BIS 105◊ Environmental Biology

Liberal arts course for non-science majors. Study of the biological basis of environmental science and how humans are a powerful influence on the ecosystem. Emphasis on the biological interrelations between natural resources, energy, pollution and human-population dynamics. May be used to satisfy a lab-science requirement for non-science majors. IAI: L1 905L 

Credit Hours: 4.0
Lecture Hours: 3.0
Lab Hours: 3.0
Course Fee Required
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Sections of BIS105 at Term: Spring 2013 (136)

 
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BIS105001ENVIRON BIOLOGYBEUCHEL, J01/23/1305/15/13 
1 Open Seat 09:00 AM11:45 AMMW D 121 Book Info
BIS105002ENVIRON BIOLOGYRUPP, BREN01/24/1305/16/13 
9 Open Seats 08:00 AM10:45 AMTuTh D 121 Book Info
BIS105070ENVIRON BIOLOGYBEUCHEL, J01/23/1305/17/13 
7 Open Seats TBA TBA  D 329 Book Info
BIS105800ENVIRON BIOLOGYMCGUCKIN, 01/23/1305/17/13 
10 Open Seats 12:30 PM01:18 PMMTuWThF OP 111 Book Info
BIS105801ENVIRON BIOLOGYMCGUCKIN, 01/23/1305/17/13 
16 Open Seats 01:23 PM02:11 PMMTuWThF OP 111 Book Info
BIS105802ENVIRON BIOLOGYMCGUCKIN, 01/23/1305/17/13 
14 Open Seats 02:16 PM03:04 PMMTuWThF OP 111 Book Info
 
6 CLASSES SCHEDULED