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BIO-105 General Zoology

An introduction to members of the animal kingdom and their closest relatives. Study how animals have evolved adaptations that allow representatives to occupy all terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems. Students will learn how vertebrate and invertebrate animals are classified and how particular adaptive strategies are important for their survival though an examination of animal form and physiology. Lab fee $45. Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENG 101/ENG 101A and eligibility for any general education math.

Term: Fall 2021

Course Type: Credit - 4 Credits

Section: 004

Ways to take the class: Hybrid

Days: W

Time: 2:00PM to 4:45PM

Start Date: 08/30/2021

End Date: 12/19/2021

Location: Arnold Campus

Room: HLSB 105 Building:
Health and Life Sciences

Instructor: TBA

Class Size: 12

General Education Requirement: Science, Science Lab

Section Info: Note: This class will meet in-person one day per week for lab and discussion. The other half of the course will be delivered online asynchronously. The finalized schedule will be communicated in Canvas at the beginning of the semester. This section is participating in the Direct Digital Access program. A course materials fee of $75.45 will be charged to your student account when you register. Your course materials will be accessible in Canvas on or before the first day of class. For more information, visit http://bit.ly/AACC-DDA.