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Some Extended Learning courses will be opened to all students (on and off campus) for registration on Nov 20th. Tuition for undergraduate courses, with the exclusion of most travel courses, is banded (12-18 credits). Some programs/courses are approved for differential tuition, this charge is in addition to the 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
For information on which courses in this department charge differential tuition, visit our Tuition Differential Chart.
186230 BIOL 1110 90 Human Biology 4 NA Rave, Elizabeth *ONL 0/20 books
Proctored Test Requirement
On-campus students can register for this course beginning at noon on 11/20/17.
186209 BIOL 1120 90 Gen Biol/Evol & Ecology 3 NA Rave, Elizabeth *ONL 0/20 books
Proctored Test Requirement
On-campus students can register for this course beginning at noon on 11/20/17.
185867 BIOL 1212 01 Introductory Biology II 4 M W F 9:00am - 9:50am S 208 Staff 0/108 books
Must Register For Lab Section Also
185868 BIOL 1212 02 Introductory Biology II 4 M W F 2:00pm - 2:50pm S 208 Staff 0/108 books
Must Register For Lab Section Also
185873 BIOL 1212 50 Intro Biology II Lab 0 W 10:00am - 11:50am S 226 Staff 0/24 books
185874 BIOL 1212 51 Intro Biology II Lab 0 W 12:00pm - 1:50pm S 226 Staff 0/24 books
185875 BIOL 1212 52 Intro Biology II Lab 0 W 2:00pm - 3:50pm S 226 Staff 0/24 books
185876 BIOL 1212 53 Intro Biology II Lab 0 W 4:00pm - 5:50pm S 226 Staff 0/24 books
185869 BIOL 1212 54 Intro Biology II Lab 0 H 8:00am - 9:50am S 226 Staff 0/24 books
185870 BIOL 1212 55 Intro Biology II Lab 0 H 10:00am - 11:50am S 226 Staff 0/24 books
ID Dept. Crs. Sect. Title Cr. Days Time Location Instructor Md. Size  
185871 BIOL 1212 56 Intro Biology II Lab 0 H 12:00pm - 1:50pm S 226 Staff 0/24 books
185872 BIOL 1212 57 Intro Biology II Lab 0 H 2:00pm - 3:50pm S 226 Staff 0/24 books
185877 BIOL 1212 58 Intro Biology II Lab 0 H 4:00pm - 5:50pm S 226 Staff 0/24 books
186002 BIOL 1300 90 Medical Terminology 2 NA Openshaw, Kerry *ONL 2/25 books
Proctored Test Requirement
185926 BIOL 1930 01 Nursing Anat&Physi II 4 M W F 10:00am - 10:50am S 208 Wallert, Mark 2/120 books
Must Register For Lab Section Also
Required course for Nursing major. Replacing Biology 2110 Human Anatomy and Physiology. Prerequisite: Nursing Anatomy and Physiology I
185927 BIOL 1930 50 Nursing Anat&Physi II Lab 0 W 2:00pm - 3:50pm S 241 Wallert, Mark 0/24 books
185928 BIOL 1930 51 Nursing Anat&Physi II Lab 0 W 4:00pm - 5:50pm S 241 Staff 1/24 books
185929 BIOL 1930 52 Nursing Anat&Physi II Lab 0 H 10:00am - 11:50am S 241 Staff 1/24 books
185930 BIOL 1930 53 Nursing Anat&Physi II Lab 0 H 12:00pm - 1:50pm S 241 Staff 0/24 books
185931 BIOL 1930 54 Nursing Anat&Physi II Lab 0 H 2:00pm - 3:50pm S 241 Staff 0/24 books
ID Dept. Crs. Sect. Title Cr. Days Time Location Instructor Md. Size  
185879 BIOL 2110 01 Human Anat & Phys 5 M WHF 11:00am - 11:50am S 331 Openshaw, Kerry 2/48 books
Must Register For Lab Section Also
185880 BIOL 2110 51 Human Anat & Phys Lab 0 T 12:00pm - 1:50pm S 241 Openshaw, Kerry 2/24 books
185881 BIOL 2110 52 Human Anat & Phys Lab 0 T 2:00pm - 3:50pm S 241 Openshaw, Kerry 0/24 books
185882 BIOL 2360 01 Genetics 4 MTWH 1:00pm - 1:50pm S 203 Hamann, Michael 0/35 books
185883 BIOL 2610 01 General Ecology 3 T H 8:00am - 9:15am S 212 Koch, Richard 0/48 books
186006 BIOL 2925 90 People & Env: Biol Persp 3 NA Hiller, Brian *ONL 0/30 books
Course Meets Lib Ed Req Category 10
Proctored Test Requirement
On-campus students can register for this course beginning at noon on 11/20/17.
