Schedule of Classes




2022 Spring: January 12 - May 10
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Course Class No. Section Start & End Date Day Time Status Location
BEHS 343 Parenting Today (3)
An overview of critical issues in modern parenting in the United States and the world. Using an interdisciplinary perspective, students will apply research and theory in family development to practical decision making, taking into account modern and historical trends such as gender roles, socioeconomic status, and single parenting and the impact of divorce on children. Students will also examine the role of race and ethnicity in parenting, LGBT parenting, multigenerational and military families.
21259 7383 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Meminger, Maisha Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 343 Parenting Today (3)
An overview of critical issues in modern parenting in the United States and the world. Using an interdisciplinary perspective, students will apply research and theory in family development to practical decision making, taking into account modern and historical trends such as gender roles, socioeconomic status, and single parenting and the impact of divorce on children. Students will also examine the role of race and ethnicity in parenting, LGBT parenting, multigenerational and military families.
21260 7384 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Torrez, Diana J Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 343 Parenting Today (3)
An overview of critical issues in modern parenting in the United States and the world. Using an interdisciplinary perspective, students will apply research and theory in family development to practical decision making, taking into account modern and historical trends such as gender roles, socioeconomic status, and single parenting and the impact of divorce on children. Students will also examine the role of race and ethnicity in parenting, LGBT parenting, multigenerational and military families.
21261 7385 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Barr, Bernadine C Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 343 Parenting Today (3)
An overview of critical issues in modern parenting in the United States and the world. Using an interdisciplinary perspective, students will apply research and theory in family development to practical decision making, taking into account modern and historical trends such as gender roles, socioeconomic status, and single parenting and the impact of divorce on children. Students will also examine the role of race and ethnicity in parenting, LGBT parenting, multigenerational and military families.
21947 6980 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Oestmann, Joanna M Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 343 Parenting Today (3)
An overview of critical issues in modern parenting in the United States and the world. Using an interdisciplinary perspective, students will apply research and theory in family development to practical decision making, taking into account modern and historical trends such as gender roles, socioeconomic status, and single parenting and the impact of divorce on children. Students will also examine the role of race and ethnicity in parenting, LGBT parenting, multigenerational and military families.
21948 6981 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: O'Malley, Angeline J Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 343 Parenting Today (3)
An overview of critical issues in modern parenting in the United States and the world. Using an interdisciplinary perspective, students will apply research and theory in family development to practical decision making, taking into account modern and historical trends such as gender roles, socioeconomic status, and single parenting and the impact of divorce on children. Students will also examine the role of race and ethnicity in parenting, LGBT parenting, multigenerational and military families.
22209 6982 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Sherry, Jonathan D Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 343 Parenting Today (3)
An overview of critical issues in modern parenting in the United States and the world. Using an interdisciplinary perspective, students will apply research and theory in family development to practical decision making, taking into account modern and historical trends such as gender roles, socioeconomic status, and single parenting and the impact of divorce on children. Students will also examine the role of race and ethnicity in parenting, LGBT parenting, multigenerational and military families.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
22620 6380 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Suthers, Kristen M Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 343 Parenting Today (3)
An overview of critical issues in modern parenting in the United States and the world. Using an interdisciplinary perspective, students will apply research and theory in family development to practical decision making, taking into account modern and historical trends such as gender roles, socioeconomic status, and single parenting and the impact of divorce on children. Students will also examine the role of race and ethnicity in parenting, LGBT parenting, multigenerational and military families.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
22735 6381 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Liu, Jia Li Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 343 Parenting Today (3)
An overview of critical issues in modern parenting in the United States and the world. Using an interdisciplinary perspective, students will apply research and theory in family development to practical decision making, taking into account modern and historical trends such as gender roles, socioeconomic status, and single parenting and the impact of divorce on children. Students will also examine the role of race and ethnicity in parenting, LGBT parenting, multigenerational and military families.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
22759 6382 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: O'Malley, Angeline J Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 343 Parenting Today (3)
An overview of critical issues in modern parenting in the United States and the world. Using an interdisciplinary perspective, students will apply research and theory in family development to practical decision making, taking into account modern and historical trends such as gender roles, socioeconomic status, and single parenting and the impact of divorce on children. Students will also examine the role of race and ethnicity in parenting, LGBT parenting, multigenerational and military families.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
23128 6383 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Cody, Susan R Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 343 Parenting Today (3)
An overview of critical issues in modern parenting in the United States and the world. Using an interdisciplinary perspective, students will apply research and theory in family development to practical decision making, taking into account modern and historical trends such as gender roles, socioeconomic status, and single parenting and the impact of divorce on children. Students will also examine the role of race and ethnicity in parenting, LGBT parenting, multigenerational and military families.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
23129 6384 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Barr, Bernadine C Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 343 Parenting Today (3)
An overview of critical issues in modern parenting in the United States and the world. Using an interdisciplinary perspective, students will apply research and theory in family development to practical decision making, taking into account modern and historical trends such as gender roles, socioeconomic status, and single parenting and the impact of divorce on children. Students will also examine the role of race and ethnicity in parenting, LGBT parenting, multigenerational and military families.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
23528 6385 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Marks, Lori N Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 343 Parenting Today (3)
An overview of critical issues in modern parenting in the United States and the world. Using an interdisciplinary perspective, students will apply research and theory in family development to practical decision making, taking into account modern and historical trends such as gender roles, socioeconomic status, and single parenting and the impact of divorce on children. Students will also examine the role of race and ethnicity in parenting, LGBT parenting, multigenerational and military families.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
23556 6386 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Brazda, Michael Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 343 Parenting Today (3)
An overview of critical issues in modern parenting in the United States and the world. Using an interdisciplinary perspective, students will apply research and theory in family development to practical decision making, taking into account modern and historical trends such as gender roles, socioeconomic status, and single parenting and the impact of divorce on children. Students will also examine the role of race and ethnicity in parenting, LGBT parenting, multigenerational and military families.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
23630 6387 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Foss, Rebecca Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 343 Parenting Today (3)
An overview of critical issues in modern parenting in the United States and the world. Using an interdisciplinary perspective, students will apply research and theory in family development to practical decision making, taking into account modern and historical trends such as gender roles, socioeconomic status, and single parenting and the impact of divorce on children. Students will also examine the role of race and ethnicity in parenting, LGBT parenting, multigenerational and military families.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
23695 6388 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Candelario, Erika K Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 343 Parenting Today (3)
An overview of critical issues in modern parenting in the United States and the world. Using an interdisciplinary perspective, students will apply research and theory in family development to practical decision making, taking into account modern and historical trends such as gender roles, socioeconomic status, and single parenting and the impact of divorce on children. Students will also examine the role of race and ethnicity in parenting, LGBT parenting, multigenerational and military families.
UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates.
27003 6810 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 M 6:00P-9:00P Open Fort Belvoir (Hybrid)
Faculty: Del Rossi, Michael A Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 343 Parenting Today (3)
An overview of critical issues in modern parenting in the United States and the world. Using an interdisciplinary perspective, students will apply research and theory in family development to practical decision making, taking into account modern and historical trends such as gender roles, socioeconomic status, and single parenting and the impact of divorce on children. Students will also examine the role of race and ethnicity in parenting, LGBT parenting, multigenerational and military families.
UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates.
