The BIOL-L 100 course offers the non-major an opportunity to examine the fundamental principles of biology and to prepare for more advanced courses should the decision be made to continue in biology.
The 200-400 level non-major courses are designed to acquaint students possessing minimal science background with the basic principles underlying the modern biological sciences. Emphasis is given to those biological concepts and advances that are of prime importance to the liberally educated non-scientist.
In addition to BIOL-L 100, the following courses are intended for non-majors: BIOL-L 104, PHSL-P 130, BIOL-L 200, BIOL-M 200, BIOL-L 215, PHSL-P 261, PHSL-P 262, PHSL-P 263, BIOL-L 300, BIOL-L 302, BIOL-L 310, BIOL-L 316, BIOL-L 350, BIOL-L 363, BIOL-L 378, and BIOL-L 499
For more information, visit the Biology page on the IU Northwest Bulletin.