and nervous systems; and the senses. Dissection, histological studies and physiology are featured in the laboratory experience. A 120 minute laboratory is required. CODE B

BIO 202 Human Anatomy & Physiology II, 4 hours


Prerequisite: A g rade of “C” or better in BIO 201. This course covers the structure and function of the human body. Included is a study of basic nutrition and metabolism; basic principles of fluids, electrolyte, and acid-base balance; and the endocrine, respiratory, digestive, urinary, cardiovascular, lymphatic, and reproductive systems. Dissection, histological studies, and physiology are featured in the laboratory experience. A 120 minute laboratory is required. CODE B (2-4-0) Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in BIO 103 or BIO 201 (Recommended: 4 semester hours of Chemistry) This course covers the fundamental principles of microbiology, which includes the characteristics of bacteria, archaea, eukaryotes, and viruses; cell functions; chemical and physical control methods of microbial growth; and interactions between microbes and humans in relation to pathology, immunology, and the role of normal biota. The laboratory experience focuses on microbiological techniques including culturing, microscopy, staining, identification, and control of microorganisms. Two 120 minute laboratories are required. CODE B

BIO 220 General Microbiology, 4 hours


BUC 110 Basic Construction Tools and Materials, 3 hours (2-3-0) This course emphasizes the tools and materials used in the construction industry. Topics include safety, hand tools, hand held power tools and construction materials. Upon completion, students should be able to work safely within the industry and operate various hand tools and power equipment. CORE (1-6-0) This course provides students basic building layout skills. Topics include the builder’s level, transit and basic site layout techniques. Upon completion, students should be able to solve differential leveling problems, set up and operate the builder’s level and transit, build batter boards, and perform basic construction layout procedures. BUC 111 Basic Construction Layout, 3 hours BUC 113 Basic Construction Print Reading, 3 hours (3-0-0) This course introduces students to construction print reading. Topics include symbols and abbreviations, basic plans, elevations, sections and details. Upon completion, students should be able to read basic construction plans and trade information for major crafts employed at a construction site. (1-6-0) This course focuses on construction framing above the wall-plate line. Topics include ceiling framing roof framing, and trusses. Upon completion, students should be able to frame residential ceilings and roofs, design and build trusses and apply heavy timber construction BUC 115 Roof and Ceiling Framing, 3 hours


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