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Departments

BIO 101 Biological Foundations

BIO 102 Biological Experiences

BIO 103 Introduction to Marine Biology

BIO 104 Marine Biology Laboratory

BIO 105 Biological Principles I: Cellular Biology

BIO 106 Laboratory

BIO 107 Biological Principles II

BIO 109 Biological Prinicples III

BIO 111 Human Anatomy and Physiology I (not intended for Biology majors)

BIO 112 Practical Human Anatomy and Physiology I

BIO 113 Human Anatomy and Physiology II

BIO 114 Practical Human Anatomy and Physiology II

BIO 201 Genetics

BIO 203 Ecology

BIO 205 Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy

BIO 205 Lab

BIO 217 Evolution

BIO 221 Human Physiology I

BIO 223 Human Physiology II

BIO 281 Microbiology for Health Sciences (not intended for Biology majors)

BIO 282 Microbiological Laboratory

BIO 305 Developmental Biology

BIO 306 Develomental Biology Laboratory

BIO 311 Microbiology

BIO 321 Neurobiology

BIO 322 Neurobiology Laboratory

BIO 335 Entomology

BIO 337 Marine Ecology

BIO 345 Pathophysiology

BIO 383 Plant Ecology

BIO 409 Cell and Molecular Biology

BIO 410 Cell and Molecular Biology Lab

BIO 413 Applied Biostatistics

BIO 417 Issues in Evolution

BIO 421 Biology Seminar (fulfills Capstone requirement for Biology majors)

Biology Seminar -  Dr. Terry Theodose

Biology Seminar - Dr. Rachel Lasley-Rasher

BIO 431 Principles of Immunology

BIO 432 Immunology Laboratory

BIO 509 Cell and Molecular Biology

BIO 510 Cell and Molecular Biology Lab

BIO 513 Applied Biostatistics

BIO 517 Issues in Evolution

BIO 531 Principles of Immunology

BIO 545 Advanced Pathophysiology

BIO 601 Research Methods in Biology

BIO 621 Graduate Seminar (topics change every semester)

Sensory Ecology - Dr. Rachel Lasley-Rasher

Plant-Human Interactions - Dr. Terry Theodose