Need another course for your first fall semester at Tech? The Biology of Sex and Death (BIOL) is a lab science that covers the applications of biology to things relevant to human health and the environment, and hits on key biological thinking along the way. The class is small and taught in a very interactive manner, with lots of hands of biological thinking to help you appreciate and practice science as a process. We cover how to interpret graphs, build in study strategies, and work on teams in class. BIOL 1220 was designed for non-science majors and is an approved Lab Science that fulfills the Core Area D requirement.
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