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23 Courses Found.

Courses are charged a per credit tuition rate. Some programs/courses are approved for differential tuition, this charge is in addition to the base tuition rate. Please review your charges on your fee statement in e-Services.
ID Dept. Crs. Sect. Title Cr. Days Time Location Instructor Md. Size  
Biology
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181250 BIOL 1110 90 Human Biology 4 NA Rave, Elizabeth *ONL 6/20 books
Course begins 5/30 and ends 7/28.
Proctored Test Requirement
181252 BIOL 1120 90 Gen Biol/Evol & Ecology 3 NA Rave, Elizabeth *ONL 2/20 books
Course begins 5/30 and ends 7/28.
Proctored Test Requirement
181253 BIOL 1211 90 Introductory Biology I 4 NA Guelda, Debbie *ONL 2/20 books
Course begins 5/30 and ends 6/30.
Proctored Test Requirement
181254 BIOL 1212 90 Introductory Biology II 4 NA Guelda, Debbie *ONL 5/20 books
Course begins 5/30 and ends 6/30.
Proctored Test Requirement
181275 BIOL 1300 90 Medical Terminology 2 NA Openshaw, Kerry *ONL 6/25 books
Course begins 5/15 and ends 6/16.
Proctored Test Requirement
181255 BIOL 2339 90 Ethics Fish/Wildlife Mgmt 3 NA Hafs, Andrew ONL 2/20 books
Course begins 5/10 and ends 5/26.
181256 BIOL 2360 90 Genetics 4 NA Hamann, Michael *ONL 12/20 books
Course begins 5/10 and ends 7/28.
Proctored Test Requirement
181257 BIOL 2610 90 General Ecology 3 NA Koch, Richard *ONL 7/20 books
Course begins 5/30 and ends 7/28.
Proctored Test Requirement
181258 BIOL 2925 90 People & Env: Biol Persp 3 NA Hiller, Brian *ONL 0/20 books
Course begins 5/30 and ends 6/30.
Proctored Test Requirement
181259 BIOL 3150 90 Animal Behavior 3 NA Guelda, Debbie *ONL 2/20 books
Course begins 5/30 and ends 6/30.
Proctored Test Requirement
ID Dept. Crs. Sect. Title Cr. Days Time Location Instructor Md. Size  
181260 BIOL 3400 90 Fish/Wildlife Law &Admin 3 NA Hiller, Brian *ONL 2/20 books
Course begins 5/30 and ends 6/30.
Proctored Test Requirement
181261 BIOL 3420 90 HumDimenWldlf&FishMgmnt 3 NA Hiller, Brian *ONL 1/20 books
Course begins 5/30 and ends 6/30.
Proctored Test Requirement
181262 BIOL 3630 90 Conservation Biology 3 NA Rave, Elizabeth *ONL 6/18 books
Course begins 6/5 and ends 6/30.
Proctored Test Requirement
181270 BIOL 3850 90 Marine Biology 3 NA Koch, Richard *ONL 1/20 books
Course begins 5/30 and ends 7/28.
Proctored Test Requirement
181264 BIOL 3930 90 Introductionto Vaccinolog 4 NA Wallert, Mark ONL 4/18 books
Course begins 5/30 and ends 7/28.
Prerequisites: Biology 1211 - Intro to Biology I and Biology 1212 - Intro to Biology II
181266 BIOL 4030 90 Wetland Delineation/Class 3 NA Koch, Richard *ONL 1/20 books
Course begins 5/30 and ends 7/28.
Proctored Test Requirement
181338 BIOL 4330 90 Upland Wildlife Mgmt 3 NA Hiller, Brian *ONL 0/20 books
Course begins 5/30 and ends 6/30.
Proctored Test Requirement
181268 BIOL 4620 90 Evolution 3 NA Rave, Elizabeth *ONL 2/18 books
Course begins 7/3 and ends 7/28.
Proctored Test Requirement
181267 BIOL 5030 90 Wetland Delineation/Class 3 NA Koch, Richard *ONL 0/5 books
Course begins 5/30 and ends 7/28.
Proctored Test Requirement
181269 BIOL 5620 90 Evolution 3 NA Rave, Elizabeth *ONL 0/2 books
Course begins 7/3 and ends 7/28.
Proctored Test Requirement
181263 BIOL 5630 90 Conservation Biology 3 NA Rave, Elizabeth *ONL 0/2 books
Course begins 6/5 and ends 6/30.
Proctored Test Requirement
181271 BIOL 5850 90 Marine Biology 3 NA Koch, Richard *ONL 0/5 books
Course begins 5/30 and ends 7/28.
Proctored Test Requirement
181265 BIOL 5930 90 Introductionto Vaccinolog 4 NA Wallert, Mark ONL 0/6 books
Course begins 5/30 and ends 7/28.
Prerequisites: Biology 1211 - Intro to Biology I and Biology 1212 - Intro to Biology II.......This course will introduce students to the field of vaccinology and aspects of the bioscience industry related to vaccine discovery, production, and testing. Students will learn about the history of vaccines; the production of vaccines in a regulated environment; the benefits and concerns with vaccine use. The course will include a discussion of vaccine types delivery, efficacy, and safety. Students will learn about the mechanism of action of different vaccines; traditional verses modern vaccine production methods, the process of clinical trials and approval for new vaccines; and discuss ethical concerns related to vaccine use.

Media Types
*ONL - Predominately Online (may have up to 2 class meetings OR require proctored exams)
BLND - Blended - face to face and online class meetings
IND - Independent Study
ITV - Interactive Television
ONL - Completely Online (no face to face meetings or synchronous online meetings)
ONLS - Completely Online with some synchronous class meetings

Last updated at 2:17pm on Feb 27, 2017