The Biology minor leads to scientific literacy in biology, chemistry, physics, and mathematics, and an understanding of their interrelationships.
This course introduces the core concepts in modern biology, with an emphasis on the way of thinking in science. Topics covered include an introduction to organisms and ecology, evolutionary theory, Mendelian genetics, biological chemistry, and biology of the cell. This course meets for four hours weekly in order to integrate laboratory experiences.
This field-based course focuses on the uniqueness of New England's ecology. Students investigate the geology, ecology, and natural history of regional sites including alpine meadow, mountains, and shorelines. The course includes preparation meetings on campus, day trips, and one weekend excursion.
Associate Professor of Biology, Director of College of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies Natural Science and Mathematics Division
A Quamrul Hassan
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