186007 BIOL 3150 90 Animal Behavior 3 NA Guelda, Debbie *ONL 0/20 books
Proctored Test Requirement
On-campus students can register for this course beginning at noon on 11/20/17.
185884 BIOL 3260 01 Medical Physiology 4 M W F 9:00am - 9:50am S 205 Openshaw, Kerry 0/22 books
T 9:00am - 10:50am S 241 Openshaw, Kerry
185901 BIOL 3300 01 Intro To Hematology 4 T H 8:00am - 9:50am S 237 Hamann, Michael 0/24 books
185917 BIOL 3362 01 Stream and River Ecology 4 T H 10:00am - 11:50am S 148 Koch, Richard 1/28 books
ID Dept. Crs. Sect. Title Cr. Days Time Location Instructor Md. Size  
186203 BIOL 3380 10 Molec Gen:Theory/Prac 4 T H 9:00am - 10:50am NHCC BIOL Arsham, Andrew 0/24 books
Instructor Permission Required
Course held at NORTH HENNEPIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Room BHCC 213. Prerequisite of BIOL 2360 Genetics.
186193 BIOL 3400 01 Fish/Wildlife Law &Admin 3 M W F 10:00am - 10:50am S 228 Hiller, Brian 0/30 books
186123 BIOL 3554 01 Rdgs in Aquatic Biology 1 W 2:00pm - 2:50pm S 148 Koch, Richard 1/25 books
185885 BIOL 3720 01 Plant Form and Function 4 M W F 11:00am - 11:50am S 203 Fulton, Mark 1/24 books
T 10:00am - 11:50am S 236 Fulton, Mark
186092 BIOL 3755 01 Medical Microbiology 3 M F 10:00am - 10:50am S 212 LaFerriere, Holly 1/72 books
Must Register For Lab Section Also
186094 BIOL 3755 50 Medical Microbiology Lab 0 H 1:00pm - 1:50pm S 212 LaFerriere, Holly 1/24 books
H 2:00pm - 3:50pm S 382
186096 BIOL 3755 51 Medical Microbiology Lab 0 H 1:00pm - 1:50pm S 212 LaFerriere, Holly 0/24 books
H S 382
186098 BIOL 3755 52 Medical Microbiology Lab 0 H 1:00pm - 1:50pm S 212 LaFerriere, Holly 0/24 books
H 2:00pm - 3:50pm S 382
185923 BIOL 3930 01 Dendrology 2 T 2:00pm - 3:40pm S 236 Fulton, Mark 1/24 books
Identification and basic ecology of woody plants in the Northern Minnesota region. Prerequisites: Basic Introductory Biology sequence (1211 & 1212 or equivalent) Will serve to partially satisfy the wildlife biology botany course requirement and will fully satisfy the plant taxonomy portion of the Wildlife Society professional certification. Otherwise suitable as a junior-level biology elective.
186105 BIOL 3930 02 Molecular Genetics 3 M W F 11:00am - 11:50am S 228 LaFerriere, Holly 0/24 books
Prerequisite: BIOL 2360. Co requisite: BIOL 3930 Molecular Techniques Lab. Course description: Identify and explain the major genetic information pathways, including replication, repair, transcription, RNA processing and translation. Compare and contrast the primary and higher order structures of DNA, RNA, and proteins. Examine the applications of molecular genetics in medicine, agriculture, industry, and forensics. Evaluate primary research articles that describe seminal discoveries in molecular genetics.
ID Dept. Crs. Sect. Title Cr. Days Time Location Instructor Md. Size  
186211 BIOL 3930 50 Molecular Techniques 2 T H 10:00am - 11:50am S 237 LaFerriere, Holly 0/24 books
Hamann, Michael
Prerequisite: BIOL 1211, CHEM 2211 and 2212, BIOL 2360. Co requisite: BIOL 3930 02 Molecular Genetics. Course description: The ability to conduct research at the molecular level is highly dependent upon being skilled at a variety of laboratory techniques, methods, and assays. Expert utilization of these techniquest is often required to successfully accept or reject a hypothesis proposed by a researcher. This course is meant to provide an opportunity for undergraduate students in the molecular-level sciences to gain skills in common methodologies related to molecular biology and biochemistry, with the goal of providing the necessary background to facilitate the student┐s ability to successfully pursue an independent project during their senior capstone experiences. The techniques taught in the course are also useful to those pursuing professional degree programs that may require some basic knowledge regarding antibody-based techniques, PCR, electrophoresis, and other common molecular biology techniques.
