BIOL 131H Populations and Organisms-Honors
One of a sequence of two courses required for students majoring in biology and other natural sciences, as well as pre-medicine, pre-veterinarian, and other pre-professional programs. Focus on the study of the diversity of organisms through a review of comparative structure, physiology, development, and evolution. Topics include population genetics, classification, and interactions of populations at the species, community, and ecosystem levels. This course includes content and experiences appropriate for students wishing to earn honors credit. (C-ID BIOL 140)
UC, CSU, Associate Degree Applicable
Prerequisites: Acceptance into the College Honors Institute, and MATH 095 or eligibility for MATH 102 as determined through the Crafton Hills College assessment process.
Also Offered As: BIOL 131
Lecture: Minimum 48 hours per semester
Laboratory: Minimum 48 hours per semester
Departmental Recommendation: Eligibility for ENGL 101