Teacher in Charge: Miss E. BurgeRecommended Prior Learning
At least 14 credits from Sci 101 or Sci 102
Biology I 201
This is a foundation Biology course, introducing some basic biological principles and scientific skills. This course covers humans interacting with the environment, conservation, how plants and animals survive in their environment, cell biology and life processes. Skills that will be developed include data processing, experimental design, critical thinking, and use of microscopes. The standards chosen for assessment are from Biology and Earth and Space Science. The course is intended for students with an interest in Biology who do not intend to take Sciences at university level.
There is a 1 day field trip
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