Office Pemberton Campus, Academic Building Room 305
Phone Number (609) 894-9311 Extention 1411
Spring 2013 Office Hours:
Pemberton, Academic Building Room 305
Monday 12:30-1:30 pm
Wed. and Fri. 8:25-9:25 am
Mt. Laurel, TEC 1st Floor Faculty Group Office
Tuesday and Thursday 8:25-9:25 am
Academic Advising by Appointment Only
Pemberton, Academic 305 Wednesday 11-1 pm
If I am absent due to illness then I will not have office hours.
If I am not on campus because of a class cancellation then office hours will not be held.
BIO.103 GENERAL BIOLOGY I ( 3 Credits )
Syllabus for General Biology I (Bio. 103)
Cellphone Policy for General Biology I (Bio. 103)
Grading for General Biology I (Bio. 103)
Chapter 1 Objectives for General Biology I (Bio. 103)
Detailed Syllabus for Biology I (Bio. 103)
Course Prerequisites : High School Biology or BIO. 120/121, high school chemistry or CHE.107/108, MTH 075,
college reading level and writing level
Catalogue Description : An exploration of the fundamental principles of biology with emphasis on the molecular and cellular basis of life. Topics include cell structure, function, mitosis, meiosis, genetics, evolution, and ecology.
Note: The laboratory is a seperate 1 Credit course (Bio.104).Bio. 120/121 was formerly Bio. 101 it is not a higher level course than Bio.103. It is for students with little or no
BIO.155 BASIC MICROBIOLOGY ( 3 Credits )
Syllabus for Basic Microbiology (Bio.155)
Cellphone Policy for Basic Microbiology (Bio. 155)
Detailed Syllabus for Basic Microbiology (Bio. 155)
Course Prerequisites: High school biology and chemistry. College reading level and ENG 101, MTH 075 or
Catalogue Description : Normal and abnormal microorganisms of humans with emphasis on transmission, prevention and control of pathogens is studied. This course is designed for students who have not taken General Biology I, i.e. two year nursing students and non biology majors.
BIO.221 GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY ( 3 Credits )
Syllabus for General Microbiology (Bio.221)
Cellphone Policy for General Microbiology (Bio. 221)
Course Prerequisites: BIO 103, BIO 104
Catalogue Description : This course is a study of the classification, structure, and fundamental aspects of microorganisms, including prokaryotes, protozoa, fungi, viruses, prions, and parasites. It includes discussions of the concepts of immunology and epidemiology.
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