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BIOL 100 - Hands-on, inquiry methods will be used to investigate characteristics, processes, and phenomena common to humans and their environment; writing and testing hypotheses, analyzing results, drawing conclusions, and communicating results clearly to others will be emphasized. The importance and role of ethics in science will also be discussed.
BIOL 101 - Plant and animal interrelationships involving identification and classification and the significance of plants and animals to the environment and ultimately to man will be discussed in this course.
Six lecture credit hours and two laboratory credit hours are offered through Vincennes University's Project Excel for these courses.
* Please note that most topics covered are not be directly related to Indiana state standards as this is a dual credit course and different topics may be covered.