Please note: Courses marked with "[PR]" in the "Cat. No./Title" column have prerequisites or permission requirements that must be met before enrolling; for details, see course description by clicking on the course title.
|BIOL101 The Basis of Life||J Tenzar||Jan 30 - May 5||Online||-||-||3||14360||$1140.00|
Description for BIOL101:
The uniqueness of life within the physical universe. The matter and energy of life, the genetic code, molecular biology, and the origin and evolution of life. An overview for students in the humanities and social sciences of those features which distinguish living organisms from non-living things. No background in the natural sciences is required.
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|BIOL108 Introduction to Nutrition||A Bradley||Jan 30 - May 1||Copley|
Muriel S. Snowden International School, 150 Newbury Street, Boston, MA 02116
|M||6:00 - 9:00p||3||4482||$1140.00|
Description for BIOL108:
Introduction to the elements of nutrition with emphasis on nutrition for humans; examination of food stuffs and nutritional quality, physiology of food utilization, food quality regulations, and the global ecology of food production. No background in the natural sciences is required.
Distribution: Natural Sciences
|BIOL330 Biology of Fishes||J Bender||Jan 24 - May 2||New England Aquarium||Tu||5:30 - 8:30p||3||14318||$1140.00|
Description for BIOL330:
The evolution, ecology, genetics, taxonomy, and structure of fish. Biological problems of general interest are emphasized, such as breeding systems, genetics of sex determination, evolution by means of chromosome duplication, environmental physiology, and migration.
Prerequisite: BIOL 252 or 254 and BIOL 290. Instructor permission required.