Courses will expose students to the breadth of biological concepts by including cell and molecular biology, plant structure and function, plant genetics and heredity, evolution, and ecology. Courses will engage students in science as a structured process that generates and refines knowledge through evidence-based decisions. Courses will emphasize the value and contributions of life science to society. Inclusion of scientific process skills development and the importance of science to society must each be evident in at least 25% of the course.
For more information on panel expectations and requirements in submission, please review the panel criteria and other important documents at the Panel Related Documents page: http://www.itransfer.org/IAI/PanelRelatedDocuments.aspx. Use the quick navigation to go to the "GECC Life Sciences Panel."
05/18/2015 - Special Note regarding ending of courses within this code (L1901/L): Per the memo on the Panel Related Documents page: http://www.itransfer.org/IAI/PanelRelatedDocuments.aspx, the panel is ending courses within this IAI code identified in the review process and by the panel as applied science courses. The specific information for the individual courses that will be ended is included below with effective dates. Please review the memo for more information.
L1901/L - Institutional Course Name - Effective Date Botany, Agriculture, Horticulture, or Crop Science - May 2017
See the complete list of affected courses on the Life Sciences panel's documents at http://www.itransfer.org/IAI/PanelRelatedDocuments.aspx.
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