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Some Extended Learning courses will be opened to all students (on and off campus) for registration on Nov 26th. 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.
196206 BIOL 1110 01 Human Biology 4 M W F 11:00am - 11:50am HS 103 Rave, Elizabeth 24/24 Full books
Must Register For Lab Section Also
196207 BIOL 1110 50 Human Biology Lab 0 Riley, Joseph 24/24 Full books
M 12:00pm - 1:50pm S 226 Marjamaa, Heather
195213 BIOL 1110 90 Human Biology 4 NA Rave, Elizabeth ONLP 18/20 books
Proctored Test Requirement
On-campus students can register for this course beginning at noon on 11/26/18.
195544 BIOL 1112 01 A&P for Allied Health II 4 M W F 10:00am - 10:50am S 208 Owens, Kjerstin 89/120 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
195552 BIOL 1112 50 A&P/Allied Health II Lab 0 W 2:00pm - 3:50pm S 241 Owens, Kjerstin 8/24 books
195553 BIOL 1112 51 A&P/Allied Health II Lab 0 W 4:00pm - 5:50pm S 241 Kooiker, Amanda 18/24 books
195554 BIOL 1112 52 A&P/Allied Health II Lab 0 H 10:00am - 11:50am S 241 Kooiker, Amanda 23/24 books
195555 BIOL 1112 53 A&P/Allied Health II Lab 0 H 12:00pm - 1:50pm S 241 Tader, Brooke 19/24 books
195556 BIOL 1112 54 A&P/Allied Health II Lab 0 H 2:00pm - 3:50pm S 241 Tader, Brooke 21/24 books
195212 BIOL 1120 90 Gen Biol/Evol & Ecology 3 NA Rave, Elizabeth ONLP 25/25 Full books
Proctored Test Requirement
On-campus students can register for this course beginning at noon on 11/26/18.
ID Dept. Crs. Sect. Title Cr. Days Time Location Instructor Md. Size  
195215 BIOL 1211 90 Introductory Biology I 4 NA Guelda, Debbie ONLP 20/20 Full books
Proctored Test Requirement
On-campus students can register for this course beginning at noon on 11/26/18.
195059 BIOL 1212 01 Introductory Biology II 4 M W F 9:00am - 9:50am S 208 Morris, Diane 77/108 books
Must Register For Lab Section Also
195060 BIOL 1212 02 Introductory Biology II 4 M W F 2:00pm - 2:50pm S 208 Morris, Diane 81/108 books
Must Register For Lab Section Also
195065 BIOL 1212 50 Intro Biology II Lab 0 W 10:00am - 11:50am S 226 Love, Mark 24/24 Full books
195066 BIOL 1212 51 Intro Biology II Lab 0 W 12:00pm - 1:50pm S 226 McNamara, Shannon 9/24 books
195067 BIOL 1212 52 Intro Biology II Lab 0 W 2:00pm - 3:50pm S 226 Love, Mark 14/24 books
195068 BIOL 1212 53 Intro Biology II Lab 0 W 4:00pm - 5:50pm S 226 McNamara, Shannon 11/24 books
195061 BIOL 1212 54 Intro Biology II Lab 0 H 8:00am - 9:50am S 226 Coyle, Cody 23/24 books
195062 BIOL 1212 55 Intro Biology II Lab 0 H 10:00am - 11:50am S 226 Coyle, Cody 23/24 books
195063 BIOL 1212 56 Intro Biology II Lab 0 H 12:00pm - 1:50pm S 226 Peterson, Samuel 22/24 books
ID Dept. Crs. Sect. Title Cr. Days Time Location Instructor Md. Size  
195064 BIOL 1212 57 Intro Biology II Lab 0 H 2:00pm - 3:50pm S 226 Peterson, Samuel 23/24 books
195069 BIOL 1212 58 Intro Biology II Lab 0 H 4:00pm - 5:50pm S 226 Orgon, Tyler 9/24 books
195201 BIOL 1300 90 Medical Terminology 2 NA Arsham, Andrew ONL 42/40 Full books
Course available to both online and on campus students.
