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The following is a complete listing of courses offered at MCC. You can also visit our Programs of Study page for a list of course requirements necessary to complete your degree.

Please note: Special Studies is a general heading for experimental courses or those for which the demand is untested, unknown, immediate, or temporary. You can visit our Special Studies page for a list of Special Studies courses.

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BIO - Biology
BIO 114 - Natural History of Greater Rochester
Teaches the basic biological concepts through an experience-based approach. Field trips will be held at local sites of geological and biological interest. Topics covered will include: identification of woody plants, wildflowers, insects, birds and mushrooms; the ecology of fields, woods and wetlands; and bedrock and glacial geology. Two class hours, two laboratory hours. 3 Credits.
BIO 116 - Introduction to Environmental Science
A course which deals with biological aspects of humans and their impact on the environment. Students will study ecological principles that govern the world and will examine current environmental problems and issues. They will develop a greater awareness of global interdependence and the role of individuals in affecting environmental issues. This course is designed for the career or non-science student. Two class hours, two laboratory hours. (SUNY-NS) 3 Credits.
BIO 117 - Basic Consumer Nutrition
A lecture course that will present information on nutrients and their use by the body. Topics include digestion, usage of nutrients, consequences of nutrient deficiencies or excesses, energy production and analysis of individual diets. Current research is integrated into the course. Depending on program requirements, this course can meet both Food Service (FSA 117) or Natural Science (BIO 117) elective or course requirement. A student may earn credit for BIO 117 or FSA 117, but cannot earn credit for both courses because they are equivalent courses. Three class hours. 3 Credits.
BIO 118 - Practical Botany
A basic course emphasizing the significance and use of plants. Studies include simplified plant anatomy and physiology, propagation, cultivation and use of plants for food, landscaping and other purposes. This course is designed for the career or non-science student. Two class hours, two laboratory hours. 3 Credits.
BIO 120 - Essentials of Life Science
An introduction to selected principles of the biological sciences explored through current topics in biology. Areas of study will include the organization of life, cell structure and function, DNA structure and heredity, biodiversity, evolution, and ecology. This course is designed for the career or non-science student. Three class hours, two laboratory hours. (SUNY-NS) 4 Credits.
BIO 123 - Nutrition for Sport and Exercise
Sports nutrition combines the fields of nutrition and exercise physiology. The student will learn which type of foods, beverages, and/or supplements are needed for optimal performance in sporting events. The student will gain practical experience on how nutrition plays a role in how the body functions and performs during sporting events. Three class hours. 3 Credits.
BIO 132 - Laboratory to Accompany Human Biology
Laboratory exercises in human anatomy and physiology to supplement BIO 133 class lectures and text information. Bio 132 is a late start, 10 week course that has 3 lab hours per week. NOTE: This course only meets SUNY General Education Natural Science requirements when both BIO 132 and BIO 133 are successfully completed. (SUNY-NS) 1 Credit.

Prerequisite or corequisite: BIO 133.
BIO 133 - Human Biology
A study of the structure and function of the human body. The cause and effects of certain diseases are also included. The course is designed for the career or non-science student. NOTE: Students who successfully complete BIO 133 may, with the addition of BIO 132, complete the requirement for SUNY Natural Science General Education. BIO 132 may be taken concurrently or in a later semester, but the student will not have satisfied the SUNY requirement until both BIO 132 and BIO 133 are successfully completed. Three class hours in lecture/laboratory demonstration formats. 3 Credits.
BIO 134 - Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology I
The study of the structure and function of cells (including metabolism), tissues, integument, and musculoskeletal, nervous, and sensory systems. Designed for students enrolled in the Dental Hygiene, Health Information Management, and Physical Education programs. Also open to interested Liberal Arts students with some biology background. Two class hours and three laboratory hours. (SUNY-NS) 3 Credits.

Prerequisite: High school Biology with a grade of C or better, or any laboratory-based Biology course numbered 120 or higher with a grade of C- or better, or permission of instructor.
BIO 135 - Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology II
A continuation of BIO 134. Includes the study of the structure and function of the endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic, immune, digestive, urinary, and reproductive systems. Two class hours and three laboratory hours. (SUNY-NS) 3 Credits.

Prerequisite: BIO 134, or permission of instructor.
BIO 136 - Introductory Forensic Science
This is an introductory natural science course designed for the non-science, primarily criminal justice, major. The course will cover those biological and chemical fundamentals necessary for the student to understand topics of instrumentation and techniques employed in a crime laboratory. Topics such as matter, atomic theory, chemical bonding, chromatography, hair and fiber examination, blood and drug analysis, toxicology, and DNA typing will be included. The laboratory will include demonstrations and hands-on activities of methods used to study chemical and biological evidence. This course complements the existing CRJ 209 course which emphasizes the investigative procedures involved at the crime scene. Three lecture hours, three laboratory hours. (SUNY-NS) 4 Credits.

