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BIO 105 - Principles of Biology

A survey of the basic principles of biology including nature of science, cells, structure and function of organisms, genetics, evolution and ecology.  This course is designed to satisfy the biology requirement for general education and vocation-occupational curriculum majors.  It provides a basis for understanding principles common to all major fields of biology for the science or professional major.  This course along with BIO 123 (Introduction to Botany) and BIO 131 (General Zoology) is part of the three semester sequence that satisfies the IAI 910 Biology requirement.  Students who have completed BIO 105 with a grade of “C” or better will not receive credit for BIO 103 or BIO 104.

5 Semester hour(s)
Illinois Articulation Initiative (IAI)
IAI: L1 910L, BIO 910
Lecture/Lab Hours
4 lec, 2 lab/week

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