Well, if you've answered yes to any of these questions, then you should consider signing up for my Bio 10 class. In class we have three rules:
This 12-week course covers a broad range of topics in biology:
You won't be an expert at the end of this course, but you might just decide that you'd like to become one!
Essentials of the Living World by George Johnson, McGraw Hill Publisher, 2009 3rd edition
Lecture notes and lab manual available in bookstore. Look under BIO10 and Instructor's name "Cuff-Alvarado"
Would you like to take this class as an honors cohort?
This is a fantastic option for students who want to exceed course expectations and have BIO10H on their transcript.
The cohort entails additional work in order to earn an Honors designation for this class on your transcript. You must commit to participating in the Honors cohort by the fourth week of the quarter by submitting a signed cohort contract to the Honors Program office. You may download a contract form from the Honors Web site. Once you commit to the Honors portion, you will be expected to complete the extra work. Failure to complete the Honors work will result in a lowering of your Honors course grade.