WRITING IN BIOLOGY
Provides experience in written and oral means of communication especially useful to students in a natural science. The course includes communication of information acquired by library research or classroom instruction as well as that acquired experimentally in the laboratory or the field. Finding, analyzing, evaluating, and presenting information from electronic and other sources are integral parts of the course. The course is designed for majors in biology and health sciences, but may also serve other students in the College of Science and Technology who meet the prerequisites. This course is not applicable as a biology elective. Three hours lecture per week. This course earns two GEPs toward Goal 1 Communication and one GEP toward Goal 2 Information Literacy in general education. Prerequisites: ENGLISH.101 and BIOLOGY 115 or ENGLISH.101, BIOLOGY.114 and BIOLOGY 173.