Prerequisite: MTH 098 or equivalent.
BIO 138 - The Biology of Women
A lecture and discussion based course that focuses on the basic anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology of the female. The course also includes discussions of common reproductive and post-reproductive problems and their treatments and addresses contemporary health issues for women. 3 Credits.

Prerequisite: BIO 133.
BIO 142 - Human Anatomy
The detailed study of the human organism at the tissue and organ system levels. The relationship between structure and function is covered with emphasis on structural relationships. Laboratory study includes microscope work along with substantial organ and animal dissection. The course is designed for students in Nursing, Radiologic Technology, and other health-related programs. Two class hours, one conference hour, three laboratory hours. 4 Credits.

Prerequisite(s): High school biology with a grade of C or higher, or any of the following with a grade of C- or higher: BIO 120, both BIO 132 and BIO 133, or permission of instructor.
BIO 143 - Human Physiology
An introduction to the major concepts of physiology as applied to the human organism. An integrated study of human physiology from the cellular to the system level with an emphasis on feedback systems. Laboratory work includes student and demonstration experiments designed to illustrate normal function and physiologic responses to specific stresses. The course is designed for students in Nursing and other health related programs. Three class hours and three laboratory hours. (SUNY-NS) 4 Credits.

Prerequisites: BIO 142 and one of the following: high school chemistry or CHE 100 or CHE 124 or permission of instructor.
BIO 148 - Fundamentals of Biology and Inheritance
Principles of biology with an emphasis on cellular structure and function, genetics and population genetics. Topics will include cellular metabolism, molecular genetics, gene expression, Mendelian genetics and population genetics. This course is an introductory biology course for science-interested students. This course may also fulfill a natural science elective for programs that do not require a laboratory science. Three class hours. (SUNY-NS) 3 Credits.

Prerequitie(s): High school biology with a grade of C or better, or BIO 120 with a grade of C or better, and high school chemistry with a grade of C or better, or any college chemistry course with a grade of C or better, or permission of instructor. .
BIO 150 - Introduction to Biological Evolution
Introduction to the basic principles and concepts of the theory of evolution. Topics will include natural selection and other forces driving evolution, speciation, evolutionary genetics, hominid evolution, and major lines of evidence supporting the theory of evolution. Three class hours. 3 Credits.
BIO 155 - General Biology I
Principles of biology with an emphasis on cellular structure and function, and organic evolution. Topics will include cellular metabolism, molecular genetics, gene expression, Mendelian genetics, natural selection and speciation. The laboratory features activities and experiments that reinforce the concepts presented in lecture. This course is the first in a two-semester sequence in introductory biology for science majors or science-interested students. This course may also fulfill a natural science elective for science-interested students. Two class hours, one conference hour, three laboratory hours. WR (SUNY-NS) 4 Credits.

Prerequisite: High school biology with a grade of B or better, or BIO 120 with a grade of C or better, and high school chemistry with a grade of C or better, or any college chemistry course with a grade of C or better, or permission of instructor.
BIO 156 - General Biology II
Principles of biology with an emphasis on the diversity of life, the structure and function of plants and animals, and general ecological principles. The laboratory features activities and experiments that reinforce the concepts presented in lecture. This course is the second in a two-semester sequence in introductory biology for science majors or science-interested students. This course may also fulfill a natural science elective for science-interested students. Two class hours, one conference hour, three laboratory hours. WR (SUNY-NS) 4 Credits.

Prerequisite: BIO 155 with a grade of C- or higher.
BIO 195 - Field Studies in Biology
This course is designed for students who wish to study a particular natural habitat or environment in a focused, hands-on, field setting. The majority of course work is completed in the field at a local or distant location depending upon the title and focus of the course for a given semester. Students will conduct field observations, record data, participate in and design field experiments and construct a field notebook detailing all aspects of their field experience. Credit hours are variable depending upon the field experience offered. Additional fees for travel, lodging, food, and other field expenses may apply. Variable Credit.

Prerequisite: One Biology lab course preferred. Permission of instructor required.
BIO 202 - Microbiology
A one term course for health professionals. A brief introduction to principles of general microbiology with major emphasis on control of microorganisms by physical and chemical processes. Medical microbiology including pathogenicity and epidemiology of infectious diseases, and immunology. Three class hours, two laboratory hours. 4 Credits.

Prerequisites: BIO 134 or BIO 143 or BIO 155 or permission of instructor.
BIO 209 - General Microbiology
A survey of microorganisms: bacteria, viruses, rickettsia, protozoa, algae and fungi. Major emphasis is placed upon bacteria: classification, genetics, ecology, morphology, physiology, physical and chemical control and economic importance. An introduction to applications of microbiology to food and water analysis, industry and medicine, including principles of immunology and transmission of infectious diseases. This course is designed for the Liberal Arts or science-interested student. Three class hours, three laboratory hours. 4 Credits.

