Conceptual Foundations of Biosciences
Units: 1.5, Hours: 3-0
An examination of the technology and theory that comprise the conceptual foundations of modern biology. Explores how we know what we know through critical analysis of selected original publications and review of theoretical foundations. Examines how this knowledge is used in decision making, how gender, political, philosophical and religious views impact interpretation, and how advances in technology and conceptual foundations may influence future biological research.
Note: Only one of 400, 489 may be counted as an upper-level credit toward degree programs in Biology.
Prerequisites: Fourth-year standing.
Undergraduate course in Biology offered by the Department of Biology in the Faculty of Science.