BIO 383 - Evolution
 
(4 cr.) (3 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) This course examines the mechanisms of evolutionary change and surveys the evolutionary and phylogenetic history of life on earth. Because evolution is often a focus of social debate about ways of knowing and about the nature of humanity, students also explore the history of this debate and its influence on society. Students enrolling in the graduate level of this course are expected to complete course goals beyond those students enrolled in BI 383. Prerequisite: 1 group; BIO 101, BIO 101L, BIO 102, BIO 102L; BIO 150, BIO 151; Every Year, Spring
 
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