Prerequisites: BIO 156 as prerequisite or corequisite, and CHE 145 or CHE 151 with a grade of C- or better, or permission of instructor. Students who have completed BIO 156 with a grade below C- are advised to repeat BIO 156 before attempting BIO 209.
BIO 217 - Nutrition
The study of nutrients needed for healthy functioning of human beings and the biochemical functions of these nutrients in the body. The nutrient content of foods and its application to meal planning. Special nutritional needs of infants, pregnant women, nursing mothers and the elderly. The course is designed for students in Nursing, Dental Hygiene, Radiologic Technology, and other Health Related Programs. Three class hours. 3 Credits.

Prerequisite: BIO 135 or BIO 143 or permission of instructor.
BIO 221 - Principles of Biochemistry
A study of the major chemical constituents of cells including proteins, carbohydrates, lipids and nucleic acids. Structure and function will be emphasized. Enzyme kinetics, regulation of enzyme activity, and metabolic pathways will also be covered. Labs include buffer preparation, protein and enzyme assays, lipid analysis, and the isolation and characterization of enzymes and nucleic acids. Fall semester only. Three class hours, three laboratory hours. 4 Credits.

Prerequisites: BIO 156 with a grade of C- or better, and CHE 151 with a grade of C- or better, or permission of instructor.
BIO 225 - Bioanalytical Techniques I
An introduction to the principles and methods of analytical technique as they relate to quantitative measures of determination. Laboratory experiments include instruction in the use of balances and volumetrics, spectrophotometric analysis, and a variety of titrimetric methods. Fall semester only. Three class hours, three laboratory hours. 4 Credits.

Prerequisite: CHE 151 or permission of instructor.
BIO 226 - Bioanalytical Techniques II
An in-depth study of the theory and practice of separation techniques that would be employed in the isolation and purification of biomolecules such as proteins, enzymes, and nucleic acids. Laboratory experiments involve immunology, chromatography, electrophoresis, and blotting techniques (western and southern blots). Spring semester only. Three class hours, three laboratory hours. 4 Credits.

Prerequisite: BIO 156 with a grade of C- or better or BIO 225, or permission of instructor.
BIO 227 - Biotechnology Seminar
A discussion based capstone course that will integrate the topics and concepts of the Biotechnology Program. Emphasis will be on applications of biotechnology, current issues, societal/ethical concerns, and laboratory management. One class hour. 1 Credit.

Corequisite: BIO 226.
BIO 230 - Molecular Genetics
A study of the transmission of genetic information with emphasis on the structure and function of nucleic acids. The genetics of prokaryotes, eukaryotes and viruses will be covered. The molecular basis of replication, repair, recombination, and gene expression will also be examined. Lab experiments introduce a variety of molecular biology techniques such as replica plating, bacterial conjugation and transformation, the isolation and restriction enzyme cleavage of plasmid DNA, and restriction mapping. Spring semester only. Three class hours, three laboratory hours. 4 Credits.

Prerequisites: BIO 156 with a grade of C- or better and CHE 151 with a grade of C- or better, or permission of instructor.
BIO 235 - Pathophysiology
An introductory course for students in health related disciplines designed to facilitate further learning in their areas of specialization and promote effective interactions as members of the health care team. The course provides an overview of human diseases, their frequency, significance, diagnosis and treatment. The course moves from basic pathological processes to diseases by organs or organ systems to multiple system diseases and associated processes. Three class hours. 3 Credits.

Prerequisites: BIO 135, or BIO 143, or permission of instructor.
BIO 242 - Human Dissection
For students in programs leading to a degree in an allied health field. Careful dissection of the human body by students under faculty supervision will be used to reinforce and enrich the student's study of anatomy. Students gain experience in making educated decisions concerning the dissection, as well as in dissection technique and identification of human anatomical structures. Three laboratory hours. 1 Credit.

Prerequisite: BIO 142 and permission of the instructor.
BIO 252 - Topics in Biology Seminar
A discussion based seminar course that will integrate and apply biological concepts. Emphasis will be on discussing current scientific issues, library/internet instruction and research, student presentations, and developing technology and teamwork skills. One class hour. 1 Credit.

Prerequisite: BIO 156 with a grade of C- or better and one 200 level Biology course with a grade of C- or better, or permission of instructor.
BIO 260 - General Ecology
An introduction to the interactions between living organisms and their physical, chemical and biological environment. Several levels of ecological organization are examined. These include the study of different types of populations, communities and ecosystems. Topics include population structure and growth, species interaction, energy flow, nutrient cycling, succession, and applications to current environmental management issues. Students perform ecological experiments in the field as well as in the laboratory. Two class hours, one conference hour, three laboratory hours. 4 Credits.

Prerequisite: BIO 155 with a grade of C- or better, or permission of instructor.
BIO 265 - Vertebrate Zoology
A study of vertebrate structure, function and evolution. