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If You Love Plants and Animals and Need Science Units, Take the New Fall “Biology of the Living World” (BIO 29)

2 July 2017

If you are looking for biology transfer units and prefer focusing on “wild and wacky” animals rather than molecules, check out this fun, hands-on class, “Biology of the Living World” (BIO 29). Instructor Brad Balukjian, who recently moved from Laney to teach this class for the first time at Merritt, offers a  student-centered, active teaching philosophy, field trips, and “no boring lectures allowed.” The course satisfies the life and natural sciences requirement for transfer students and for Merritt’s AA/AS Degrees. Dr. Balukjian is an entomologist (which means he studies bugs!) and has even had an insect named after him! He also writes for National Geographic.

To enroll today, click passport2.peralta.edu.
BIO 29, Class #43953, Tues. & Thurs., 9-10:15 a.m., Lab, 10:30 to noon. 

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