186003 BIOL 4030 90 Wetland Delineation/Class 3 NA Koch, Richard *ONL 0/25 books
Proctored Test Requirement
On-campus students can register for this course beginning at noon on 11/20/17.
186207 BIOL 4031 90 Adv Wetland Delineation 2 NA Koch, Richard ONL 0/10 books
On-campus students can register for this course beginning at noon on 11/20/17.
185894 BIOL 4210 01 Parasitology 4 M W F 12:00pm - 12:50pm S 203 Hiller, Brian 2/22 books
T 12:00pm - 1:50pm S 222 Hiller, Brian
185902 BIOL 4330 01 Upland Wildlife Mgmt 3 M W F 2:00pm - 2:50pm S 212 Hiller, Brian 0/35 books
185910 BIOL 4360 01 Developmental&Tumor Biol 4 M W F 1:00pm - 1:50pm S 205 Wallert, Mark 0/24 books
H 12:00pm - 2:50pm S 237 Wallert, Mark
186205 BIOL 4447 90 Genomics 3 NA Arsham, Andrew ONL 0/30 books
On-campus students can register for this course beginning at noon on 11/20/17. North Hennepin students ONLY must register for the lab section.
186204 BIOL 4448 60 Genomics Lab 2 H 2:00pm - 4:50pm NHCC BIOL Arsham, Andrew 0/24 books
Course held at NORTH HENNEPIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Room TBA
185913 BIOL 4510 01 Ornithology 4 M W F 8:00am - 8:50am S 205 Rave, Elizabeth 2/30 books
Must Register For Lab Section Also
185914 BIOL 4510 50 Ornithology Lab 0 T 8:00am - 9:50am S 214 Rave, Elizabeth 1/15 books
ID Dept. Crs. Sect. Title Cr. Days Time Location Instructor Md. Size  
185915 BIOL 4510 51 Ornithology Lab 0 H 8:00am - 9:50am S 214 Rave, Elizabeth 1/15 books
185893 BIOL 4534 01 Ichthyology 4 T H 2:00pm - 3:40pm S 148 Hafs, Andrew 1/24 books
Prerequisites will be enforced
186147 BIOL 4800 01 Adv Project Certification 0 ARR Openshaw, Kerry 0/20 books
185904 BIOL 4895 01 Adv Research Project II 2 T H 3:00pm - 4:50pm S 237 Wallert, Mark 0/10 books
Instructor Permission Required
185924 BIOL 4895 02 Adv Research Project II 2 M W 2:00pm - 3:50pm S 237 Hamann, Michael 0/10 books
185905 BIOL 4895 03 Adv Research Project II 2 M F 1:00pm - 3:00pm S 382 LaFerriere, Holly 0/10 books
Instructor Permission Required
185906 BIOL 4895 04 Adv Research Project II 2 W 1:00pm - 1:50pm S 124 Koch, Richard 0/12 books
Instructor Permission Required
185907 BIOL 4895 05 Adv Research Project II 2 W 2:00pm - 2:50pm S 236 Fulton, Mark 0/6 books
Instructor Permission Required
185935 BIOL 4895 06 Adv Research Project II 2 TBA Hiller, Brian 0/12 books
Instructor Permission Required
186145 BIOL 4895 07 Adv Research Project II 2 M W 2:00pm - 3:50pm S 214 Rave, Elizabeth 0/6 books
Wildlife Conclave. Course runs first 7 weeks and includes TWS Conference.
ID Dept. Crs. Sect. Title Cr. Days Time Location Instructor Md. Size  
185925 BIOL 4899 01 Fisheries Research II 2 T 10:00am - 11:50am S 331 Hafs, Andrew 1/12 books
186011 BIOL 4930 90 StemCells&RegenerMedicine 3 NA Wallert, Mark ONL 0/20 books
Prerequisites: BIOL 2630 Genetics and CHEM 2212 Principles of Chemistry II. On-campus students can register for this course beginning at noon on 11/20/17. Course description: This course is designed as an introduction to stem cell biology and the medical applications of stem cells including in the field of regenerative medicine.
