Courses: Perspectives in Biology: Origins-Evolution and Animal Diversity (BIOLH130G01)

Spring 2009

This course will explore the history and theory of evolution. Key concepts will be introduced as we consider a range of topics from Darwin, "selfish genes", the origin of man, the way "origins" are viewed in a variety of cultures, arguments for and against evolution, and some of the implications that evolutionary theory has for society. One half-semester. Enrollment limited to 30.

Prerequisites: To be considered for lottery preference, students must register for Biol131H also. One lottery, valid for BOTH courses, will be run.

Fulfills: NA II

Department

Biology (Web site)

Taught By

Rachel Hoang (Profile)

Meeting Times

TTh 11:30-1:00