Introduction the Biological Sciences (BIOL-L 102) 5 credit lecture and laboratory
L102 is the second of a two-course sequence (L101-L102) that satisfies the degree core requirement for all biology majors. This course also satisfies 5 of the 11 "Natural World" credits and the laboratory component required for completion of all B. A. degrees at Indiana University Southeast. However, if you are not a biology major you should enroll in L100. Also, if you are a biology major and have not taken L101, you will be at a significant disadvantage in this course. L101 and L102 are perhaps the most important courses that you will take. First, they are designed to provide a solid conceptual foundation and necessary skills that will ensure your success in the biology program. Second, these courses will expose you to nearly every area of biology. This survey may help you to identify a sub-discipline that will ultimately become a professional career. In addition to concepts and skills, we also hope instill in you an informed appreciation of the important and dynamic role of biology in society--a role that will only increase in the future. No branch of science will impact the future quality of life on earth more than biology.
Learning Outcomes - By the end of this course you will:
Biology. Enrollment is by permission only; contact your advisor.
Prerequisite: One year of high school chemistry or one semester of college chemistry.
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