Quarterly schedules and the proposed yearly schedule of classes offered by the Department of Biological Sciences are linked below. In many cases, multiple sections of courses will be offered. Specific information, including class meeting times, assigned instructors, etc. will be available well before pre-registration for each quarter.Please realize that changes to this list may occur due to enrollment pressures, personnel changes, or program needs.
BIOL 461 Community Ecology MORE INFORMATION
Interested in learning more about concepts and applications to conservation biology? Do you like field trips, conducting simulations and data analysis? If so, BIOL 461 Community Ecology is for you! This course counts as an advanced ecology requirement for the B.S. Ecology specialization. See the flyer for more info!
BIOL 455 Zoophysiology Spring 2014
The updated prerequisites for BIOL455 are BIOL183 and BIOL213, not those listed in the catalog.
You can take both BIOL455 and BIOL353 (Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy) together during the Spring of 2014, despite the originally scheduled overlap of one hour.
Please join us this Friday for a Natural Science Seminar presentation on "Monitoring Native Deer, ElMechanisms Of Mitochondrial Fusion Natural Science Seminar
Please come join us Wednesday, April 23rd, for another illuminating talk in the Natural Science SemiCWU Receives More Than $600,000 To Increase Diversity In The Sciences
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