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BIO 1060: Exploring Life’s Diversity
Non-Major’s Gen-Ed Biology Course
Available for Fall 2011!
Explore the diversity of life on Earth, along with the evolutionary relationships of
organisms large and small. From bacteria to fungi, plants to animals, learn what makes
each unique, and discover how they all interact …as well as the impact man has on this
wonderful world we live on.
Official course description:
A survey of the Kingdoms of living organisms to include
an introduction to the theory of evolution and the
evidence for evolution, and an introduction to the
fundamental principles of ecology. This course will not
satisfy the prerequisite requirement for other biology
courses. Credit, 3 semester hours.
Explore your world!