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BIOL 3313. HUMAN ADAPTATION AND THE CONCEPT OF RACE. 3 Hours.

The study of modern human biological variation in the context of the history of the concept of race. Detailed historical review explores changing perspectives on variation within our species. Course examines physiological adaptations to environmental stress among a variety of human populations and implications of recent genetic research. Offered as BIOL 3313 and ANTH 3311; credit will only be granted in one department.

Interdisciplinary Graduate Programs

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...TBD*** BIOL UPPER LEVEL 1 ***TBD*** BIOL UPPER...Prerequisite: CSE 2320, MATH 3313. CSE 5368. NEURAL...

Psychology - Undergraduate Programs

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...Motivation BIOl/PSYC 3322 Brain and Behavior BIOL...and Creative Thinking PSYC 3313 Gender and Culture...

Kinesiology - Undergraduate Programs

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...Coaching Invasion Games KINE 3313 Coaching Net/Wall...for PT: NURS 3309 , BIOL 1442 , PHYS 1442...