Biology | Introductory Biology Lectures
L104 | 0092 | Berndtson, A


Course format: Daily Lectures: 11:45A-1:00P, JH A100.

Requirements: This is a non-majors course. No biology background is
necessary.

Course description: Topic: Human Repproduction: From Conception to
Birth. This course is designed to explore the first nine months of
human development; beginning with fertiliztion (conception),
continuing throughout pregnancy (gestation) and ending with the birth
of a baby (parturition). This course will focus on the interactions
between the mother and the developing fetus during their nine-month
journey together and discuss how hormonal, nutritional and
environmental conditions within the womb can affect the health of the
newborn.

Required text: None.

Weekly assignments: Three weekly reading assignments.

Exam/papers: Four class exams - three class activities.