Courses: Unlocking Key Concepts in Biology (BIOLH220I01)

Spring 2015

A course for Bio 200 students designed to teach the principles and methods of biological investigation. Students are taught how biological hypotheses are identified, developed and tested and how biological data are articulated, analyzed and interpreted. The class meets once a week during the semester and draws material from current literature, groundbreaking classical experiments and concurrent topics in Bio 200. Enrollment by invitation from the Department.

Prerequisites: Concurrent enrollment in BIOL 200 and consent.

Fulfills: NA II


Biology (Web site)

Taught By

Justine Melo (Profile)

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