195073 BIOL 2360 01 Genetics 4 MTWH 12:00pm - 12:50pm S 203 Hamann, Michael 49/45 Full books
195074 BIOL 2610 01 General Ecology 3 M W F 9:00am - 9:50am S 203 Koch, Richard 36/48 books
195115 BIOL 2750 01 Medical Microbiology 3 M F 10:00am - 10:50am S 212 LaFerriere, Holly 55/72 books
Must Register For Lab Section Also
195116 BIOL 2750 50 Medical Microbiology Lab 0 H 1:00pm - 1:50pm S 212 LaFerriere, Holly 23/24 books
H 2:00pm - 3:50pm S 382
195117 BIOL 2750 51 Medical Microbiology Lab 0 H 1:00pm - 1:50pm S 212 LaFerriere, Holly 23/24 books
H 2:00pm - 3:50pm S 382
195118 BIOL 2750 52 Medical Microbiology Lab 0 H 1:00pm - 1:50pm S 212 LaFerriere, Holly 9/24 books
H 2:00pm - 3:50pm S 382
195722 BIOL 3074 01 Molecular Techniques 2 M W 1:00pm - 2:50pm S 237 Hamann, Michael 19/24 books
ID Dept. Crs. Sect. Title Cr. Days Time Location Instructor Md. Size  
196347 BIOL 3074 10 Molecular Techniques 2 T H 9:00am - 10:50am NHCC BIOL Arsham, Andrew 13/24 books
Course held at NORTH HENNEPIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Room BHCC 213.
195205 BIOL 3150 90 Animal Behavior 3 NA Guelda, Debbie ONLP 20/20 Full books
Proctored Test Requirement
On-campus students can register for this course beginning at noon on 11/26/18.
196469 BIOL 3170 01 Dendrology 2 T 2:00pm - 3:50pm S 236 Fulton, Mark 14/24 books
196315 BIOL 3250 01 Human Anatomy 4 M W F 11:00am - 11:50am S 212 Owens, Kjerstin 16/24 books
T 12:00pm - 1:50pm S 241
195075 BIOL 3260 01 Human Physiology 4 M W F 9:00am - 9:50am S 205 Wallert, Mark 22/22 Full books
T 9:00am - 10:50am S 241
195088 BIOL 3300 01 Intro To Hematology 4 M W F 10:00am - 10:50am S 203 Hamann, Michael 18/24 books
T 10:00am - 11:50am S 237
Lecture and Lab
195099 BIOL 3362 01 Stream and River Ecology 4 T H 10:00am - 11:50am S 148 Guelda, Debbie 23/24 books
196329 BIOL 3380 01 Molecular Genetics 3 M W F 11:00am - 11:50am S 228 LaFerriere, Holly 20/24 books
Prerequisite: BIOL 2360. 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.
196330 BIOL 3380 90 Molecular Genetics 3 NA LaFerriere, Holly ONL 24/24 Full books
On-campus students can register for this course beginning at noon on 11/26/18. Prerequisite: BIOL 2360. 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.
196331 BIOL 3630 01 Conservation Biology 3 T H 12:30pm - 1:45pm S 228 Rave, Elizabeth 18/18 Full books
ID Dept. Crs. Sect. Title Cr. Days Time Location Instructor Md. Size  
196350 BIOL 3710 10 Microbiology 4 M W 9:00am - 11:50am NHCC BIOL Melchior, Paul 21/24 books
Course held at NORTH HENNEPIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Room BHCC 213.
195076 BIOL 3720 01 Plant Form and Function 4 M W F 11:00am - 11:50am S 203 Fulton, Mark 24/24 Full books
T 10:00am - 11:50am S 236
196333 BIOL 3850 01 Marine Biology 3 M W F 10:00am - 10:50am S 148 Koch, Richard 25/25 Full books
196334 BIOL 3930 01 Ornithology 3 M W 8:00am - 8:50am S 214 Rave, Elizabeth 17/16 Full books
T 8:00am - 9:50am S 214
Prerequisites: BIOL 1211 and 1212. Replaces BIOL 4510/5510 Ornithology. Morphology, ecology, behavior, classification, distribution, and evolution of birds. Lecture, laboratory, and field study (early morning field trips and one or two all-day field trips).
196335 BIOL 3930 02 Ornithology 3 W F 9:00am - 9:50am S 214 Rave, Elizabeth 14/16 books
H 8:00am - 9:50am S 214
Prerequisites: BIOL 1211 and 1212. Replaces BIOL 4510/5510 Ornithology. Morphology, ecology, behavior, classification, distribution, and evolution of birds. Lecture, laboratory, and field study (early morning field trips and one or two all-day field trips).
195202 BIOL 4030 90 Wetland Delineation/Class 3 NA Koch, Richard ONLP 36/35 Full books
Proctored Test Requirement
2 required field visits. On-campus students can register for this course beginning at noon on 11/26/18.
