Summer Courses

*This list may not be 100% accurate, it is designed to provide an overview of what courses and labs are offered. For the most up-to-date version of course offerings please check the myCUinfo portal. This list was updated March 23 2017.


Summer Session A

EBIO 1030 (3) - Biology A Human Approach I

Lect. Studies the principles of biology and their implications. Central theme is humans and the environment, emphasizing ecology, natural resource conservation, and the interrelatedness of a growing human population. Recommended for nonscience majors. Meets MAPS requirement for natural science: non-lab. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: natural science.
Section Instructor Days Time Location Limit Class#
Lecture Buchwald, Robert M, Tu, W, Th, F 09:15am - 10:50am Duane Physics G125 50 12251
Lab Basey, John M Tu, W, Th 11:00am - 01-00pm Ramaley C148 18 12253
 
EBIO 1210 (3) - General Biology I
Lect. Provides a concentrated introduction to molecular, cellular, genetic, and evolutionary biology. Emphasizes fundamental principles, concepts, facts, and questions. Intended for science majors. Approved for GT-SC1. Meets MAPS requirement for natural science. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: natural science.
Section Instructor Days Time Location Limit Class#
Lecture Kelly, Caitlin M, Tu, W, Th, F 02:30pm - 04:05pm Ramaley C250 150 12254
Lab Basey, John M Tu, W, Th 09:00am - 11:00am Ramaley C147 18 12256
Lab Basey, John M Tu, W, Th 11:30am - 01:30pm Ramaley C147 18 12257
Lab Basey, John M Tu, W, Th 09:00am - 11:00pm Ramaley C151 18 17057
Lab Basey, John M Tu, W, Th 11:30am - 01:30pm Ramaley C151 18 17058
Lab Basey, John M Tu, W, Th 09:00am - 11:00am Ramaley C159 18 17059
Lab Basey, John M Tu, W, Th 11:30am - 01:30pm Ramaley C159 18 17060
 
EBIO 2070 (4) - Genetics: Molecules to Populations
Lect. and rec. Covers principles of genetics and developmental biology at levels of molecules, cellular organelles, individuals, and populations; asexual and sexual life cycles; and heredity. Recitations allow discussion of genetics problems and implications of genetic principles, and provide demonstrations and simulations of genetic processes. Intended for sophomore majors in EBIO. Recommended prereqs., EBIO 1210 and EBIO 1220 and EBIO 1230 and EBIO 1240 (min. grade C-). Credit not granted for this course and EBIO 2640.
Section Instructor Days Time Location Limit Class#
Lecture Bissell, Erin Katrine M, Tu, W, Th, F 09:15am - 10:50am Ramaley N183 36 12262
Lab Bissell, Erin Katrine Tu, W, Th 11:00am - 12:00pm Ramaley N183 18 12263
Lab Bissell, Erin Katrine Tu, W, Th 01:00pm - 02:00pm Ramaley N183 18 12264
 
EBIO 3010 (1-2) - Teaching Biology
Provides an opportunity to assist in teaching of specific laboratory section in EBIO under direct faculty supervision. Students must make arrangements with the faculty member responsible for the course in which they plan to assist. May be repeated up to 4 total credit hours. Formerly EPOB 3010.
 
EBIO 3080 (4) - Evolutionary Biology 
Lect. and lab. Emphasizes the fundamental evolutionary concepts that provide explanations for the diversification of life on Earth. Specific topics include the evidence for evolution, adaptation by natural selection, speciation, systematics, molecular and genome evolution, and macroevolutionary patterns and processes. Recitations allow students to explore specific topics in more depth and smaller groups. Recommended prereqs., EBIO 1210 and EBIO 1220 (min. grade C-). Credit not granted for this course and EBIO 3680.
Section Instructor Days Time Location Limit Class#
Lecture Pinzone, Cheryl Ann M, Tu, W, Th, F 09:15am - 10:50am ECON 117 47 14231
Lab Bissell, Erin Katrine Tu, W, Th 11:00am - 12:50pm Ramaley N1B36 25 12263
Lab Bissell, Erin Katrine Tu, W, Th 01:00pm - 02:50pm Ramaley N1B36 18 12264
 