185886 BIOL 4970 01 MLS Internship 12 ARR Hamann, Michael 0/7 books
185943 BIOL 4970 02 Internship 1 ARR Koch, Richard 0/1 books
185939 BIOL 4970 03 Internship 2 ARR Koch, Richard 0/1 books
186004 BIOL 5030 90 Wetland Delineation/Class 3 NA Koch, Richard ONL 0/10 books
On-campus students can register for this course beginning at noon on 11/20/17.
186208 BIOL 5031 90 Adv Wetland Delineation 2 NA Koch, Richard ONL 0/2 books
On-campus students can register for this course beginning at noon on 11/20/17.
185895 BIOL 5210 01 Parasitology 4 M W F 12:00pm - 12:50pm S 203 Hiller, Brian 0/2 books
T 12:00pm - 1:50pm S 222 Hiller, Brian
185887 BIOL 5260 01 Medical Physiology 4 M W F 9:00am - 9:50am S 205 Openshaw, Kerry 0/2 books
T 9:00am - 10:50am S 241 Openshaw, Kerry
185897 BIOL 5330 01 Upland Wildlife Mgmt 3 M W F 2:00pm - 2:50pm S 212 Hiller, Brian 0/5 books
ID Dept. Crs. Sect. Title Cr. Days Time Location Instructor Md. Size  
185911 BIOL 5360 01 Developmental&Tumor Biol 4 M W F 1:00pm - 1:50pm S 205 Wallert, Mark 0/4 books
H 12:00pm - 2:50pm S 237
185920 BIOL 5362 01 Stream and River Ecology 4 T H 10:00am - 11:40am S 148 Koch, Richard 0/2 books
186194 BIOL 5400 01 Fish/Wildlife Law &Admin 3 M W F 10:00am - 10:50am S 228 Hiller, Brian 0/3 books
186206 BIOL 5447 90 Genomics 3 NA Arsham, Andrew ONL 0/30 books
185888 BIOL 5510 01 Ornithology 4 M W F 8:00am - 8:50am S 205 Rave, Elizabeth 0/4 books
Must Register For Lab Section Also
185899 BIOL 5510 50 Ornithology Lab 0 T 8:00am - 9:50am S 214 Rave, Elizabeth 0/2 books
185898 BIOL 5510 51 Ornithology Lab 0 H 8:00am - 9:50am S 214 Rave, Elizabeth 0/2 books
185892 BIOL 5534 01 Ichthyology 4 T H 2:00pm - 3:50pm S 148 Hafs, Andrew 0/2 books
185889 BIOL 5720 01 Plant Form and Function 4 M W F 11:00am - 11:50am S 203 Fulton, Mark 0/5 books
T 10:00am - 11:50am S 236 Fulton, Mark
186210 BIOL 5930 01 Molecular Genetics 3 M W F 11:00am - 11:50am S 228 LaFerriere, Holly 0/2 books
Prerequisite BIOL 2360. Course description: Identify and explain the major genetic information pathways, including replication, repair, transcription, RNA processing and translation. Compare and contrast the primary and higher order structures of DNA, RNA, and proteins. Examine the applications of molecular genetics in medicine, agriculture, industry, and forensics. Evaluate primary research articles that describe seminal discoveries in molecular genetics.
ID Dept. Crs. Sect. Title Cr. Days Time Location Instructor Md. Size  
186012 BIOL 5930 90 StemCells&RegenerMedicine 3 NA Wallert, Mark ONL 0/4 books
On-campus students can register for this course beginning at noon on 11/20/17. Course description: This course is designed as an introduction to stem cell biology and the medical applications of stem cells including in the field of regenerative medicine.
185936 BIOL 6350 01 Cptr Apps in Statistics 3 M W F 1:00pm - 1:50pm HS 247 Hafs, Andrew 0/12 books
Fulton, Mark
185941 BIOL 6894 01 Adv Grad Lab Projects 2 T 1:00pm - 3:00pm S 382 LaFerriere, Holly 0/10 books
186212 BIOL 6930 01 Seminar 1 TBA Wallert, Mark 0/10 books
Prerequisite: Graduate Status in the Biology M.S. Degree. Course description: The course is designed to improve graduate student presentation skills. The primary activity is the preparation and presentation of a research seminar as part of the Biology Graduate Seminar Series.
185890 BIOL 6990 01 Thesis 1-6 ARR Guelda, Debbie 0/1 books
185891 BIOL 6990 02 Thesis 1-6 ARR Fulton, Mark 0/1 books
185896 BIOL 6990 03 Thesis 1-6 ARR Koch, Richard 0/3 books
185903 BIOL 6990 04 Thesis 1-6 ARR Hiller, Brian 0/2 books

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

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