27005 7650 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 M 6:00P-9:00P Open Dorsey Station (Hybrid)
Faculty: Luguterah, Mercy Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 343 Parenting Today (3)
An overview of critical issues in modern parenting in the United States and the world. Using an interdisciplinary perspective, students will apply research and theory in family development to practical decision making, taking into account modern and historical trends such as gender roles, socioeconomic status, and single parenting and the impact of divorce on children. Students will also examine the role of race and ethnicity in parenting, LGBT parenting, multigenerational and military families.
UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates.
27006 6210 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 M 6:30P-9:30P Open College Park (Hybrid)
Faculty: Hylton, Kevin K Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 343 Parenting Today (3)
An overview of critical issues in modern parenting in the United States and the world. Using an interdisciplinary perspective, students will apply research and theory in family development to practical decision making, taking into account modern and historical trends such as gender roles, socioeconomic status, and single parenting and the impact of divorce on children. Students will also examine the role of race and ethnicity in parenting, LGBT parenting, multigenerational and military families.
UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates.
27007 5120 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 W 6:30P-9:30P Open Shady Grove (Hybrid)
Faculty: Phillips, Karon L Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 343 Parenting Today (3)
An overview of critical issues in modern parenting in the United States and the world. Using an interdisciplinary perspective, students will apply research and theory in family development to practical decision making, taking into account modern and historical trends such as gender roles, socioeconomic status, and single parenting and the impact of divorce on children. Students will also examine the role of race and ethnicity in parenting, LGBT parenting, multigenerational and military families.
UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates.
27008 8155 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 T 6:00P-9:00P Open Fort Hood (Hybrid)
Faculty: Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 343 Parenting Today (3)
An overview of critical issues in modern parenting in the United States and the world. Using an interdisciplinary perspective, students will apply research and theory in family development to practical decision making, taking into account modern and historical trends such as gender roles, socioeconomic status, and single parenting and the impact of divorce on children. Students will also examine the role of race and ethnicity in parenting, LGBT parenting, multigenerational and military families.
UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates.
27009 4955 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 T 6:00P-9:00P Open San Antonio (Hybrid)
Faculty: Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 343 Parenting Today (3)
An overview of critical issues in modern parenting in the United States and the world. Using an interdisciplinary perspective, students will apply research and theory in family development to practical decision making, taking into account modern and historical trends such as gender roles, socioeconomic status, and single parenting and the impact of divorce on children. Students will also examine the role of race and ethnicity in parenting, LGBT parenting, multigenerational and military families.
UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates.
27010 5220 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 T 6:00P-9:00P Open Fort Gordon (Hybrid)
Faculty: Reiman, Sarah E Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 343 Parenting Today (3)
An overview of critical issues in modern parenting in the United States and the world. Using an interdisciplinary perspective, students will apply research and theory in family development to practical decision making, taking into account modern and historical trends such as gender roles, socioeconomic status, and single parenting and the impact of divorce on children. Students will also examine the role of race and ethnicity in parenting, LGBT parenting, multigenerational and military families.
UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates.
27011 5050 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 M 6:00P-9:00P Open LaPlata (Hybrid)
Faculty: Smith, Linda E Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 343 Parenting Today (3)
An overview of critical issues in modern parenting in the United States and the world. Using an interdisciplinary perspective, students will apply research and theory in family development to practical decision making, taking into account modern and historical trends such as gender roles, socioeconomic status, and single parenting and the impact of divorce on children. Students will also examine the role of race and ethnicity in parenting, LGBT parenting, multigenerational and military families.
UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates.
27013 4125 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Th 6:00P-9:00P Open Joint Base Andrews (Hybrid)
Faculty: Rives, Walter N Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 343 Parenting Today (3)
An overview of critical issues in modern parenting in the United States and the world. Using an interdisciplinary perspective, students will apply research and theory in family development to practical decision making, taking into account modern and historical trends such as gender roles, socioeconomic status, and single parenting and the impact of divorce on children. Students will also examine the role of race and ethnicity in parenting, LGBT parenting, multigenerational and military families.
UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates.
27789 3665 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Th 6:00P-9:00P Open Bethesda (Hybrid)
Faculty: Phillips, Karon L Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 364 Alcohol in U.S. Society (3)
An interdisciplinary examination of the use and abuse of the drug alcohol from the perspectives of psychology, physiology, sociology, medicine, counseling, law, and public health. The aim is to examine current research and trends in the treatment of alcohol abuse and dependence (including prevention, assessment, and intervention) and to explore the history, etiology, effects, and current treatment practices. The effects of alcohol throughout the lifespan are explored in relation to gender, families, race, age, the workplace, and public safety.
20398 7380 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Foster, Becky A Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 364 Alcohol in U.S. Society (3)
An interdisciplinary examination of the use and abuse of the drug alcohol from the perspectives of psychology, physiology, sociology, medicine, counseling, law, and public health. The aim is to examine current research and trends in the treatment of alcohol abuse and dependence (including prevention, assessment, and intervention) and to explore the history, etiology, effects, and current treatment practices. The effects of alcohol throughout the lifespan are explored in relation to gender, families, race, age, the workplace, and public safety.
21267 7381 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Simmons, Dantrell L Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 364 Alcohol in U.S. Society (3)
An interdisciplinary examination of the use and abuse of the drug alcohol from the perspectives of psychology, physiology, sociology, medicine, counseling, law, and public health. The aim is to examine current research and trends in the treatment of alcohol abuse and dependence (including prevention, assessment, and intervention) and to explore the history, etiology, effects, and current treatment practices. The effects of alcohol throughout the lifespan are explored in relation to gender, families, race, age, the workplace, and public safety.
21268 7382 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Foster, Becky A Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 364 Alcohol in U.S. Society (3)
An interdisciplinary examination of the use and abuse of the drug alcohol from the perspectives of psychology, physiology, sociology, medicine, counseling, law, and public health. The aim is to examine current research and trends in the treatment of alcohol abuse and dependence (including prevention, assessment, and intervention) and to explore the history, etiology, effects, and current treatment practices. The effects of alcohol throughout the lifespan are explored in relation to gender, families, race, age, the workplace, and public safety.
21269 7383 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Hylton, Kevin K Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 364 Alcohol in U.S. Society (3)
An interdisciplinary examination of the use and abuse of the drug alcohol from the perspectives of psychology, physiology, sociology, medicine, counseling, law, and public health. The aim is to examine current research and trends in the treatment of alcohol abuse and dependence (including prevention, assessment, and intervention) and to explore the history, etiology, effects, and current treatment practices. The effects of alcohol throughout the lifespan are explored in relation to gender, families, race, age, the workplace, and public safety.
22196 6980 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Gallagher, John M Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 364 Alcohol in U.S. Society (3)
An interdisciplinary examination of the use and abuse of the drug alcohol from the perspectives of psychology, physiology, sociology, medicine, counseling, law, and public health. The aim is to examine current research and trends in the treatment of alcohol abuse and dependence (including prevention, assessment, and intervention) and to explore the history, etiology, effects, and current treatment practices. The effects of alcohol throughout the lifespan are explored in relation to gender, families, race, age, the workplace, and public safety.
