Dec 07, 2023  
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BI 154 - Animal Biology

Credits: 4
Contact Hours: 6
Prerequisites: None

Corequisites: None

College Level Prerequisites: None
Description: Biology 154 (Animal Biology) is a comprehensive biodiversity survey of the animal-like protists and metazoan animals, incorporating broad and unifying biological and evolutionary concepts. Animal Biology stresses the classification, evolution, embryology, anatomy, physiology, and behavior of representative species of major phyla of unicellular animal-like protists and metazoan animals. There are three hours of combined and integrated lecture and laboratory classes held twice per week for a total of six contact hours. This course is appropriate for anyone interested in the study of the biodiversity of animals. Recommended Skills: The completion of high school biology with a B or better, or any college-level course in the biological sciences, is highly recommended as a prerequisite to this course.

Department Consent: No Consent
General Education Distribution Category Met: Natural Science & Mathematics

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