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Biology and Society

(3 0 cr.) - Session(s): Fall, Spring, Summer | Course Every Year

Recent advances in biology and medicine are creating many new and complex social issues and conflicts.  Developing a community of concerned responsibility to resolve these issues requires an understanding of the underlying biological principles involved and of the various potential solutions.  Through a series of selected topics Biology and Society will present the pertinent basic biological concepts and will foster discussion of values and issues involved in making personal decisions about each topic. Prerequisite: any lab science course.

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(919) 760-8593