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Liberal Education Requirements

Subject Catalog Number Title Description
BBE 1943W Freshman Seminar Technology and Society
Writing Intensive
BBE 2201 Renewable Energy and the Environment Technology and Society

BBE 3201 Sustainability of Food Systems: A Life Cycle Perspective Global Perspectives

BBE 4001 Chemistry of Biomass and Biomass Conversion to Fuels and Products Environment

BBE 4023W Process Control and Instrumentation Writing Intensive

BBE 4502W BBE Capstone Design Writing Intensive

BBE 4733 Renewable Energy Technologies Technology and Society

BIOC 4025W Laboratory in Biochemistry Writing Intensive

BIOC 4793W Directed Studies: Writing Intensive Writing Intensive

BIOC 4794W Directed Research: Writing Intensive Writing Intensive

BIOL 1001 Introductory Biology: Evolutionary and Ecological Perspectives Biological Sciences

BIOL 1001H Introductory Biology I: Evolutionary and Ecological Perspectives Biological Sciences

BIOL 1003 Evolution and Biology of Sex Biological Sciences

BIOL 1009 General Biology Biological Sciences

BIOL 1009H Honors: General Biology Biological Sciences

BIOL 1010 Human Biology: Concepts and Current Ethical Issues Biological Sciences
Civic Life and Ethics
BIOL 1015 Human Physiology, Technology, and Medical Devices Biological Sciences
Technology and Society
BIOL 1050 Environmental Biology: Science and Solutions Environment

BIOL 1055 Environmental Biology: Science and Solutions with Laboratory Biological Sciences
Environment
BIOL 1101 Genetics and Society Civic Life and Ethics

BIOL 1904 Innovation and Imagination in Ireland Global Perspectives

BIOL 1942 Science and Politics of Genetics and Reproduction Technology and Society

BIOL 1951 Foundations of Biology Lecture I for Biological Sciences Majors Biological Sciences

BIOL 1951H Foundations of Biology Lecture I for Biological Sciences Majors Biological Sciences

BIOL 1961 Foundations of Biology Lab I for Biological Sciences Majors Biological Sciences

BIOL 1961H Foundations of Biology Lab I for Biological Sciences Majors Biological Sciences

BIOL 2002 Foundations of Biology for Biological Sciences Majors, Part I Biological Sciences

BIOL 2002H Foundations of Biology for Biological Sciences Majors, Part I Biological Sciences

BIOL 2311 Integrative Biology Biological Sciences
Technology and Society
BIOL 2331 Anatomy and Physiology I Biological Sciences

PMB 3005W Plant Function Laboratory Writing Intensive

PMB 3007W Plant, Algal, and Fungal Diversity and Adaptation Writing Intensive

BIOL 3020 Molecular Biology and Society Technology and Society

BIOL 3209 Understanding the Evolution-Creationism Controversy Civic Life and Ethics

BIOL 3311 Genetics Biological Sciences
Technology and Society
BIOL 3344 Microbiology Environment

BIOL 4321W Deconstructing Research: Writing about Biological Research for Non-scientists Writing Intensive

BIOL 4793W Directed Studies: Writing Intensive Writing Intensive

BIOL 4794W Directed Research Writing Intensive

BMEN 2501 Cellular and Molecular Biology for Biomedical Engineers Biological Sciences

BMEN 4001W Biomedical Engineering Design I Writing Intensive

BMEN 4002W Biomedical Engineering Design II Writing Intensive

BSE 3361W Geography and Public Policy Writing Intensive

CEGE 1501 Environmental Issues and Solutions Physical Sciences
Environment
CEGE 3402W Civil Engineering Materials Writing Intensive

CEGE 3501 Introduction to Environmental Engineering Environment

CEGE 4102W Capstone Design for Civil Engineering Writing Intensive

CEGE 4104W Capstone Design for Geoengineering Writing Intensive

CEGE 5571 Acara Global Venture Design: Grand Challenges Global Perspectives

CFAN 1501 Biotechnology, People, and the Environment Technology and Society

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Important Dates

Academics

Mon, Mar 19, 2018 Spring second 7-week session begins
Fri, May 4, 2018 Last day of instruction
Sat, May 12, 2018 End of spring semester