This is an introductory course in modern biological sciences that uses the topics of cell biology, genetics (both molecular and applied), evolution, and ecology to build in students a strong sense of the scientific method and development of skills in the areas of data interpretation, scientific investigation, and evaluation of models and experimental results.
- Teacher: Chris Marks
For participants to see their grades they can go online to: https://workshop.quincy.edu/workshops/resource.php and click "your ws history". Enter SSN and DOB. Grades will be there! If students need or want to request an official transcript, visit the same site, click "request transcript" and print out the form. Mail the form with payment to the Registrar's Office.)Please submit all forms to Graduate Credit Workshops, Quincy University, 1800 College Ave., Quincy, IL 62301.
- Teacher: Lisa Raucci
This course presents concepts and ideas concerning the commonality and diversity of all living organisms. The basic notion of life, including cellular and chemical processes necessary for life, is investigated in the laboratory and explained in the text and lectures. Further study focuses on man, life systems, and the interaction of man with his environment.