Spring 2018 Undergrad Courses

*Note: this is not a final course list; courses will be added as they are finalized.

Course descriptions are available in the Berkeley Guide.
Excludes freshmen seminars, independent study, and research.


Course

Units

Course Title

Major Requirement

Enrollment Capacity

Bio 1B 4 Introduction to Biology
Lower Division
 
C32 3 Bioinspired Design (Course Info)   100
77B 1 Integrative Human Biology Seminar Declaration Requirement  
101 4 Introduction to Scientific Writing   15
102LF 4 Introduction to California Plant Life Group B and Field Lab 36
103LF 5 Invertebrate Zoology with Lab Group B and Field Lab 36
104LF 5 Natural History of Vertebrates with Lab | 13 field trips during the semester, on either Friday or Saturday, depending upon the section you signed up for. Group B and Field Lab 65
113L 4 Paleobiological Perspectives on Ecology & Evolution with Lab | This course will center around answering the following questions: What do the fossil and geologic records have to tell us about the nature of ecological and evolutionary processes? What do they teach us that cannot be learned from the living world alone? In answering these questions, the course will provide an introduction to the analysis of key problems in paleobiology, with an emphasis on how evolutionary and ecological processes operate on geologic timescales. Group B and Lab 66
C129L 3 Human Physiological Assessment with Lab (also PHYS ED C129) Group C and Lab 16
131L 2 General Human Anatomy Lab  | This course will fill during the first 2-3 days of Tele-BEARS and we will not be opening up additional seats. Please come into the Advising Office, 3060 VLSB, if you need to re-work your schedule.  Lab Requirement 270
132 4 Survey of Human Physiology Group C 408
132L 2 Mammalian Physiology Lab | This course will fill during the first 2-3 days of Tele-BEARS and we will not be opening up additional seats. Please come into the Advising Office, 3060 VLSB, if you need to re-work your schedule. Lab Requirement 176
138 4 Comparative Endocrinology Group C 50
140  4 Biology of Human Reproduction Group C 300
C142L 6 Intro to Human Osteology with Lab  Group C and Lab 25
C143B 3 Hormones and Behavior (also PSYCH C116) Group C 142
C145 3 Animal Communication (also ESPM C156)  Group B 25
150 3 Evolutionary Environmental Physiology Group C 50
151 4 Plant Physiological Ecology Group B and C 60
151L 2 Plant Physiological Ecology Lab Lab Requirement 30
167 4 Evolution and Earth History: From Genes to Fossils Group A or B 35
169 4 Evolutionary Medicine | Enrollment for this course is restricted to 4th year students, or students with senior status, excluding AP credit. After Phase I, we will add students from the waitlist if there are still seats remaining. Group A 210
C171 3 Freshwater Ecology (NOTE: This course will be offered in Sp18 but enrollment will open on the first week of Phase II. It is currently closed from enrollment because a discussion section is being added to the course. The lecture will remain the same: Tue&Thu 2-3:30pm. The discussion sections are scheduled as follows: Dis 101 - Tues 3:30-4:30pm & Dis 102 - Thurs 3:30-4:30pm)  Group B  45
175LF 4 Herpetology with Lab Group B and Field Lab 30
C176L 3 Fish Ecology with Lab Group B and Lab 50
181L 4 Paleobotany - The 500 Million Year History of a Greening Planet Group B and Lab 40