissues, and organ systems.  Functional interrelationships of vertebrate systems are stressed, including cellular physiology, communication and control, maintenance systems, and reproduction.  This course emphasizes the basic chemical and physical reactions which are involved with maintenance of homeostasis, with special emphasis placed on humans. A knowledge of basic anatomy, as well as chemistry, is necessary in order to fully understand the workings of the body machinery.

Prerequisites: One Life Science course (BIOL 1214, BOT 1114, or ZOO 1114) and CHEM 1114 or CHEM 1315. Division approval may be granted for Health Related and Nursing majors.  OSRHE Matrix: BI 465

 

 

 

 

01/28/2014