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BIOL 2720 - Sophomore Seminar

Description
Sophomore Seminar is required of all biology majors. Each section of the course will focus on a current topic, and students will learn the biology necessary to understand it, read articles to evaluate evidence for multiple perspectives on the issue, and discuss the social context of the problem. Students will read and discuss primary literature, learn to process and synthesize information, build an argument based on evidence, and write a scientific review paper. Students will also hone oral presentation skills. This course and BIOL 4850 together constitute the Writing Intensive Course in the Biology Major. The course will emphasize the process of writing in a formal scientific style as well as the quality of the final product. Informal writing will be used as a learning tool to reflect on concepts and respond to issues. Class meets twice per week. Offered spring semester. Offered in the College for Women. Prerequisites: BIOL 1710, BIOL 1720, BIOL 2710 (each with a C- or better).
Credits
2
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Recent Semesters
Spring 2019
Offered
TuTh, MW
Avg. Class Size
14
Avg. Sections
2