22221 6981 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Georgoulas-Sherry, Vasiliki Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 364 Alcohol in U.S. Society (3)
An interdisciplinary examination of the use and abuse of the drug alcohol from the perspectives of psychology, physiology, sociology, medicine, counseling, law, and public health. The aim is to examine current research and trends in the treatment of alcohol abuse and dependence (including prevention, assessment, and intervention) and to explore the history, etiology, effects, and current treatment practices. The effects of alcohol throughout the lifespan are explored in relation to gender, families, race, age, the workplace, and public safety.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
22824 6380 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Gallagher, John M Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 364 Alcohol in U.S. Society (3)
An interdisciplinary examination of the use and abuse of the drug alcohol from the perspectives of psychology, physiology, sociology, medicine, counseling, law, and public health. The aim is to examine current research and trends in the treatment of alcohol abuse and dependence (including prevention, assessment, and intervention) and to explore the history, etiology, effects, and current treatment practices. The effects of alcohol throughout the lifespan are explored in relation to gender, families, race, age, the workplace, and public safety.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
22867 6381 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: De Anda, Edward Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 364 Alcohol in U.S. Society (3)
An interdisciplinary examination of the use and abuse of the drug alcohol from the perspectives of psychology, physiology, sociology, medicine, counseling, law, and public health. The aim is to examine current research and trends in the treatment of alcohol abuse and dependence (including prevention, assessment, and intervention) and to explore the history, etiology, effects, and current treatment practices. The effects of alcohol throughout the lifespan are explored in relation to gender, families, race, age, the workplace, and public safety.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
23477 6382 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Drewery, Malcolm P Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 364 Alcohol in U.S. Society (3)
An interdisciplinary examination of the use and abuse of the drug alcohol from the perspectives of psychology, physiology, sociology, medicine, counseling, law, and public health. The aim is to examine current research and trends in the treatment of alcohol abuse and dependence (including prevention, assessment, and intervention) and to explore the history, etiology, effects, and current treatment practices. The effects of alcohol throughout the lifespan are explored in relation to gender, families, race, age, the workplace, and public safety.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
23602 6383 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Simmons, Dantrell L Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 364 Alcohol in U.S. Society (3)
An interdisciplinary examination of the use and abuse of the drug alcohol from the perspectives of psychology, physiology, sociology, medicine, counseling, law, and public health. The aim is to examine current research and trends in the treatment of alcohol abuse and dependence (including prevention, assessment, and intervention) and to explore the history, etiology, effects, and current treatment practices. The effects of alcohol throughout the lifespan are explored in relation to gender, families, race, age, the workplace, and public safety.
UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates.
27014 7855 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 T 6:00P-9:00P Open Fort Detrick (Hybrid)
Faculty: Edmond, Yanique M Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 364 Alcohol in U.S. Society (3)
An interdisciplinary examination of the use and abuse of the drug alcohol from the perspectives of psychology, physiology, sociology, medicine, counseling, law, and public health. The aim is to examine current research and trends in the treatment of alcohol abuse and dependence (including prevention, assessment, and intervention) and to explore the history, etiology, effects, and current treatment practices. The effects of alcohol throughout the lifespan are explored in relation to gender, families, race, age, the workplace, and public safety.
UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates.
27015 5425 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Th 6:30P-9:30P Open Laurel (Hybrid)
Faculty: Luguterah, Mercy Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 380 End of Life: Issues and Perspectives (3)
(Formerly GERO 380.) An exploration of death, dying, and bereavement from social, cultural, psychological, biomedical, economic, and historical perspectives. The objective is to clarify one's personal perspective on death and dying, based on a better understanding of end-of-life planning issues, stages of death, and models of care for the dying. Topics include definitions of death, needs of the dying and their support systems, pain management, palliative and hospice care, end-of-life decision making, cultural meanings and rituals, suicide, euthanasia, homicide, natural disaster, the economics of death and life-sustaining care, family conflict and coping, bereavement, and grieving. Students may earn credit for only one of the following courses: BEHS 380 or GERO 380.
20420 7380 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Cox, Beth A Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 380 End of Life: Issues and Perspectives (3)
(Formerly GERO 380.) An exploration of death, dying, and bereavement from social, cultural, psychological, biomedical, economic, and historical perspectives. The objective is to clarify one's personal perspective on death and dying, based on a better understanding of end-of-life planning issues, stages of death, and models of care for the dying. Topics include definitions of death, needs of the dying and their support systems, pain management, palliative and hospice care, end-of-life decision making, cultural meanings and rituals, suicide, euthanasia, homicide, natural disaster, the economics of death and life-sustaining care, family conflict and coping, bereavement, and grieving. Students may earn credit for only one of the following courses: BEHS 380 or GERO 380.
21273 7381 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Marx, Katherine A Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 380 End of Life: Issues and Perspectives (3)
(Formerly GERO 380.) An exploration of death, dying, and bereavement from social, cultural, psychological, biomedical, economic, and historical perspectives. The objective is to clarify one's personal perspective on death and dying, based on a better understanding of end-of-life planning issues, stages of death, and models of care for the dying. Topics include definitions of death, needs of the dying and their support systems, pain management, palliative and hospice care, end-of-life decision making, cultural meanings and rituals, suicide, euthanasia, homicide, natural disaster, the economics of death and life-sustaining care, family conflict and coping, bereavement, and grieving. Students may earn credit for only one of the following courses: BEHS 380 or GERO 380.
22416 6980 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Schildknecht-Hargett, Brenda S Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 380 End of Life: Issues and Perspectives (3)
(Formerly GERO 380.) An exploration of death, dying, and bereavement from social, cultural, psychological, biomedical, economic, and historical perspectives. The objective is to clarify one's personal perspective on death and dying, based on a better understanding of end-of-life planning issues, stages of death, and models of care for the dying. Topics include definitions of death, needs of the dying and their support systems, pain management, palliative and hospice care, end-of-life decision making, cultural meanings and rituals, suicide, euthanasia, homicide, natural disaster, the economics of death and life-sustaining care, family conflict and coping, bereavement, and grieving. Students may earn credit for only one of the following courses: BEHS 380 or GERO 380.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
23166 6380 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Schildknecht-Hargett, Brenda S Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 380 End of Life: Issues and Perspectives (3)
(Formerly GERO 380.) An exploration of death, dying, and bereavement from social, cultural, psychological, biomedical, economic, and historical perspectives. The objective is to clarify one's personal perspective on death and dying, based on a better understanding of end-of-life planning issues, stages of death, and models of care for the dying. Topics include definitions of death, needs of the dying and their support systems, pain management, palliative and hospice care, end-of-life decision making, cultural meanings and rituals, suicide, euthanasia, homicide, natural disaster, the economics of death and life-sustaining care, family conflict and coping, bereavement, and grieving. Students may earn credit for only one of the following courses: BEHS 380 or GERO 380.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
23467 6381 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Overstreet, Laura I Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 380 End of Life: Issues and Perspectives (3)
(Formerly GERO 380.) An exploration of death, dying, and bereavement from social, cultural, psychological, biomedical, economic, and historical perspectives. The objective is to clarify one's personal perspective on death and dying, based on a better understanding of end-of-life planning issues, stages of death, and models of care for the dying. Topics include definitions of death, needs of the dying and their support systems, pain management, palliative and hospice care, end-of-life decision making, cultural meanings and rituals, suicide, euthanasia, homicide, natural disaster, the economics of death and life-sustaining care, family conflict and coping, bereavement, and grieving. Students may earn credit for only one of the following courses: BEHS 380 or GERO 380.
