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BADM 294 Related Studies

A project realistically related to the student’s

future work is identified and designed by

the student. Information pertinent to the

problem is gathered and incorporated into a

business format. The project provides a re-

view of knowledge gained through previous

course work. (2 cr)

BADM 295 Delta Epsilon Chi

Various topics in marketing including DECA

competitive events. (1‑3 cr)

BADM 299 Special Topics

Various topics in Marketing including DECA

competitive events. Approval of instructor.

(1‑3 cr)

BIOL—Biology

BIOL 111 Concepts of Biology

Study of cells, cellular reproduction, genet-

ics, DNA, ecology, DNA, human anatomy

and physiology, evolution, population growth

and ecosystems. Labs used to supplement

concepts. (4 cr)

BIOL 115 Human Structure and Func-

tion

This course integrates the structure and

function of the human body. Examines the

structure and function of cells, tissues and

the organ systems through models, pre-

served specimens and physiological tests.

Note: This course is offered collaboratively

by Williston State College. (4 cr)

BIOL 124 Environmental Science

Study of ecological principles as related to

human involvement with nature, with em-

phasis on current ecological problems and

possible solutions. Solutions will be empha-

sized by way of conversation techniques,

renewable resources, recycling, reducing

pollution and controlling overpopulation.

Basic themes will include overpopulation,

resource depletion, pollution, management

and land-use planning. (4 cr)

BIOL 150 General Biology

I

Basic concepts in biology, general chemistry,

biochemistry, cellular biology, membrane

transport, enzymes, photosynthesis, cel-

lular respiration, cellular reproduction DNA,

genetics and viruses. The course is broadly

designed to satisfy the requirements for

lecture/labratory curricula and biological/

professional careers. (4 cr)

BIOL 151 General Biology II

Study of the unity and diversity of life with

topics in botany, zoology, evolution and

ecology. The course will relate organism

structure and function to the environment

and evolutionary processes. Botany involves

the review of photosynthesis, phylogenetic

classifications of plants and structure and

function of higher plants. Zoology encom-

passes the classification of invertebrates and

vertebrates with detailed examination of

their structures, functions and ecology. Basic

evoluntionary processes will be defined and

evaluated. Prerequisite: BIOL 150.

(4 cr)

BIOL 202 Microbiology

Introduction to Microbiology primarily

geared to nursing students and allied health

careers with a basic background in chemis-

try and biology. The course is designed for a

survey of all bacteria in general with empha-

sis in their structures, function, and growth

factors. It also provides a background in

bacterial diseases of humans, techniques,

collecting, skills, and microbial agents used

to control bacteria and viruses. Includes

three laboratory hours per week. Prerequi-

site: BIOL 150 or BIOL 221. (4 cr)