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Summer @ UNI

University of Northern Iowa

Up to 12 hours of ungraded credit (credit/no credit basis) may be taken as university electives.

Independent readings in biology from selected list approved in advance. Maximum of 3 hours for biology major or minor. Prerequisite(s): consent of department.

Research activities under direct supervision of Biology faculty members. Credit determined prior to registration based upon student proposal with agreement of faculty advisor. May be repeated for maximum of 4 hours. Prerequisite(s): BIOL 2051; BIOL 2052; sophomore standing; consent of department.

Senior research thesis. Open only to and required for students pursuing the B.S. Biology or B.A. Biology Honors Emphasis. Prerequisite(s): consent of department head.

Credit determined at registration. (Problems in biology other than those for theses or in regular curricular offerings.) May be repeated. Prerequisite(s): BIOL 6292 recommended; consent of department.

Prerequisite(s): consent of department.

0 hrs. Experiential course where students engage in activities that help build professional skills. Coaching is provided to help students recognize how to apply the professional skills framework to choose activities that will enhance their skill readiness to enter the job market. Pass/no credit only. Prerequisite(s): BUSINESS 2000 or consent of CBA advisor; may be repeated in subsequent semesters; business majors only.

The successful completion of an approved study abroad experience, or a departmental internship or cooperative education experience that includes a significant international component. Pass/no credit. Prerequisite(s): consent of instructor.

Emphasis on relationships and interactions of physical, biological, technological, and cultural components of environment. Study of selected interdisciplinary problems. Elaborates on student's previous university experience and develops environmental literacy. Prerequisite(s): student must have satisfied university entrance requirements in English and Mathematics; completion of both Liberal Arts Core Life Sciences and Physical Sciences requirements; junior standing.

Emphasis on relationships and interactions of physical, biological, technological, and cultural components of environment. Study of selected interdisciplinary problems. Elaborates on student's previous university experience and develops environmental literacy. Prerequisite(s): student must have satisfied university entrance requirements in English and Mathematics; completion of both Liberal Arts Core Life Sciences and Physical Sciences requirements; junior standing.

Emphasis on relationships and interactions of physical, biological, technological, and cultural components of environment. Study of selected interdisciplinary problems. Elaborates on student's previous university experience and develops environmental literacy. Prerequisite(s): student must have satisfied university entrance requirements in English and Mathematics; completion of both Liberal Arts Core Life Sciences and Physical Sciences requirements; junior standing.

Emphasis on relationships and interactions of physical, biological, technological, and cultural components of environment. Study of selected interdisciplinary problems. Elaborates on student's previous university experience and develops environmental literacy. Prerequisite(s): student must have satisfied university entrance requirements in English and Mathematics; completion of both Liberal Arts Core Life Sciences and Physical Sciences requirements; junior standing.

Examination of responses to the Holocaust in literary texts and visual narratives. Includes issues of survivor testimony and representation, the possibilities and limitations of language and cinematic images, the role of memory, and questions of ethics and trauma. Prerequisite(s): junior standing. [Same as ENGLISH 3148]

As they read Religion and its Monsters by Timothy Beal and Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, students enhance their knowledge of the role monsters play in religion and develop proficiency in recognizing and analyzing religious undercurrents in our contemporary fascination with monsters. Students draw on skills/interests from their majors to complete a project about monsters in a contemporary novel. Prerequisite(s): junior standing. [Same as RELS 3157]

Research - Ugrad Summer

Research - Ugrad Summer

Research - Ugrad Summer

Research - Ugrad Summer

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