Organisms in their Environment - BIOL 1008

This course examines the diversity of life on earth from the origins of life through the evolution of prokaryotic and eukaryotic organisms.  Using a phyletic approach to classification, the major taxonomic groups of organisms are introduced, including prokaryotes, numerous protists, plants, fungi, and animals. Features that adapt these organisms to their environment are emphasized using Darwinian evolution as the underlying principle. Pre-requisite: Biology 30.

Note: Restricted to Arts & Sciences, Environmental Protection, Therapeutic Rec and Open Studies


Term Duration Schedule Class Section Open Studies

Edmonton

Winter Jan 9 - Apr 28, 2023 Wed: 08:00 - 11:00 am
11630 A01 Yes

To take this course, you must be enrolled in one of the related programs:

Tuition and fees for 2022-2023 Open Studies

Tuition estimate + Fees estimate = Total estimate
One 3-credit course $495 $720.50 $1,215.50
See the detailed fees for this course
Digital resource fee: $7 max per term
Program and supplies fee: $25 max per term
Registrarial and student service fee: $41 max per term
Student technology fee: $12 max per term
Students’ Association fees
Health and dental plan: $386 per year
Students’ Association: $51.50 per term
U-Pass: $180 per term
Legal plan: $18 per year

Note: You may be eligible to opt out of some Student Association fees after enrolling. Visit Tuition and Fees for more information.

Tuition estimate + Fees estimate = Total estimate
One 3-credit course $1497 $720.50 $2,217.50
See the detailed fees for this course
Digital resource fee: $7 max per term
Program and supplies fee: $25 max per term
Registrarial and student service fee: $41 max per term
Student technology fee : $12 max per term
Students’ Association fees
Health and dental plan : $386 per year
Students’ Association : $51.50 per term
U-Pass : $180 per term
Legal plan : $18 per term

Note: You may be eligible to opt out of some Student Association fees after enrolling. Visit Tuition and Fees for more information.

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