BY101 Concepts in Biology (3) A broad overview of basic biological concepts including cell structure and function, genetics, ecology, evolution and diversity. Not applicable toward major or minor. Offered every fall This course is not accepted for the Natural World Biological Science requirement.

BY101 Concepts in Biology (3) A broad overview of basic biological concepts including cell structure and function, genetics, ecology, evolution and diversity. Not applicable toward major or minor. Offered every fall This course is not accepted for the Natural World Biological Science requirement.

An introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology for nursing and athletic training students. Not applicable toward the major or minor.

This course is designed to introduce students to the structure and function of cells, including basic chemistry, metabolism, mitosis, meiosis, genetics, and protein synthesis.  In the lab component of this course, students will learn to use microbiological techniques to isolate, culture and study soil-derived microbes.  

Senior seminar is a concentrated study of a single topic. This semester, we will be exploring the manipulation of host-cell signaling by microbial pathogens. Library research and oral presentation are required of all participants. Students will be expected to attend all presentations of their seminar topic and twelve additional science division presentations throughout their Aquinas experience.