BIOS S-1B Introduction to Organismic and Evolutionary Biology
This course covers anatomy and physiology, as well as the origin of life and principles of evolution. Laboratory sections scheduled throughout the series allow students to reinforce concepts covered in lecture. BIOS S-1b is part of an introductory biology series (BIOS S-1a and BIOS S-1b) that fulfills the medical school admission requirement of two semesters of biology.
Mondays, Wednesdays, 8:30-11:30 am
Harvard Art Museums 0505
Required labs Wednesdays, 1-4 pm. Required sections Mondays, time to be arranged.
Start dateMonday, June 25
High school biology, chemistry, and algebra. BIOS S-1a is not a prerequisite for BIOS S-1b. You may choose to take BIOS S-1b first, or concurrently with BIOS S-1a.
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Casey J. Roehrig, PhD.
Project Lead, HarvardX
Kalmia Smith, PhD.
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
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