General Biology II

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Description: This course is the second in a two part series covering a general study of life processes, emphasizing basic concepts of biology suitable as a general education elective for non-science majors. Concepts to be covered in this second part include: comparative anatomy and physiology of animal organ systems, natural selection, evolution and speciation, diversity of Life, organisms and their environment; and animal behavior.

Registration for in-classroom or hybrid course offerings include lecture (BIO116) and lab (BIO116L).

Upcoming In-Classroom Course Offerings (Lecture and Lab):
Jul 27, 2019 - Aug 21, 2019 (Saturday/Sunday)
Sep 21, 2019 - Oct 16, 2019 (Saturday/Sunday)
Nov 14, 2019 - Dec 18, 2019 (Thursday/Friday)
Nov 16, 2019 - Dec 18, 2019 (Saturday/Sunday)

Upcoming Hybrid Course Offerings (Lecture Online with 4-day Intensive In-Classroom Lab):
Jul 25, 2019 - Aug 21, 2019 (in-classroom lab MTW 8/12 through 8/14 (8am-5pm), Thursday 8/15 (8am-10:30am))
Sep 19, 2019 - Oct 16, 2019 (in-classroom lab MTW 10/7 through 10/9 (8am-5pm), Thursday 10/10 (8am-10:30am))

Upcoming 100% Online Course Offerings (Lecture Only):
Jul 25, 2019 - Aug 21, 2019

Highly Recommended Prerequisite: General Biology I (BIO111 and BIO111L) or equivalent
Course Format: Accelerated Science Courses take place in 4 or 5 weeks. Classes and laboratories are offered in many formats such as daytime, nights, weekends, in-classroom, hybrid (classroom and online), and 100% online. All courses repeat regularly, giving many opportunities to complete the course(s) you need.

Classes fill quickly, so please do not wait to apply. Students are registered on a first-come, first-served basis. All courses are listed in SCU publications and the application regardless of the current number of registrants. Registration is not confirmed until an email is sent. If you do not receive a confirmation email, please confirm registration by emailing [email protected].

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