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BIOLĀ 1334. LIFE ON EARTH: EVOLUTION, ECOLOGY AND GLOBAL CHANGE. 3 Hours. (TCCN = BIOL 1307)

Scientific literacy is crucial for understanding the natural world and our relationship to it. In this lecture and lab course, non-science majors will learn about biologically-based problems facing today's society. Course themes include evolution, antibiotic resistance, genetic diversity, animal and bacterial and plant diversity, ecosystems, ecology and global change. This course will satisfy the laboratory science requirements for students in the Colleges of Liberal Arts and Business Administration, and in the School of Social Work. Formerly listed as BIOL 1434, credit will not be given for both.

Chemistry and Biochemistry - Undergraduate Programs

http://catalog.uta.edu/science/chemistry/undergraduate/

...Specifically, BIOL 3444 GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY and BIOL 3345...SCIE 1201 or SCIE 1334 (required for the...