Biology | Heredity, Evolution and Society
L369 | 1415 | Ruf, E

Course Format: Lecture: 9:30A-10:45A, TR, JH 239, during which
discussion and student participation will be encouraged.

Prerequisites:  None.

Course Description: An understanding of important biological concepts
can be a powerful intellectual tool when applied to questions about
human origins and behavior. This course is designed to present
relevant concepts in an understandable way to students who are not
majoring in biology and may not have a science background. The course
touches on a wide range of biological levels of organization, from
molecules and basic cellular processes to genetics, evolution, human
behavior and hominid origins.

Required Text: TBA

Weekly Assignments: TBA

Exams/Papers: TBA