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General Zoology BIO 226

This course is a study of animal origins and evolutionary relationships. Beginning with an introduction to the classification of the animal kingdom, the major groups of invertebrate and some vertebrate animals will be surveyed. Emphasis will be placed on development, structure, function, reproduction, and evolution. Laboratory exercises will enable the student to directly observe internal and external morphology of selected animal groups and will provide for observations and experiments with various living organisms. Laboratory included.

  • Prerequisites: BIO 150, BIO 151. Term: Winter (odd); Fee: yes.
  • Categories: Biology Courses

General Botany BIO 234

This course deals with a survey of the algae, the fungi, and members of the plant kingdom. Students study the process of photosynthesis and its relevance to life on our planet. They then study the life cycles and reproduction of plants. Transport systems of vascular plants are covered in detail. In addition the anatomy and physiology of all plant-like organisms, their growth and development is studied. The current success and diverse numbers and species of plants are related to their evolutionary success and role in the earth’s ecosystems. Laboratory included.

  • Prerequisites: BIO 150; BIO 151, Term: Fall (odd); Fee: yes.
  • Categories: Biology Courses

Genetics BIO 485

Exploration of classical, molecular, and evolutionary genetics including, but not limited to, Mendelian principles of inheritance, gene linkage and mapping, pedigree analysis, structure and chemistry of genes, gene expression, recombinant DNA technology, mutations and their repair, non Mendelian inheritance, quantitative inheritance, and population genetics.. Laboratory included.

  • Prerequisites: BIO 150, BIO 151, CHM 140, CHM 325; Recommended MTH 325. Term: Fall (odd); Fee: yes.
  • Categories: Biology Courses

General Chemistry I CHM 140

Introduction to the basic principles of chemistry in a context of chemical analysis. Includes the nature of matter, periodic table, elements, ionic and covalent compounds, stoichiometry, atomic and molecular structure, ideal gases, and acid-base chemistry. Laboratory included.

  • Prerequisites: CHM 130 or satisfactory completion of chemistry placement examination. Co-requisites: MTH 105; ENG 108 Term: Winter; Fee: yes. General Education option for science majors only
  • Categories: Chemistry Courses

General Chemistry II CHM 241

Chemical thermodynamics; kinetics; equilibria; electrochemistry, redox reactions; nuclear chemistry; selected properties of the elements. Laboratory included emphasizes introductory analytical techniques. Laboratory included.

Graph Theory MTH 270

An introduction to topics and applications of graph theory. Graph theory topics are selected from the following: paths, cycles, circuits, Eulerian circuits, Hamiltonian cycles, generalized pancyclicity, forbidden subgraphs, connectivity, trees, social networks, planarity, graph colorings, directed graphs, modeling. Additionally, the course includes an introduction to set theory, and methods of proof (direct proof, proof by contradiction, proof by cases, proof by induction).

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