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23726 6382 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Cox, Beth A Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 380 End of Life: Issues and Perspectives (3)
(Formerly GERO 380.) An exploration of death, dying, and bereavement from social, cultural, psychological, biomedical, economic, and historical perspectives. The objective is to clarify one's personal perspective on death and dying, based on a better understanding of end-of-life planning issues, stages of death, and models of care for the dying. Topics include definitions of death, needs of the dying and their support systems, pain management, palliative and hospice care, end-of-life decision making, cultural meanings and rituals, suicide, euthanasia, homicide, natural disaster, the economics of death and life-sustaining care, family conflict and coping, bereavement, and grieving. Students may earn credit for only one of the following courses: BEHS 380 or GERO 380.
UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates.
27016 4260 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 W 6:00P-9:00P Open National Landing (Hybrid)
Faculty: Del Rossi, Michael A Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 380 End of Life: Issues and Perspectives (3)
(Formerly GERO 380.) An exploration of death, dying, and bereavement from social, cultural, psychological, biomedical, economic, and historical perspectives. The objective is to clarify one's personal perspective on death and dying, based on a better understanding of end-of-life planning issues, stages of death, and models of care for the dying. Topics include definitions of death, needs of the dying and their support systems, pain management, palliative and hospice care, end-of-life decision making, cultural meanings and rituals, suicide, euthanasia, homicide, natural disaster, the economics of death and life-sustaining care, family conflict and coping, bereavement, and grieving. Students may earn credit for only one of the following courses: BEHS 380 or GERO 380.
UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates.
27017 6755 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 T 6:00P-9:00P Open Norfolk Naval Station (Hybrid)
Faculty: Maree, Melanie Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 453 Domestic Violence (3)
An examination of the complex phenomenon of domestic violence from a multidisciplinary perspective that integrates individual, social, political, cultural/ethnic, economic, legal, and medical viewpoints. The aim is to evaluate research and theoretical models of domestic violence; assess institutional, community, and individual responses to domestic violence; and locate effective resources. Topics include neglect and the physical, emotional, and sexual abuse of children, partners, and the elderly. Discussion also covers response systems and mechanisms to prevent and treat violence. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BEHS 453 or BEHS 454.
20293 7380 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Horne, Sarah J Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 453 Domestic Violence (3)
An examination of the complex phenomenon of domestic violence from a multidisciplinary perspective that integrates individual, social, political, cultural/ethnic, economic, legal, and medical viewpoints. The aim is to evaluate research and theoretical models of domestic violence; assess institutional, community, and individual responses to domestic violence; and locate effective resources. Topics include neglect and the physical, emotional, and sexual abuse of children, partners, and the elderly. Discussion also covers response systems and mechanisms to prevent and treat violence. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BEHS 453 or BEHS 454.
21277 7381 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 453 Domestic Violence (3)
An examination of the complex phenomenon of domestic violence from a multidisciplinary perspective that integrates individual, social, political, cultural/ethnic, economic, legal, and medical viewpoints. The aim is to evaluate research and theoretical models of domestic violence; assess institutional, community, and individual responses to domestic violence; and locate effective resources. Topics include neglect and the physical, emotional, and sexual abuse of children, partners, and the elderly. Discussion also covers response systems and mechanisms to prevent and treat violence. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BEHS 453 or BEHS 454.
21278 7382 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Hoffmann, Theresa A Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 453 Domestic Violence (3)
An examination of the complex phenomenon of domestic violence from a multidisciplinary perspective that integrates individual, social, political, cultural/ethnic, economic, legal, and medical viewpoints. The aim is to evaluate research and theoretical models of domestic violence; assess institutional, community, and individual responses to domestic violence; and locate effective resources. Topics include neglect and the physical, emotional, and sexual abuse of children, partners, and the elderly. Discussion also covers response systems and mechanisms to prevent and treat violence. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BEHS 453 or BEHS 454.
21949 6980 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Morton, Jennifer L Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 453 Domestic Violence (3)
An examination of the complex phenomenon of domestic violence from a multidisciplinary perspective that integrates individual, social, political, cultural/ethnic, economic, legal, and medical viewpoints. The aim is to evaluate research and theoretical models of domestic violence; assess institutional, community, and individual responses to domestic violence; and locate effective resources. Topics include neglect and the physical, emotional, and sexual abuse of children, partners, and the elderly. Discussion also covers response systems and mechanisms to prevent and treat violence. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BEHS 453 or BEHS 454.
22417 6981 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Hoffmann, Theresa A Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 453 Domestic Violence (3)
An examination of the complex phenomenon of domestic violence from a multidisciplinary perspective that integrates individual, social, political, cultural/ethnic, economic, legal, and medical viewpoints. The aim is to evaluate research and theoretical models of domestic violence; assess institutional, community, and individual responses to domestic violence; and locate effective resources. Topics include neglect and the physical, emotional, and sexual abuse of children, partners, and the elderly. Discussion also covers response systems and mechanisms to prevent and treat violence. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BEHS 453 or BEHS 454.
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22825 6380 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Morton, Jennifer L Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 453 Domestic Violence (3)
An examination of the complex phenomenon of domestic violence from a multidisciplinary perspective that integrates individual, social, political, cultural/ethnic, economic, legal, and medical viewpoints. The aim is to evaluate research and theoretical models of domestic violence; assess institutional, community, and individual responses to domestic violence; and locate effective resources. Topics include neglect and the physical, emotional, and sexual abuse of children, partners, and the elderly. Discussion also covers response systems and mechanisms to prevent and treat violence. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BEHS 453 or BEHS 454.
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22866 6381 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Oestmann, Joanna M Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 453 Domestic Violence (3)
An examination of the complex phenomenon of domestic violence from a multidisciplinary perspective that integrates individual, social, political, cultural/ethnic, economic, legal, and medical viewpoints. The aim is to evaluate research and theoretical models of domestic violence; assess institutional, community, and individual responses to domestic violence; and locate effective resources. Topics include neglect and the physical, emotional, and sexual abuse of children, partners, and the elderly. Discussion also covers response systems and mechanisms to prevent and treat violence. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BEHS 453 or BEHS 454.
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23616 6382 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Edmond, Yanique M Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 453 Domestic Violence (3)
An examination of the complex phenomenon of domestic violence from a multidisciplinary perspective that integrates individual, social, political, cultural/ethnic, economic, legal, and medical viewpoints. The aim is to evaluate research and theoretical models of domestic violence; assess institutional, community, and individual responses to domestic violence; and locate effective resources. Topics include neglect and the physical, emotional, and sexual abuse of children, partners, and the elderly. Discussion also covers response systems and mechanisms to prevent and treat violence. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BEHS 453 or BEHS 454.
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24180 6383 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Rodriguez, Stephanie D Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 453 Domestic Violence (3)
An examination of the complex phenomenon of domestic violence from a multidisciplinary perspective that integrates individual, social, political, cultural/ethnic, economic, legal, and medical viewpoints. The aim is to evaluate research and theoretical models of domestic violence; assess institutional, community, and individual responses to domestic violence; and locate effective resources. Topics include neglect and the physical, emotional, and sexual abuse of children, partners, and the elderly. Discussion also covers response systems and mechanisms to prevent and treat violence. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BEHS 453 or BEHS 454.
UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates.
27018 6215 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 T 6:30P-9:30P Open College Park (Hybrid)
Faculty: Vernon, Nichole Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 453 Domestic Violence (3)
An examination of the complex phenomenon of domestic violence from a multidisciplinary perspective that integrates individual, social, political, cultural/ethnic, economic, legal, and medical viewpoints. The aim is to evaluate research and theoretical models of domestic violence; assess institutional, community, and individual responses to domestic violence; and locate effective resources. Topics include neglect and the physical, emotional, and sexual abuse of children, partners, and the elderly. Discussion also covers response systems and mechanisms to prevent and treat violence. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BEHS 453 or BEHS 454.
UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates.
27019 8655 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 T 6:00P-9:00P Open USCG Honolulu (Hybrid)
Faculty: Candelario, Erika K Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 495 Advanced Seminar in Social Sciences (3)
(Intended as a final, capstone course to be taken in a student's last 15 credits.) Prerequisite: BEHS 300 and completion of all requirements for the social science major. A study of the social sciences that integrates perspectives from various disciplines in the field. The aim is to apply theoretical perspectives and empirical evidence to address complex contemporary social problems and become better consumers and purveyors of knowledge and research. Topics include ethical and professional issues inherent in working in the social sciences and the role of advocacy in promoting social change.
21289 7380 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Baril, Megan E Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 495 Advanced Seminar in Social Sciences (3)
(Intended as a final, capstone course to be taken in a student's last 15 credits.) Prerequisite: BEHS 300 and completion of all requirements for the social science major. A study of the social sciences that integrates perspectives from various disciplines in the field. The aim is to apply theoretical perspectives and empirical evidence to address complex contemporary social problems and become better consumers and purveyors of knowledge and research. Topics include ethical and professional issues inherent in working in the social sciences and the role of advocacy in promoting social change.
21290 7381 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Ellis, Renee R Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 495 Advanced Seminar in Social Sciences (3)
(Intended as a final, capstone course to be taken in a student's last 15 credits.) Prerequisite: BEHS 300 and completion of all requirements for the social science major. A study of the social sciences that integrates perspectives from various disciplines in the field. The aim is to apply theoretical perspectives and empirical evidence to address complex contemporary social problems and become better consumers and purveyors of knowledge and research. Topics include ethical and professional issues inherent in working in the social sciences and the role of advocacy in promoting social change.
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23165 6380 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Baril, Megan E Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 495 Advanced Seminar in Social Sciences (3)
(Intended as a final, capstone course to be taken in a student's last 15 credits.) Prerequisite: BEHS 300 and completion of all requirements for the social science major. A study of the social sciences that integrates perspectives from various disciplines in the field. The aim is to apply theoretical perspectives and empirical evidence to address complex contemporary social problems and become better consumers and purveyors of knowledge and research. Topics include ethical and professional issues inherent in working in the social sciences and the role of advocacy in promoting social change.
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23942 6381 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Spraggins, Renee E Syllabus Course Materials
BEHS 495 Advanced Seminar in Social Sciences (3)
(Intended as a final, capstone course to be taken in a student's last 15 credits.) Prerequisite: BEHS 300 and completion of all requirements for the social science major. A study of the social sciences that integrates perspectives from various disciplines in the field. The aim is to apply theoretical perspectives and empirical evidence to address complex contemporary social problems and become better consumers and purveyors of knowledge and research. Topics include ethical and professional issues inherent in working in the social sciences and the role of advocacy in promoting social change.
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28267 6382 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Spraggins, Renee E Syllabus Course Materials
BIOL 101 Concepts of Biology (3)
(Not open to students majoring in Biotechnology or Laboratory Management.) An introduction to the structure and function of living organisms. The objective is to use knowledge about biological principles and scientific reasoning to make informed decisions about the natural world. Topics include the chemical foundations of life, cell biology, genetics, evolution, ecosystems, and the interdependence of living organisms. Discussion also covers the importance of the scientific method to biological inquiry and the impact of biological knowledge and technology on human societies. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BIOL 101, BIOL 103, BIOL 105, or BSCI 105.
20294 7380 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Fisher, Shannon J Syllabus Course Materials
BIOL 101 Concepts of Biology (3)
(Not open to students majoring in Biotechnology or Laboratory Management.) An introduction to the structure and function of living organisms. The objective is to use knowledge about biological principles and scientific reasoning to make informed decisions about the natural world. Topics include the chemical foundations of life, cell biology, genetics, evolution, ecosystems, and the interdependence of living organisms. Discussion also covers the importance of the scientific method to biological inquiry and the impact of biological knowledge and technology on human societies. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BIOL 101, BIOL 103, BIOL 105, or BSCI 105.
20295 7381 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Ayuk, Mary A. Syllabus Course Materials
BIOL 101 Concepts of Biology (3)
(Not open to students majoring in Biotechnology or Laboratory Management.) An introduction to the structure and function of living organisms. The objective is to use knowledge about biological principles and scientific reasoning to make informed decisions about the natural world. Topics include the chemical foundations of life, cell biology, genetics, evolution, ecosystems, and the interdependence of living organisms. Discussion also covers the importance of the scientific method to biological inquiry and the impact of biological knowledge and technology on human societies. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BIOL 101, BIOL 103, BIOL 105, or BSCI 105.
20595 7382 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Bowen, Steven E Syllabus Course Materials
BIOL 101 Concepts of Biology (3)
(Not open to students majoring in Biotechnology or Laboratory Management.) An introduction to the structure and function of living organisms. The objective is to use knowledge about biological principles and scientific reasoning to make informed decisions about the natural world. Topics include the chemical foundations of life, cell biology, genetics, evolution, ecosystems, and the interdependence of living organisms. Discussion also covers the importance of the scientific method to biological inquiry and the impact of biological knowledge and technology on human societies. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BIOL 101, BIOL 103, BIOL 105, or BSCI 105.
21950 6980 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Zelman, Stanley S Syllabus Course Materials
BIOL 101 Concepts of Biology (3)
(Not open to students majoring in Biotechnology or Laboratory Management.) An introduction to the structure and function of living organisms. The objective is to use knowledge about biological principles and scientific reasoning to make informed decisions about the natural world. Topics include the chemical foundations of life, cell biology, genetics, evolution, ecosystems, and the interdependence of living organisms. Discussion also covers the importance of the scientific method to biological inquiry and the impact of biological knowledge and technology on human societies. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BIOL 101, BIOL 103, BIOL 105, or BSCI 105.
21951 6981 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Shao, Alison Mckee Syllabus Course Materials
BIOL 101 Concepts of Biology (3)
(Not open to students majoring in Biotechnology or Laboratory Management.) An introduction to the structure and function of living organisms. The objective is to use knowledge about biological principles and scientific reasoning to make informed decisions about the natural world. Topics include the chemical foundations of life, cell biology, genetics, evolution, ecosystems, and the interdependence of living organisms. Discussion also covers the importance of the scientific method to biological inquiry and the impact of biological knowledge and technology on human societies. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BIOL 101, BIOL 103, BIOL 105, or BSCI 105.
21952 6982 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Oguariri, Raphael M Syllabus Course Materials
BIOL 101 Concepts of Biology (3)
(Not open to students majoring in Biotechnology or Laboratory Management.) An introduction to the structure and function of living organisms. The objective is to use knowledge about biological principles and scientific reasoning to make informed decisions about the natural world. Topics include the chemical foundations of life, cell biology, genetics, evolution, ecosystems, and the interdependence of living organisms. Discussion also covers the importance of the scientific method to biological inquiry and the impact of biological knowledge and technology on human societies. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BIOL 101, BIOL 103, BIOL 105, or BSCI 105.
