Do you need a course to satisfy your laboratory science requirements? The Life Science Department offers a wide variety of courses that can be used to fulfill laboratory science requirements.
General Biology for Non-majors (BIO100) is for all students that want to learn more about biology. If you are interested in the environment, Environmental Biology (BIO105) is for you.
In Natural History of the Southwest (BIO109) you will study the plants and animals of the desert southwest.
Do you want to learn about how the human body works? You will do that in Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology (BIO160).
Learn about the exciting world of the smallest life forms on Earth in Microbes and Society (BIO111).
Anyone that wants to learn more about plants and how they affect the world around us should take Plants and Society (BIO108).
Have you always been fascinated by starfish or sharks? Learn about all sea life in Marine Biology (BIO145).
In Introduction to Biotechnology (BIO107) get a taste of the emerging field of biotechnology.
Please take a course that interests you. All courses will meet the requirements of a science laboratory course. Also, just because a course has a higher course number does not mean that it a harder course.
To learn more about each course, please, click on the links for each course or contact the Life Science Department office.