Biology (BIOL)

1110 [110]. General Biology [Biology Non-Majors]. (3)


1110L [112L]. General Biology Laboratory [Biology Laboratory for Non-Majors]. (1)


1140 [123]. Biology for Health Sciences [Biology for Health Related Sciences and Non-Majors]. (3)


1140L [124L]. Biology for Health Sciences Laboratory [Biology for Health Related Sciences and Non-Majors Lab]. (1)


191. Biodiversity. (2)


2110C [201L]. Principles of Biology: Cellular and Molecular Lecture and Laboratory [Molecular and Cell Biology]. (4)


2210 [237]. Human Anatomy and Physiology I [Human Anatomy and Physiology I for the Health Sciences]. (3)


2210L [247L]. Human Anatomy and Physiology I Laboratory [Human Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory I]. (1)


2225 [238]. Human Anatomy and Physiology II [Human Anatomy and Physiology II for the Health Sciences]. (3)


2225L [248L]. Human Anatomy and Physiology II Laboratory [Human Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory II]. (1)


223. Biotechnology Laboratory Techniques I. (4)


224. Biotechnology Laboratory Techniques II. (4)


225. Biotechnology Laboratory Techniques III. (3)


2305 [239]. Microbiology for Health Sciences [Microbiology for Health Sciences and Non-Majors]. (4)


2410C [202L]. Principles of Biology: Genetics Lecture and Laboratory [Genetics]. (4)


300. Evolution. (3)


303. Ecology and Evolution. (3, may be repeated three times Δ)


303L. Ecology and Evolution Laboratory. (1, may be repeated three times Δ)


304. Plant and Animal Form and Function. (3, may be repeated three times Δ)


304L. Plant and Animal Form and Function Laboratory. (1, may be repeated three times Δ)


310. Principles of Ecology. (3)


310L. Principles of Ecology Laboratory. (1)


**351. General Microbiology. (3)


**352L. General Microbiology Laboratory. (1)


360L. General Botany. (4)


365. Evolution of Human Sexuality. (3)


*371L. Invertebrate Biology. (4)


379. Conservation Biology. (3)


386L. General Vertebrate Zoology. (4)


400. Senior Honors Thesis. (1-3, no limit Δ)


*401. Topics in Cell and Molecular Biology. (3 or 4, may be repeated three times Δ)


402 / 502. Topics in Biology. (1-3, no limit Δ)


404 / 504. Topics in Physiology. (3 or 4, may be repeated three times Δ)


405 / 505. Ecosystem Dynamics. (3)


*406. Topics in Organismal Biology. (3 or 4, may be repeated once Δ)


408L / 508L. Bosque Internship. (3, may be repeated twice Δ)


409 / 509. Topics in Ecology-Evolution. (3 or 4, may be repeated three times Δ)


410 / 510. Ecological and Evolutionary Genomics. (4)


*412. Developmental Biology. (3)


*416L. Histology. (4)


419 / 519. Topics in Interdisciplinary Science. (3 or 4, may be repeated three times Δ)


*425. Molecular Genetics. (3)


*429. Molecular Cell Biology I. (3)


*435. Animal Physiology. (3)


445 / 545. Biology of Toxins. (3)


446 / 546. Laboratory Methods in Molecular Biology. (4)


*450. General Virology. (3)


*451. Microbial Ecology. (3)


*455. Ethology: Animal Behavior. (3)


456 / 556. Immunology. (3)


457 / 557. Diversity and Evolution of Animal Sexual Strategies. (3)


461L. Introduction to Tropical Biology. (4)


*463L. Flora of New Mexico. (4)


471 / 571. Plant Physiological Ecology. (3)


475 / 575. Community Ecology. (3)


480 / 580. Global Change Biology. (3)


482L / 582L. Parasitology. (4)


*483L. Discovering Arthropods. (4)


484 / 584. Biology of Fungi. (4)


485L / 585L. Entomology. (4)


*486L. Ornithology. (4)


*487L. Ichthyology. (4)


*488L. Herpetology. (4)


*489L. Mammalogy. (4)


*490. Biology of Infectious Organisms. (3)


491 / 591. Population Genetics. (3)


492 / 592. Introductory Mathematical Biology. (3)


*494. Biogeography. (3)


*495. Limnology. (3)


*496L. Limnology Laboratory. (1)


497. Principles of Gene Expression. (3)


498L / 598L. Genome Editing. (4)


499. Undergraduate Problems. (1-3, no limit Δ)


500. New Graduate Student Seminar. (1)


502 / 402. Topics in Biology. (1-3, no limit Δ)


504 / 404. Topics in Physiology. (3 or 4, may be repeated three times Δ)


505 / 405. Ecosystem Dynamics. (3)


508L / 408L. Bosque Internship. (3, may be repeated twice Δ)


509 / 409. Topics in Ecology-Evolution. (3 or 4, may be repeated three times Δ)


510 / 410. Ecological and Evolutionary Genomics. (4)


511. Macroecology. (3)


514. Ecosystem Studies. (3)


516. Basic Graduate Ecology. (4)


517. Basic Graduate Evolution. (4)


519 / 419. Topics in Interdisciplinary Science. (3 or 4, may be repeated three times Δ)


520. Topics in Interdisciplinary Biological and Biomedical Sciences. (3, no limit Δ)


545 / 445. Biology of Toxins. (3)


546 / 446. Laboratory Methods in Molecular Biology. (4)


551. Research Problems. (1-12, no limit Δ)


556 / 456. Immunology. (3)


557 / 457. Diversity and Evolution of Animal Sexual Strategies. (3)


561. Tropical Biology. (4)


571 / 471. Plant Physiological Ecology. (3)


575 / 475. Community Ecology. (3)


580 / 480. Global Change Biology. (3)


582L / 482L. Parasitology. (4)


584 / 484. Biology of Fungi. (4)


585L / 485L. Entomology. (4)


591 / 491. Population Genetics. (3)


592 / 492. Introductory Mathematical Biology. (3)


598L / 498L. Genome Editing. (4)


599. Master's Thesis. (1-6, no limit Δ)


651. Advanced Field Biology. (4-8)


699. Dissertation. (3-12, no limit Δ)


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