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22537 6384 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Brown, Sharon Y Syllabus Course Materials
BIOL 101 Concepts of Biology (3)
(Not open to students majoring in Biotechnology or Laboratory Management.) An introduction to the structure and function of living organisms. The objective is to use knowledge about biological principles and scientific reasoning to make informed decisions about the natural world. Topics include the chemical foundations of life, cell biology, genetics, evolution, ecosystems, and the interdependence of living organisms. Discussion also covers the importance of the scientific method to biological inquiry and the impact of biological knowledge and technology on human societies. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BIOL 101, BIOL 103, BIOL 105, or BSCI 105.
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22621 6380 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Gondre-Lewis, Timothy A Syllabus Course Materials
BIOL 101 Concepts of Biology (3)
(Not open to students majoring in Biotechnology or Laboratory Management.) An introduction to the structure and function of living organisms. The objective is to use knowledge about biological principles and scientific reasoning to make informed decisions about the natural world. Topics include the chemical foundations of life, cell biology, genetics, evolution, ecosystems, and the interdependence of living organisms. Discussion also covers the importance of the scientific method to biological inquiry and the impact of biological knowledge and technology on human societies. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BIOL 101, BIOL 103, BIOL 105, or BSCI 105.
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22622 6381 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Wolf, William C Syllabus Course Materials
BIOL 101 Concepts of Biology (3)
(Not open to students majoring in Biotechnology or Laboratory Management.) An introduction to the structure and function of living organisms. The objective is to use knowledge about biological principles and scientific reasoning to make informed decisions about the natural world. Topics include the chemical foundations of life, cell biology, genetics, evolution, ecosystems, and the interdependence of living organisms. Discussion also covers the importance of the scientific method to biological inquiry and the impact of biological knowledge and technology on human societies. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BIOL 101, BIOL 103, BIOL 105, or BSCI 105.
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22651 6382 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Shao, Alison Mckee Syllabus Course Materials
BIOL 101 Concepts of Biology (3)
(Not open to students majoring in Biotechnology or Laboratory Management.) An introduction to the structure and function of living organisms. The objective is to use knowledge about biological principles and scientific reasoning to make informed decisions about the natural world. Topics include the chemical foundations of life, cell biology, genetics, evolution, ecosystems, and the interdependence of living organisms. Discussion also covers the importance of the scientific method to biological inquiry and the impact of biological knowledge and technology on human societies. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BIOL 101, BIOL 103, BIOL 105, or BSCI 105.
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22658 6383 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Zelman, Stanley S Syllabus Course Materials
BIOL 101 Concepts of Biology (3)
(Not open to students majoring in Biotechnology or Laboratory Management.) An introduction to the structure and function of living organisms. The objective is to use knowledge about biological principles and scientific reasoning to make informed decisions about the natural world. Topics include the chemical foundations of life, cell biology, genetics, evolution, ecosystems, and the interdependence of living organisms. Discussion also covers the importance of the scientific method to biological inquiry and the impact of biological knowledge and technology on human societies. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BIOL 101, BIOL 103, BIOL 105, or BSCI 105.
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22791 6385 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Thornton, Rita L. Syllabus Course Materials
BIOL 101 Concepts of Biology (3)
(Not open to students majoring in Biotechnology or Laboratory Management.) An introduction to the structure and function of living organisms. The objective is to use knowledge about biological principles and scientific reasoning to make informed decisions about the natural world. Topics include the chemical foundations of life, cell biology, genetics, evolution, ecosystems, and the interdependence of living organisms. Discussion also covers the importance of the scientific method to biological inquiry and the impact of biological knowledge and technology on human societies. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BIOL 101, BIOL 103, BIOL 105, or BSCI 105.
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23138 6386 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Nass, Ggisela Syllabus Course Materials
BIOL 101 Concepts of Biology (3)
(Not open to students majoring in Biotechnology or Laboratory Management.) An introduction to the structure and function of living organisms. The objective is to use knowledge about biological principles and scientific reasoning to make informed decisions about the natural world. Topics include the chemical foundations of life, cell biology, genetics, evolution, ecosystems, and the interdependence of living organisms. Discussion also covers the importance of the scientific method to biological inquiry and the impact of biological knowledge and technology on human societies. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BIOL 101, BIOL 103, BIOL 105, or BSCI 105.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
23139 6387 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Roth, Kimberly Sue Syllabus Course Materials
BIOL 101 Concepts of Biology (3)
(Not open to students majoring in Biotechnology or Laboratory Management.) An introduction to the structure and function of living organisms. The objective is to use knowledge about biological principles and scientific reasoning to make informed decisions about the natural world. Topics include the chemical foundations of life, cell biology, genetics, evolution, ecosystems, and the interdependence of living organisms. Discussion also covers the importance of the scientific method to biological inquiry and the impact of biological knowledge and technology on human societies. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BIOL 101, BIOL 103, BIOL 105, or BSCI 105.
UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates.
27020 4015 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 T 7:00P-10:00P Open College Park (Hybrid)
Faculty: Brown, Eric W Syllabus Course Materials
BIOL 102 Laboratory in Biology (1)
(Not open to students majoring in Biotechnology or Laboratory Management. Fulfills the laboratory science requirement only with previous or concurrent credit for BIOL 101.) Prerequisite or corequisite: BIOL 101. A hands-on study of the structure and function of living organisms. The goal is to apply the scientific method and to use scientific and quantitative reasoning to make informed decisions about experimental results in the biological sciences. Laboratory exercises emphasize the scientific method and explore topics such as the chemical foundations of living organisms, cell structure and function, and the classification of organisms. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BIOL 102, BIOL 103, BIOL 105, or BSCI 105.
20296 7380 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Zelman, Stanley S Syllabus Course Materials
BIOL 102 Laboratory in Biology (1)
(Not open to students majoring in Biotechnology or Laboratory Management. Fulfills the laboratory science requirement only with previous or concurrent credit for BIOL 101.) Prerequisite or corequisite: BIOL 101. A hands-on study of the structure and function of living organisms. The goal is to apply the scientific method and to use scientific and quantitative reasoning to make informed decisions about experimental results in the biological sciences. Laboratory exercises emphasize the scientific method and explore topics such as the chemical foundations of living organisms, cell structure and function, and the classification of organisms. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BIOL 102, BIOL 103, BIOL 105, or BSCI 105.
20297 7381 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Bowen, Steven E Syllabus Course Materials
BIOL 102 Laboratory in Biology (1)
(Not open to students majoring in Biotechnology or Laboratory Management. Fulfills the laboratory science requirement only with previous or concurrent credit for BIOL 101.) Prerequisite or corequisite: BIOL 101. A hands-on study of the structure and function of living organisms. The goal is to apply the scientific method and to use scientific and quantitative reasoning to make informed decisions about experimental results in the biological sciences. Laboratory exercises emphasize the scientific method and explore topics such as the chemical foundations of living organisms, cell structure and function, and the classification of organisms. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BIOL 102, BIOL 103, BIOL 105, or BSCI 105.
20596 7382 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Shao, Alison Mckee Syllabus Course Materials
BIOL 102 Laboratory in Biology (1)
(Not open to students majoring in Biotechnology or Laboratory Management. Fulfills the laboratory science requirement only with previous or concurrent credit for BIOL 101.) Prerequisite or corequisite: BIOL 101. A hands-on study of the structure and function of living organisms. The goal is to apply the scientific method and to use scientific and quantitative reasoning to make informed decisions about experimental results in the biological sciences. Laboratory exercises emphasize the scientific method and explore topics such as the chemical foundations of living organisms, cell structure and function, and the classification of organisms. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BIOL 102, BIOL 103, BIOL 105, or BSCI 105.