EBIO 3400 (4) - Microbiology 
Lect. and lab. Surveys distinguishing characteristics of microorganisms based on structural-functional relationships, taxonomy, growth, and physical-chemical agents of control including antibiotics, metabolism, and genetics. Introduces applied microbiology emphasizing infectious diseases, basic concepts of immunology, and microbial ecology. Uses animals and/or animal tissues. Recommended prereqs., EBIO 1210 and EBIO 1220 and EBIO 1230 and EBIO 1240 (min. grade C-).
Section Instructor Days Time Location Limit Class#
Lecture Krons, Darlynn Rachel M, Tu, W, Th, F 12:45pm - 02:20pm  Duane Physics G2B21 36 13639
Lab   M, W, F 08:30am - 12:20pm Ramaley N1B24 18 13640
Lab   M, W, F 02:30pm - 06:20pm Ramaley N1B24 18 14128

Summer Session B

EBIO 1040 (4) - Biology: A Human Approach II
Lect. Continues EBIO 1030, focusing on the function of the human body, and maintenance of dynamic equilibrium in the internal environment in the face of a continually changing external environment. Discusses factors influencing these homeostatic conditions and how and why they change. Recommended for nonscience majors. Recommended prereq., EBIO 1030 (min. grade C-). Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: natural science.
Section Instructor Days Time Location Limit Class#
Lecture Buchwald, Robert M, Tu, W, Th, F 11:00am - 12:35pm Ramaley N183 40 12252
 
EBIO 1240 (3) - General Biology II
Provides a concentrated introduction to organisms, homeostasis, development, behavior, and ecology. Emphasizes fundamental principles, concepts, facts,and questions. Intended for science majors. Recommended prereq., EBIO 1210 (min. grade C-). Approved for GT-SC1. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum:natural science.
Section Instructor Days Time Location Limit Class#
Lecture Pinzone, Cheryl Ann M, Tu, W, Th, F 02:30pm - 04:05pm Ramaley C250 70 12255
Lab Basey, John M Tu, W, Th 09:00am - 11:00am Ramaley C147 18 12258
Lab Basey, John M Tu, W, Th 11:30am - 01:30pm Ramaley C147 18 12259
Lab Basey, John M Tu, W, Th 09:00am - 11:00pm Ramaley C151 18 17053
Lab Basey, John M Tu, W, Th 11:30am - 01:30pm Ramaley C151 18 17054
Lab Basey, John M Tu, W, Th 09:00am - 11:00am Ramaley C159 18 17055
Lab Basey, John M Tu, W, Th 11:30am - 01:30pm Ramaley C159 18 17056
 
EBIO 2040 (4) - Principles of Ecology
Lect. and lab. Introduces principles of ecology, emphasizing patterns and processes at various levels of biological organization. Scope global, but examples often from local environment. Laboratory emphasizes techniques of field biology. Uses animals and/or animal tissues. Recommended prereqs., EBIO 1030 and EBIO 1040 and EBIO 1050 or EBIO 1210 and EBIO 1220 and EBIO 1230 and EBIO 1240 (min. grade C-). Credit not granted for this course and EBIO 2640 or ENVS 2000.
Section Instructor Days Time Location Limit Class#
Lecture Buchwald, Robert M, Tu, W, Th, F 09:15am - 10:50am Ramaley N1B75 28 12260
Lab   Tu, W, Th 11:00am - 01:50pm Ramaley N1B63 28 12261
 
EBIO 3040 (4) - Conservation Biology
Applies principles of population ecology, population genetics, biogeography, animal behavior, and paleobiology to the maintenance of biodiversity and natural systems. The resulting theory is then applied to conservation policy and management techniques. Recommended prereq., EBIO 2040 or EBIO 2640 or ENVS 2000 (min. grade C-). Same as ENVS 3040.
Section Instructor Days Time Location Limit Class#
Lecture   M, Tu, W, Th, F 02:30pm - 04:05pm Ramaley N183 30 17162
Lab   Tu, W, Th 04:20pm - 05:10pm Ramaley N183 30 17163