The Natural World (Fall 2014)

Creativity and the Humanities Online

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This class concerns itself with the great variety and the interdependence of species that live on this planet. Students will discuss just how species evolve and grow and how they die and become extinct. Change over time in living organisms will be a major theme of this class.

Class sessions are primarily lecture based with some discussion. Assignments include examinations and short essays. In addition, a biodiversity field trip will give students practical experience in observing the living and the interactive cycle of one species. / This class figures as part of the MCAD undergraduate curriculum. / Open to students ages 16 and above.

Required Textbook: Biology: Life on Earth (10th Edition), Audeskirk/Byers (ISBN: 978-0321729712). 

Online Learning classes are not eligible for the early registration or multiple class discounts. 

Questions?

Contact MCAD Continuing Education at continuing_education@mcad.edu or call 612.874.3765.
 

Course Details

Course Number: HS 3357 10
Dates: Sep. 2 – Dec. 19
Days: 
Online - Asynchronous
Time: 
Online - Asynchronous
Instructor:
Murphy Pizza
Room:
Online - Asynchronous
Non-Credit Tuition: $1140.00
3 Credit Tuition: $2328.00

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