21332 7383 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Norflus, Francine Syllabus Course Materials
BIOL 102 Laboratory in Biology (1)
(Not open to students majoring in Biotechnology or Laboratory Management. Fulfills the laboratory science requirement only with previous or concurrent credit for BIOL 101.) Prerequisite or corequisite: BIOL 101. A hands-on study of the structure and function of living organisms. The goal is to apply the scientific method and to use scientific and quantitative reasoning to make informed decisions about experimental results in the biological sciences. Laboratory exercises emphasize the scientific method and explore topics such as the chemical foundations of living organisms, cell structure and function, and the classification of organisms. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BIOL 102, BIOL 103, BIOL 105, or BSCI 105.
21953 6980 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Bowen, Steven E Syllabus Course Materials
BIOL 102 Laboratory in Biology (1)
(Not open to students majoring in Biotechnology or Laboratory Management. Fulfills the laboratory science requirement only with previous or concurrent credit for BIOL 101.) Prerequisite or corequisite: BIOL 101. A hands-on study of the structure and function of living organisms. The goal is to apply the scientific method and to use scientific and quantitative reasoning to make informed decisions about experimental results in the biological sciences. Laboratory exercises emphasize the scientific method and explore topics such as the chemical foundations of living organisms, cell structure and function, and the classification of organisms. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BIOL 102, BIOL 103, BIOL 105, or BSCI 105.
21954 6981 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Blackwood, Christopher A Syllabus Course Materials
BIOL 102 Laboratory in Biology (1)
(Not open to students majoring in Biotechnology or Laboratory Management. Fulfills the laboratory science requirement only with previous or concurrent credit for BIOL 101.) Prerequisite or corequisite: BIOL 101. A hands-on study of the structure and function of living organisms. The goal is to apply the scientific method and to use scientific and quantitative reasoning to make informed decisions about experimental results in the biological sciences. Laboratory exercises emphasize the scientific method and explore topics such as the chemical foundations of living organisms, cell structure and function, and the classification of organisms. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BIOL 102, BIOL 103, BIOL 105, or BSCI 105.
22421 6982 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: MeBane, Niki G Syllabus Course Materials
BIOL 102 Laboratory in Biology (1)
(Not open to students majoring in Biotechnology or Laboratory Management. Fulfills the laboratory science requirement only with previous or concurrent credit for BIOL 101.) Prerequisite or corequisite: BIOL 101. A hands-on study of the structure and function of living organisms. The goal is to apply the scientific method and to use scientific and quantitative reasoning to make informed decisions about experimental results in the biological sciences. Laboratory exercises emphasize the scientific method and explore topics such as the chemical foundations of living organisms, cell structure and function, and the classification of organisms. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BIOL 102, BIOL 103, BIOL 105, or BSCI 105.
22422 6983 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Bowen, Steven E Syllabus Course Materials
BIOL 102 Laboratory in Biology (1)
(Not open to students majoring in Biotechnology or Laboratory Management. Fulfills the laboratory science requirement only with previous or concurrent credit for BIOL 101.) Prerequisite or corequisite: BIOL 101. A hands-on study of the structure and function of living organisms. The goal is to apply the scientific method and to use scientific and quantitative reasoning to make informed decisions about experimental results in the biological sciences. Laboratory exercises emphasize the scientific method and explore topics such as the chemical foundations of living organisms, cell structure and function, and the classification of organisms. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BIOL 102, BIOL 103, BIOL 105, or BSCI 105.
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22623 6380 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Biswas, Subrata Syllabus Course Materials
BIOL 102 Laboratory in Biology (1)
(Not open to students majoring in Biotechnology or Laboratory Management. Fulfills the laboratory science requirement only with previous or concurrent credit for BIOL 101.) Prerequisite or corequisite: BIOL 101. A hands-on study of the structure and function of living organisms. The goal is to apply the scientific method and to use scientific and quantitative reasoning to make informed decisions about experimental results in the biological sciences. Laboratory exercises emphasize the scientific method and explore topics such as the chemical foundations of living organisms, cell structure and function, and the classification of organisms. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BIOL 102, BIOL 103, BIOL 105, or BSCI 105.
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22637 6381 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Morin, Christine P Syllabus Course Materials
BIOL 102 Laboratory in Biology (1)
(Not open to students majoring in Biotechnology or Laboratory Management. Fulfills the laboratory science requirement only with previous or concurrent credit for BIOL 101.) Prerequisite or corequisite: BIOL 101. A hands-on study of the structure and function of living organisms. The goal is to apply the scientific method and to use scientific and quantitative reasoning to make informed decisions about experimental results in the biological sciences. Laboratory exercises emphasize the scientific method and explore topics such as the chemical foundations of living organisms, cell structure and function, and the classification of organisms. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BIOL 102, BIOL 103, BIOL 105, or BSCI 105.
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22659 6382 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Bae, Stacey J Syllabus Course Materials
BIOL 102 Laboratory in Biology (1)
(Not open to students majoring in Biotechnology or Laboratory Management. Fulfills the laboratory science requirement only with previous or concurrent credit for BIOL 101.) Prerequisite or corequisite: BIOL 101. A hands-on study of the structure and function of living organisms. The goal is to apply the scientific method and to use scientific and quantitative reasoning to make informed decisions about experimental results in the biological sciences. Laboratory exercises emphasize the scientific method and explore topics such as the chemical foundations of living organisms, cell structure and function, and the classification of organisms. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BIOL 102, BIOL 103, BIOL 105, or BSCI 105.
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22758 6383 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Sheikh, Amber Y. Syllabus Course Materials
BIOL 102 Laboratory in Biology (1)
(Not open to students majoring in Biotechnology or Laboratory Management. Fulfills the laboratory science requirement only with previous or concurrent credit for BIOL 101.) Prerequisite or corequisite: BIOL 101. A hands-on study of the structure and function of living organisms. The goal is to apply the scientific method and to use scientific and quantitative reasoning to make informed decisions about experimental results in the biological sciences. Laboratory exercises emphasize the scientific method and explore topics such as the chemical foundations of living organisms, cell structure and function, and the classification of organisms. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BIOL 102, BIOL 103, BIOL 105, or BSCI 105.
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22952 6384 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Lampel, Keith A Syllabus Course Materials
BIOL 102 Laboratory in Biology (1)
(Not open to students majoring in Biotechnology or Laboratory Management. Fulfills the laboratory science requirement only with previous or concurrent credit for BIOL 101.) Prerequisite or corequisite: BIOL 101. A hands-on study of the structure and function of living organisms. The goal is to apply the scientific method and to use scientific and quantitative reasoning to make informed decisions about experimental results in the biological sciences. Laboratory exercises emphasize the scientific method and explore topics such as the chemical foundations of living organisms, cell structure and function, and the classification of organisms. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BIOL 102, BIOL 103, BIOL 105, or BSCI 105.
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23140 6385 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: MeBane, Niki G Syllabus Course Materials
BIOL 102 Laboratory in Biology (1)
(Not open to students majoring in Biotechnology or Laboratory Management. Fulfills the laboratory science requirement only with previous or concurrent credit for BIOL 101.) Prerequisite or corequisite: BIOL 101. A hands-on study of the structure and function of living organisms. The goal is to apply the scientific method and to use scientific and quantitative reasoning to make informed decisions about experimental results in the biological sciences. Laboratory exercises emphasize the scientific method and explore topics such as the chemical foundations of living organisms, cell structure and function, and the classification of organisms. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BIOL 102, BIOL 103, BIOL 105, or BSCI 105.
