Schedules of Classes

Schedule for Summer 2017, Vancouver, BIOLOGY

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Notes Sec SLN Cr Days & Times Bldg & Room Dates Instructor Limit Enrolled
BIOLOGY 101 [BSCI] Biology of Humans
V 01 03551 3 ARRGT ARR ARR Jun 05--Jul 28 W Cushwa 28 4
  Vancouver virtual course (NOT Global Campus); on first day (6/5/17), go to Blackboard for a message on accessing course materials. Students take 4 tests on campus (12-1pm OR 6:30-7:30pm): 6/15, 6/29, 7/13, and 7/27 (12-1 in VLIB 240, 6:30-7:30 in VLIB 260). If desired, students can use an online test proctoring test service ($18/test) to take the test from other locations and times on the specified days. Book is available as free PDF file or a hard copy can be purchased. For Bookie book purchase, select
BIOLOGY 111 [BSCI] Laboratory Experiments in Biology and Genetics
$ 01 03464 1 M,W11-14.20 VSCI 101 May 08--Jun 16 G Gakhar 24 13
  Additional assignment will be used to make up for Memorial Day holiday.
BIOLOGY 140 [BSCI] Introduction to Nutritional Science
H 01 03465 3 M14.30-17.30 VSCI 12 May 08--Jun 16 P Sayer 30 11
  Hybrid course with out-of-class work required
BIOLOGY 301 General Genetics
HX 01 03467 4 TU,TH9.55-11.35 VSCI 19 May 08--Jul 28 W Cushwa 30 19
  Hybrid course, significant out of class online work required. On campus meetings for discussion and testing. Email questions to instructor wcushwa@wsu.edu.
BIOLOGY 372 [M] General Ecology
$ 01 03640 4 M,W11-13.30 VUB 124 Jun 05--Jul 28 24 15
01 Lab 03641 0 M,W13.45-16.15 VSCI 109 Jun 05--Jul 28 24 15
BIOLOGY 403 Evolutionary Biology
01 03468 3 TU,TH12.50-15.30 VSCI 12 Jun 05--Jul 28 C O'rourke 30 7
BIOLOGY 492 Topics in Biology
01 03560 3 TU,TH10-16 VSCI 109 May 08--Jun 02 D Thomas 12 5
  Special Topic Title: Wetland Delineation Mitigation
  30 minute lunch break 12-12:30pm. Wetland Delineation and Mitigation: Wetlands are protected under the Clean Water Act, and since 1988 'no net loss of wetlands' has been a national goal. In Washington State, fill and removal in wetlands requires a joint state/federal permit, and may require mitigation. As a result, an understanding of wetlands is needed for many jobs in planning, development and natural resources management. This class offers an overview of wetlands values, hydrology, soils and vegetation,
BIOLOGY 499 Special Problems
S$ 01 V ARRGT ARR ARR May 08--Jul 28 J Bishop 1 1
BIOLOGY 700 Master's Research, Thesis, and/or Examination
01 04024 V ARRGT ARR ARR May 08--Jul 28 C Schultz 1 1
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