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Below you will find the list of courses offered through the College's schools, departments, and programs. This list includes important information about each course, including the course description, credit hours, prerequisites, repeatability, and more. Use the filters to narrow your search.

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100 courses found. Showing results 1–10.
  • BIOL-B 221 The Biology of Coffee: Botany, Physiology, and Sustainability (3 cr.) P: Must be a Hutton Honors College student. Addresses three intertwined aspects of the biology of coffee: the botany of coffee plants and coffee beans, the human physiological response to coffee and caffeine, and the biological sustainability issues surrounding the growth of coffee plants and the production of coffee.
  • BIOL-B 300 Vascular Plants (4 cr.) P: One introductory biology course. Survey of the ferns, gymnosperms, and flowering plants, including their morphology, classification, ecology, evolution, and economic importance.
  • BIOL-B 351 Fungi (3 cr.) P: BIOL-L 111; and BIOL-H 111 or BIOL-L 112. R: Junior or senior standing. Morphology, life histories, classification, genetics, physiology, development, ecology, medical and economic importance of fungi.
  • BIOL-B 352 Fungi: Laboratory (2 cr.) Laboratory and field studies of fungi and their activities.
  • BIOL-B 364 Summer Flowering Plants (4 cr.) P: One introductory biology course. For those desiring a broad, practical knowledge of common wild and cultivated plants.
  • BIOL-B 368 Ethnobotany (3 cr.) P: BIOL-L 111. Plants in relation to man with primary emphasis on food plants.
  • BIOL-B 371 Ecological Plant Physiology (3 cr.) P: College chemistry; and BIOL-L 111; and BIOL-H 111 or BIOL-L 112. The interrelationships among plant function and temperature, water supply, nutrient level, light quality, light quantity, gases, and other organisms.
  • BIOL-B 373 Mechanisms of Plant Development (4 cr.) P: BIOL-L 111; and BIOL-L 211 or BIOL-S 211. Lecture and lab explore the physiological and molecular mechanisms controlling plant growth and development from germination to reproduction. Studies structural and functional relationships with an emphasis on how external stimuli like light, gravity, nutrition, and temperature affect gene activities and physiological processes that control growth.
  • BIOL-E 111 Basic Biology by Examination I (3 cr.) Credit by examination for demonstrating an understanding of basic facts and concepts of the lecture content of BIOL-L 111. Credit given for only one of BIOL-E 111 or BIOL-L 111.
  • BIOL-E 112 Basic Biology by Examination II (3 cr.) Credit by examination for demonstrating an understanding of basic facts and concepts of the lecture content of BIOL-L 112. Credit given for only one of the following: BIOL-E 112, BIOL-L 100, BIOL-L 104, BIOL-L 112, or BIOL-Q 201.