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23141 6386 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Booker, Caressa A Syllabus Course Materials
BIOL 102 Laboratory in Biology (1)
(Not open to students majoring in Biotechnology or Laboratory Management. Fulfills the laboratory science requirement only with previous or concurrent credit for BIOL 101.) Prerequisite or corequisite: BIOL 101. A hands-on study of the structure and function of living organisms. The goal is to apply the scientific method and to use scientific and quantitative reasoning to make informed decisions about experimental results in the biological sciences. Laboratory exercises emphasize the scientific method and explore topics such as the chemical foundations of living organisms, cell structure and function, and the classification of organisms. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BIOL 102, BIOL 103, BIOL 105, or BSCI 105.
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23188 6387 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Adesanya, David O Syllabus Course Materials
BIOL 102 Laboratory in Biology (1)
(Not open to students majoring in Biotechnology or Laboratory Management. Fulfills the laboratory science requirement only with previous or concurrent credit for BIOL 101.) Prerequisite or corequisite: BIOL 101. A hands-on study of the structure and function of living organisms. The goal is to apply the scientific method and to use scientific and quantitative reasoning to make informed decisions about experimental results in the biological sciences. Laboratory exercises emphasize the scientific method and explore topics such as the chemical foundations of living organisms, cell structure and function, and the classification of organisms. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BIOL 102, BIOL 103, BIOL 105, or BSCI 105.
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23944 6388 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Sheikh, Amber Y. Syllabus Course Materials
BIOL 103 Introduction to Biology (4)
(Not open to students majoring in Biotechnology or Laboratory Management or to students who have completed BIOL 101 or BIOL 102. Fulfills the laboratory science requirement.) An introduction to the structure and function of living organisms. The aim is to apply the scientific method and use scientific and quantitative reasoning to make informed decisions about experimental results in the biological sciences. Topics include the chemical foundations of life, cell biology, genetics, evolution, ecosystems, and interdependence of living organisms. Discussion also covers the importance of the scientific method to biological inquiry and the impact of biological knowledge and technology on human societies. Laboratory activities emphasize the scientific method. Students may receive credit for only one of the following: BIOL 101 - BIOL 102, BIOL 103, BIOL 105, or BSCI 105.
20359 7380 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Dalfrey, Karen E Syllabus Course Materials
BIOL 103 Introduction to Biology (4)
(Not open to students majoring in Biotechnology or Laboratory Management or to students who have completed BIOL 101 or BIOL 102. Fulfills the laboratory science requirement.) An introduction to the structure and function of living organisms. The aim is to apply the scientific method and use scientific and quantitative reasoning to make informed decisions about experimental results in the biological sciences. Topics include the chemical foundations of life, cell biology, genetics, evolution, ecosystems, and interdependence of living organisms. Discussion also covers the importance of the scientific method to biological inquiry and the impact of biological knowledge and technology on human societies. Laboratory activities emphasize the scientific method. Students may receive credit for only one of the following: BIOL 101 - BIOL 102, BIOL 103, BIOL 105, or BSCI 105.
20360 7381 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Byres, David P Syllabus Course Materials
BIOL 103 Introduction to Biology (4)
(Not open to students majoring in Biotechnology or Laboratory Management or to students who have completed BIOL 101 or BIOL 102. Fulfills the laboratory science requirement.) An introduction to the structure and function of living organisms. The aim is to apply the scientific method and use scientific and quantitative reasoning to make informed decisions about experimental results in the biological sciences. Topics include the chemical foundations of life, cell biology, genetics, evolution, ecosystems, and interdependence of living organisms. Discussion also covers the importance of the scientific method to biological inquiry and the impact of biological knowledge and technology on human societies. Laboratory activities emphasize the scientific method. Students may receive credit for only one of the following: BIOL 101 - BIOL 102, BIOL 103, BIOL 105, or BSCI 105.
20361 7382 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Oguariri, Raphael M Syllabus Course Materials
BIOL 103 Introduction to Biology (4)
(Not open to students majoring in Biotechnology or Laboratory Management or to students who have completed BIOL 101 or BIOL 102. Fulfills the laboratory science requirement.) An introduction to the structure and function of living organisms. The aim is to apply the scientific method and use scientific and quantitative reasoning to make informed decisions about experimental results in the biological sciences. Topics include the chemical foundations of life, cell biology, genetics, evolution, ecosystems, and interdependence of living organisms. Discussion also covers the importance of the scientific method to biological inquiry and the impact of biological knowledge and technology on human societies. Laboratory activities emphasize the scientific method. Students may receive credit for only one of the following: BIOL 101 - BIOL 102, BIOL 103, BIOL 105, or BSCI 105.
20518 7383 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Williams, Simon A Syllabus Course Materials
BIOL 103 Introduction to Biology (4)
(Not open to students majoring in Biotechnology or Laboratory Management or to students who have completed BIOL 101 or BIOL 102. Fulfills the laboratory science requirement.) An introduction to the structure and function of living organisms. The aim is to apply the scientific method and use scientific and quantitative reasoning to make informed decisions about experimental results in the biological sciences. Topics include the chemical foundations of life, cell biology, genetics, evolution, ecosystems, and interdependence of living organisms. Discussion also covers the importance of the scientific method to biological inquiry and the impact of biological knowledge and technology on human societies. Laboratory activities emphasize the scientific method. Students may receive credit for only one of the following: BIOL 101 - BIOL 102, BIOL 103, BIOL 105, or BSCI 105.
21336 7384 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Hinkey, Lynne Syllabus Course Materials
BIOL 103 Introduction to Biology (4)
(Not open to students majoring in Biotechnology or Laboratory Management or to students who have completed BIOL 101 or BIOL 102. Fulfills the laboratory science requirement.) An introduction to the structure and function of living organisms. The aim is to apply the scientific method and use scientific and quantitative reasoning to make informed decisions about experimental results in the biological sciences. Topics include the chemical foundations of life, cell biology, genetics, evolution, ecosystems, and interdependence of living organisms. Discussion also covers the importance of the scientific method to biological inquiry and the impact of biological knowledge and technology on human societies. Laboratory activities emphasize the scientific method. Students may receive credit for only one of the following: BIOL 101 - BIOL 102, BIOL 103, BIOL 105, or BSCI 105.
21337 7385 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Eustice, Moriah R. Syllabus Course Materials
BIOL 103 Introduction to Biology (4)
(Not open to students majoring in Biotechnology or Laboratory Management or to students who have completed BIOL 101 or BIOL 102. Fulfills the laboratory science requirement.) An introduction to the structure and function of living organisms. The aim is to apply the scientific method and use scientific and quantitative reasoning to make informed decisions about experimental results in the biological sciences. Topics include the chemical foundations of life, cell biology, genetics, evolution, ecosystems, and interdependence of living organisms. Discussion also covers the importance of the scientific method to biological inquiry and the impact of biological knowledge and technology on human societies. Laboratory activities emphasize the scientific method. Students may receive credit for only one of the following: BIOL 101 - BIOL 102, BIOL 103, BIOL 105, or BSCI 105.
21338 7386 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Smith, Stephen A Syllabus Course Materials
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