195094 BIOL 4360 01 Developmental&Tumor Biol 3 M W F 1:00pm - 1:50pm S 205 Wallert, Mark 8/22 books
195082 BIOL 4534 01 Ichthyology 4 T H 2:00pm - 3:50pm S 148 Hafs, Andrew 27/24 Full books
Prerequisites will be enforced.
196336 BIOL 4715 90 Clinical Microbiology 3 NA LaFerriere, Holly ONL 9/24 books
On-campus students can register for this course beginning at noon on 11/26/18.
196506 BIOL 4800 01 Adv Project Certification 0 ARR Wallert, Mark 1/1 Full books
ID Dept. Crs. Sect. Title Cr. Days Time Location Instructor Md. Size  
195090 BIOL 4895 01 Adv Research Project II 2 T H 2:00pm - 3:50pm S 237 Hamann, Michael 7/8 books
Instructor Permission Required
195102 BIOL 4895 02 Adv Research Project II 2 M F 1:00pm - 2:50pm S 382 LaFerriere, Holly 3/10 books
Instructor Permission Required
195091 BIOL 4895 03 Adv Research Project II 2 W 1:00pm - 1:50pm S 124 Koch, Richard 8/12 books
Instructor Permission Required
195092 BIOL 4895 04 Adv Research Project II 2 W 2:00pm - 2:50pm S 236 Fulton, Mark 3/6 books
Instructor Permission Required
195093 BIOL 4895 05 Adv Research Project II 2 M W 2:00pm - 3:50pm S 214 Rave, Elizabeth 4/6 books
Wildlife Conclave. Course runs first half of semester and includes MN TWS Conference.
196339 BIOL 4895 06 Adv Research Project II 2 T H 2:00pm - 3:50pm S 246 Owens, Kjerstin 1/8 books
Instructor Permission Required
195103 BIOL 4899 01 Fisheries Research II 2 W 11:00am - 12:50pm S 148 Hafs, Andrew 10/12 books
196431 BIOL 4910 01 Tchg Assoc Ornithology 3 ARR Rave, Elizabeth 1/1 Full books
196463 BIOL 4910 02 Tchg Assoc Medical Microb 1 ARR LaFerriere, Holly 1/1 Full books
196501 BIOL 4910 03 DIS: Tracking Study 2 ARR Fulton, Mark 1/1 Full books
ID Dept. Crs. Sect. Title Cr. Days Time Location Instructor Md. Size  
196575 BIOL 4920 90 Molecular Biology Sympos 1 NA Arsham, Andrew ONL 4/15 books
195206 BIOL 4930 10 Bioinformatics 3 T H 2:00pm - 3:20pm NHCC BIOL Arsham, Andrew 17/40 books
Course held at NORTH HENNEPIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Room BHCC 104. Prerequisites: BIOL 2630 Genetics. Course description: Genomics is the study of the structure, organization, evolution, and conservation of whole genomes - because the unprecedented volume and complexity of data produced by modern genomics the discipline of bioinformatics has arisen to create methods and tools for the organization and analysis of genomic data including genome annotation, variant discovery, metagenomics, gene expression profiling, and more. This hands-on course will meet twice a week for 90 minutes to gain firsthand experience of the applications of bioinformatics and computational biology to the understanding of genome organization, gene function, and evolution. Students will learn to use the Galaxy genome toolkit to analyze disease-associated genome variants, RNA expression data, and microbiome data. Students will also use genome browser software to analyze and annotate raw genome sequence, including searching for and identifying most likely homologs, identifying transcriptional and translational start sites and intron/exon boundaries, and depositing processed sequence annotations in genome databases. Students who complete a package of sequence annotations will qualify as authors on research publications through the Genomics Education Partnership, a national undergraduate research collaborative.
195077 BIOL 4970 01 MLS Internship 12 ARR Hamann, Michael 4/7 books
195114 BIOL 4970 02 Internship 1 ARR Koch, Richard 1/1 Full books
Instructor Permission Required
196584 BIOL 4970 03 Internship 1-2 ARR Hafs, Andrew 1/1 Full books
196569 BIOL 4970 80 Internship 0-1 ARR Hafs, Andrew 1/1 Full books
196585 BIOL 4980 01 Research 1 ARR Hamann, Michael 1/1 Full books
195203 BIOL 5030 90 Wetland Delineation/Class 3 NA Koch, Richard ONLP 2/5 books
Proctored Test Requirement
2 required field visits.
