BIO 104 Biological Foundations (Lecture 3, Lab 1)
Presentation of unifying concepts in cellular and molecular biology, genetics, ecology, behavior, evolution, and systematics. 3 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory weekly. (special fee)
BIO 112 Botany (Lecture 3, Lab 1)
Plant forms: correlating structure, function, and environment. 3 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory weekly. Prerequisite: C or better in BIO 104 lecture. (special fee)
BIO 216 Zoology (Lecture 3, Lab 1)
Survey of the major animal phyla, including discussion of the anatomy, physiology, embryology, evolution, and heredity of the major groups. Major emphasis on invertebrate phyla. 3 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory weekly. Prerequisite: C or better in BIO 104 lecture. (special fee)
BIO 225 Comparative Anatomy (Lecture 3, Lab 1)
Gross comparative vertebrate anatomy with laboratory, including dissection of five representative vertebrates. 3 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory weekly. Prerequisites: Biology 216 or equivalent. (special fee)
BIO 260 Biodiversity of Ecosystems (Lecture 3, Lab 1)
An introductory course in ecological biodiversity which points students toward an educated approach to the environmental questions which confront us as we enter the twenty-first century. 3 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory weekly. Prerequisite: Biology 104 or permission of instructor.
BIO 310 Marine Biology (Lecture 3, Lab 1)
Common marine organisms of the littoral seas, coral reef, and open ocean; interrelationships and problems of adaptation and survival. 3 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory weekly; field trips by announcement. Prerequisite: Biology 104 or 216. (special fee)
BIO 312 Ecology (Lecture 3, Lab 1)
Plants and animals in relation to their environments; population, communities, eco-systems, and behavioral patterns, utilizing many of the natural areas provided, such as coral reefs, hammocks, everglades. 3 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory including field work and research projects. Prerequisite: Biology 112 and 216, or equivalent. (special fee)
BIO 335 Comparative Physiology (Lecture 3, Lab 1)
Comparative study of homeostatic mechanisms in animals with special emphasis on vertebrates. 3 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory weekly. Prerequisites: Biology 225; Chemistry 343. (special fee)
BIO 340 Aquatic Botany (Lecture 3, Lab 1)
An examination of pelagic marine and shelf metaphyta, brackish estuary, and freshwater plants, with emphasis on the life cycle, identification and structure of algae. 2 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory weekly. Prerequisite: Biology 112. (special fee)
BIO 352 Biochemistry (Lecture 3, Lab 1)
Molecular structure in the cell, biological oxidations, selected biosynthetic pathways, molecular genetics. Same as Chemistry 352.
BIO 360 Dynamics of Restoration Ecology (3)
The efficient utilization and development of resources for preserving and restoring the delicate homeodynamics of aquatic, soil, plant, forest, and wildlife habitats. Saturday field trips may be required. Prerequisite: BIO 260, or BIO 312.
BIO 460 Restoration Models: Everglades (3)
Recognizing the multitude of problems that years of abuse have created in ecosystems, and the various proposed solutions that are necessary for the effective restoration of ecosystems using the Everglades as a model. Prerequisite: BIO 260 or BIO 312.
BIO 465 Ecological Field Study (10-15)
An opportunity for students to work in the field of ecological science on individual or group projects. Prerequisite: 11 s.h. of biology course work including BIO 260 or BIO 312. (Cost variable.) (Dean's permission required.)
BIO 475 Seminar (3)
Presentation of reports, discussions, lectures, and papers on selected topic(s) in biology.
CHE 111, 112 General Chemistry and Qualitative Analysis (3) (3)
Chemical principles and descriptive inorganic chemistry for students majoring in science and mathematics. Prerequisite for CHE 111: CHE 110 or high school chemistry and mathematics placement in MAT 100C or higher; Corequisite: 111L. Prerequisite for CHE 112: grade of C or better in CHE 111 and CHE 111L and mathematics placement in MAT 109 or higher; Corequisite CHE 112L. (Fall 111, Spring 111 & 112, Summer 112)
CHE 111L, 112L General Chemistry and Qualitative Analysis Laboratory (1) (1)
Three hour laboratory to be taken concurrently with CHE 111, 112. (Special fee)
CHE 343 Organic Chemistry (3) (3)
Chemistry of carbon compounds, their structure, reactivity, and reaction mechanisms. Prerequisite for CHE 343: CHE 112, 112L; Corequisite: CHE 343L.
CHE 343L, Organic Chemistry
Laboratory (1) (1)
Three hour laboratory to be taken concurrently with CHE 343. (Special fee)
CHE 321 Quantitative Analysis (4)
Theory and practice of analysis, including volumetric, colorimetric, gravimetric and electrochemical procedures. 2 hours lecture, 6 hours laboratory. Prerequisite: grade of C or better in Chemistry 112. (Special fee) (Fall)
PHY 151, 151L Introductory Physics (3) (1)
Basic concepts of physics, for students desiring a one-semester course with laboratory. 3 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory. PHY 151 and PHY 151L must be taken concurrently. (Special fee) (Fall, Spring)
PHY 201, 201L, 202, 202L General College
Physics (3) (1) (3) (1)
Mechanics, heat, wave phenomena, electricity and magnetism, optics, modern physics. 3 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in MAT 110 or equivalent, and satisfactory score on PHY assessment test (can be taken as much as 1 year before taking course); recommended: MAT 211. PHY 201 and 201L must be taken concurrently, also PHY 202 and 202L. Prerequisite for PHY 202: grade of C or better in PHY 201, 201L. (Special fee) (PHY 201, Fall; PHY 202, Spring)
MAT 211 Calculus I (4)
Limits of functions and approximation; differentiation and integration of elementary functions; maxima and minima applications. Prerequisite: MAT 110 with a grade of C or above, or appropriate math SAT or ACT score.