Sunday, March 6, 2016

Check out BAHS Summer Course Offerings

The Department of Biological and Allied Health Sciences plans to offer the following courses during Summer College 2016. This is a great chance to catch up or get ahead! Registration for Summer College courses will begin on March 28, 2016. For more information, please see:

First Six Weeks (Session 2), May  16 - June 24, 2016
Biology 101, Human Biology (Dr. Hansen)
Biology 114, Concepts in Biology 1 (Drs. Surmacz and Nolt)
Biology 173, Anatomy and Physiology 1 (Drs. Surmacz and Venditti)
Biology 208, Medical Terminology (Dr, Hansen)
Biology 242, Microbiology (Dr. Kipe-Nolt)
Biology 252 Field Zoology, May 30 to June 16 (Dr. Corbin)
Biology 343, Immunology (Dr. Brubaker)

Second Six Weeks (Session 3), June 27 to August 5, 2016
Biology 100, Cells, Genes and Molecules (Dr. Chamuris)
Biology 174, Anatomy & Physiology 2 (Drs. Hess and Coleman)
Biology 205, Introduction to Nutrition (Dr. Hess)

Courses taught by BAHS faculty at the Chincoteague Field Station (July 18 to August 5, 2016)
MarBio 221, Marine Invertebrates (Dr. Klinger)
MarBio 260, Marine Ecology (Dr. Hranitz)

Attention BS/BA Biology majors: Ecology will NOT be offered in the summer of 2016 or the spring of 2017. If you are planning on graduating in spring 2017, you must either take Ecology during fall 2016.