Ever wonder what a college class is like? Come see what it's all about by sitting in on a Biology course taught by Dr. Nobert Codeiro.
1. To comprehend the interaction between organisms and the environment – to understand the concept of behavioral ecology, population ecology and community ecology.
2. To emphasize the connection between ecology and evolution. To understand how life evolves and how biologists study evolution and test evolutionary hypotheses.
3. To introduce an overview of major concepts of genetics. To provide students with the ability to solve problems and make them think analytically. Genetics, lends itself to problem solving and analytical thinking.
Meet in the Office of Admission located at 425 S. Wabash Ave. Chicago, IL 60605 no later than 12:15 p.m. A staff member will walk you to the appropriate classroom in the Wabash Building (Room 612).
*** If you do not arrive in enough time to make it to class, we may not be able to accomodate you.
We encourage students to observe a class on their own so they can fully experience a real college class.