Distance Learning

Distance Learning Center

Orientation Details

Online Orientation for BIOL-D010.-65Z
(It is highly recommended that you print out this page for future reference.)
Instructor Contact Information
Instructor Eric Pane
Office Hours
Office Location Science Cluster - second floor SC1
Office Phone
Email paneeric@fhda.edu
Website
A Message from your Instructor
Welcome to Biology 10. This course introduces you to the scientific study of life in all its wondrous forms. Our goal is to help you gain a working knowledge of the fundamental principles of biology. We also want you to be impressed by the workings of biological systems, and to end the quarter with some key facts, tons of questions about Biology, and the skills, interest and curiosity to pursue their answers. Course lectures are available for download through the course site on the Catalyst server. Mandatory on-campus labs meet once per week. Labs are designed with hands-on activities to reinforce concepts taught in lecture modules. In Summer 2012 section 65Z lab will be held on Mondays and Wednesdays from 11:30 pm to 2:30 pm in room S-52.
Hours of Study
Be prepared to spend a minimum of 15 hours per week using and studying the course materials.
How to get started in your course
An introduction to biology as a branch of the biological sciences and to its basic unifying principles, with selected application to the scientific method, evolutionary concepts, genetic modification, biotechnology, ecology, ecological crises and human impacts. An introduction to biology as a branch of the biological sciences and to its basic unifying principles, with selected application to the scientific method, evolutionary concepts, genetic modification, biotechnology, ecology, ecological crises and human impacts. Prerequisites: Student Learning Objectives for this course are: 1. Evaluate the correlation of structure and function in plants and animals 2. Identify and explain the characteristics of Life. 3. Demonstrate an understanding of the impacts of human activities on the biosphere. 4. Apply principles of the scientific method to every day problems and develop potential plans for solutions. Prerequisites: Not open to students who have completed Biology 6A, 6B, 6C, or equivalent. See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Not open to students who have completed Biology 6A, 6B, 6C, or equivalent. See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5.


Distance Learning
Building: MLC 250
Email: distance@deanza.edu
Phone: 408.864.8969
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Last Updated: 9/5/13