COURSES OF STUDY
BI 425 Comparative Vertebrate Embryology (1)
A descriptive study of the development of vertebrates from
gametogenesis through organogenesis. Three lectures, one three-hour
laboratory, and one DHAR laboratory per week. Prerequisites: BI 115
and at least junior standing. Spring.
BI 442 Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy (1)
A study of the phylogenetic development of chordate systems with
special emphasis on the comparative morphology of a series of
vertebrates. Three lectures, one three-hour laboratory, and one DHAR
laboratory per week. Prerequisites: BI 115 and at least junior standing.
BI 470, 472, 499 Directed Research (1)
An advanced exploration of the practices and techniques of biological
research focusing on the design, execution, and presentation of
experiments, data analysis, and information retrieval. Two units are
required, one of which may be in the exploration or summer terms.