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BIO-201   Molecules to Cells3 credits

Corequisites: BIO-201L

This is the first course in a three-semester sequence for biology majors. Course topics will cover fundamental concepts including biomolecule structure and function, energy metabolism (respiration and photosynthesis), the biology of inheritance, and gene structure, function, and expression. Focus on frontier areas of biology with an emphasis on molecular and cellular processes. Examples may include human genetics, bioinformatics, or cancer biology. Emphasis on scientific problem solving, including collection, analysis, and interpretation of biological data. This course is designed for students who plan to take further coursework in biology or related disciplines. BIO-210 may be substituted for BIO-201 for all academic programs.

BIO-201L   Molecules to Cells Laboratory1 credit

Corequisites: BIO-201

The laboratory course for BIO-201.