195078 BIOL 5260 01 Human Physiology 4 M W F 9:00am - 9:50am S 205 Wallert, Mark 1/2 books
T 9:00am - 10:50am S 241
Instructor Permission Required
196444 BIOL 5260 02 Human Physiology 3 ARR Wallert, Mark 1/1 Full books
ID Dept. Crs. Sect. Title Cr. Days Time Location Instructor Md. Size  
195095 BIOL 5360 01 Developmental&Tumor Biol 3 M W F 1:00pm - 1:50pm S 205 Wallert, Mark 0/2 books
195100 BIOL 5362 01 Stream and River Ecology 4 T H 10:00am - 11:50am S 148 Guelda, Debbie 0/2 books
196340 BIOL 5380 01 Molecular Genetics 3 M W F 11:00am - 11:50am S 228 LaFerriere, Holly 0/2 books
Prerequisite: BIOL 2360. 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.
195081 BIOL 5534 01 Ichthyology 4 T H 2:00pm - 3:50pm S 148 Hafs, Andrew 1/2 books
196341 BIOL 5630 01 Conservation Biology 3 T H 12:30pm - 1:45pm S 228 Rave, Elizabeth 0/2 books
195080 BIOL 5720 01 Plant Form and Function 4 M W F 11:00am - 11:50am S 203 Fulton, Mark 2/5 books
T 10:00am - 11:50am S 236
196342 BIOL 5850 01 Marine Biology 3 M W F 10:00am - 10:50am S 148 Koch, Richard 0/5 books
196343 BIOL 5930 01 Ornithology 3 M W 8:00am - 8:50am S 214 Rave, Elizabeth 1/2 books
T 8:00am - 9:50am S 214
Replaces BIOL 4510/5510 Ornithology. Morphology, ecology, behavior, classification, distribution, and evolution of birds. Lecture, laboratory, and field study (early morning field trips and one or two all-day field trips).
196344 BIOL 5930 02 Ornithology 3 W F 9:00am - 9:50am S 214 Rave, Elizabeth 0/2 books
H 8:00am - 9:50am S 214
Replaces BIOL 4510/5510 Ornithology. Morphology, ecology, behavior, classification, distribution, and evolution of birds. Lecture, laboratory, and field study (early morning field trips and one or two all-day field trips).
195111 BIOL 6350 01 Cptr Apps in Statistics 3 Fulton, Mark 10/12 books
M W F 1:00pm - 1:50pm S 371 Hafs, Andrew
ID Dept. Crs. Sect. Title Cr. Days Time Location Instructor Md. Size  
196345 BIOL 6890 01 Grants and Contracts 2 T 12:00pm - 1:50pm S 148 Koch, Richard 8/25 books
196570 BIOL 6894 80 Adv Grad Lab Projects 1 ARR Hamann, Michael 1/1 Full books
196587 BIOL 6910 01 DIS: Phage Biology 3 ARR LaFerriere, Holly 1/1 Full books
196481 BIOL 6910 80 DIS: Seasonal Macroinvert 1 ARR Guelda, Debbie 1/1 Full books
196441 BIOL 6930 01 Seminar 1 M 4:00pm - 4:50pm S 205 Wallert, Mark 9/10 books
195172 BIOL 6990 01 Thesis 1-6 ARR Guelda, Debbie 1/1 Full books
Instructor Permission Required
195173 BIOL 6990 02 Thesis 1-6 ARR Fulton, Mark 2/1 Full books
Instructor Permission Required
195174 BIOL 6990 03 Thesis 1-6 ARR Koch, Richard 4/3 Full books
Instructor Permission Required
196000 BIOL 6990 04 Thesis 1-6 ARR Wallert, Mark 1/2 books
Instructor Permission Required
196434 BIOL 6990 05 Thesis 5 ARR Hamann, Michael 1/1 Full books
196447 BIOL 6990 80 Thesis 1 ARR Hafs, Andrew 2/2 Full books
196542 BIOL 6990 81 Thesis 6 ARR Hafs, Andrew 1/6 books

Media Types - These codes help students understand how classes are structured.
BLND - Blended/Hybrid: 25-75% of instruction is online with regularly scheduled in-person meetings.
ITV - Interactive Television
ONL - Completely Online: 100% of the instruction is online.
ONLP - Course has proctored exams or up to two in-person meetings.

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