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Special Topics

Course Titles for Special Topics Courses Offered Since 2010

Note: Some special topics courses have now been regularized, and have received a unique course number. Please note that the human biology courses (HE210/BI210 = HN210; HE211/BI216 = HN220; BI217 = HN320) will not be assigned to a stream.

  • BI396L Special Topics: Biostatistics. Has been regularized as BI393: Biostatistics. A student may hold credit for only one of BI396L or BI393.
  • BI396M Special Topics: Immunology. Has been regularized as BI417: Immunology. A student may hold credit for only one of BI396M or BI417.
  • BI396N Special Topics: Plant Life in Aquatic and Amphibious Environments
  • BI396P Special Topics: Plant Physiology. Has been regularized as BI369: Plant Physiology. A student may hold credit for only one of BI396P or BI369.
  • BI396Q Special Topics: Plant Ecology. To be regularized as BI363: Plant Ecology. A student may hold credit for only one of BI396Q or BI363.
  • BI396R Special Topics: Microbial Physiology. Has been regularized to BI376: Microbial Physiology. A student may hold credit for only one of BI396R or BI376.
  • BI396S Special Topics: Vertebrate Anatomy
  • BI396T Special Topics: Introduction to Wetland Ecology
  • BI496G Special Topics: Parasitology. Has been regularized as BI484: Fundamentals of Parasitology. A student may hold credit for only one of BI496G or BI484.
  • BI496R Special Topics: Pathophysiology. Has been regularized as BI416: Pathophysiology. A student may hold credit for only one of BI496R or BI416.
  • BI496S Special Topics: Physiological Adaptations of Fishes
  • BI496T Special Topics: Biotic Interactions in Plant Communities
  • BI496U Special Topics: Biomedical Virology. Has been regularized as BI470: Biomedical Virology. A student may hold credit for only one of BI496U or BI470.
  • BI496V Special Topics: Human Microbiome. Has been regularized to BI421: Human Microbiome. A student may hold credit for only one of BI496V or BI421.
  • BI496W Special Topics: Conservation Biology. Has been regularized to BI409: Conservation Biology. A student may hold credit for only one of BI496W or BI409.

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