Readings in Biology is a two-credit course involving library research, discussion, and possible written work on a chosen topic in the biological sciences. Students must ask a Biology faculty member familiar with the topic to be their sponsor.
These courses are often used as preparation for Undergraduate Research in Biology or Honors Research in Biology.
Readings in Biology Courses:
Freshman BI 171/172
Sophomore BI 271/272
Junior BI 371/372
Senior BI 471/472
Note: Each Readings course is two credits and does not count toward major requirements.