Course Number   Course Title / Description / MnTC Goals / Prerequisites Credits
BIOL 220   Field Biology 4  
  A functional approach to ecosystems: basic field techniques applied to the concepts of ecology, population dynamics, and interrelationships, methods of measuring environmental factors and biological communities. A one-week field experience at Itasca State Park Station or alternative site will utilize techniques used throughout the course (additional $50.00 fee to cover camping expenses required). Field lab work will involve intensive water and soil study from different local sites. Suspended per AASC - signed off in June, 2011  
  Minnesota Transfer Goals: 3 10  
  Prerequisite: Recommend a Biology or Environmental Science course  

 
BIOL 220 is an elective course in the following degrees, diplomas, or certificates:
Biological Sciences AS Degree (2018-2019)
Biological Sciences AS Degree (2017-2018)
Biological Sciences AS Degree (2016-2017)
Biological Sciences AS Degree (2015-2016)
Biological Sciences AS Degree (2014-2015)
Biological Sciences AS Degree (2013-2014)
Biological Sciences AS Degree (2012-2013)
Biological Sciences AS Degree (2011-2012)
Biological Sciences AS Degree (2010-2011)
Biological Sciences AS Degree (2009-2010)
Biological Sciences AS Degree (2008-2009)