BI 160 General Biology: Cell
This course is an introduction to the nature and diversity of creation. Topics include characteristics and diversity of life, the chemistry of life, biologically relevant organic molecules, cellular structure and function, processes of energy capture and flow through cells, and importance of DNA in the cell cycle and genetics. It is required that students have a composite ACT score of at lease 23 to register for this class. Students with scores below this score should complete BI 110 and finish with a “C” or higher before enrolling in BI 160. This course is intended for students who plan to major in the natural sciences and/or who intend to complete a pre-health professions program.
BI 160 is a prerequisite or co-requisite for BI 161 . 3 hrs
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