Contact Us |
A-Z index |
Courses emphasizing scientific inquiry to address humans’ dependencies and impacts upon the environment. Uses concepts and methods derived primarily from biological science perspectives such as ecology, biodiversity, evolution, physiology and health, and human populations, though integration of chemistry, physics and earth and space science as relevant to impact on biological systems is allowed. Personal and social implications must be clearly integrated throughout the course to emphasize current environmental issues and possible solutions or courses of action. Development of scientific literacy will be a foundation of the course to enable students to make informed decisions. Ecology courses that include a significant breadth of topics and explicit integration of societal impact will be considered. (Environmental science courses with a primarily physical science focus should use the P9 901 identifier, and two-semester physical science/ life science interdisciplinary courses should use LP 900 and LP 901.)
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."
Last Revised: 1/5/2016
Copyright © 1996 - 2014 iTransfer.
If you have questions about transferring in Illinois, we may be able to help. Reach
us at email@example.com, Phone:
Illinois Board of Higher Education,
Illinois Community College Board
Illinois State Board of Education
Friday, September 30, 2016
Site disclaimer statement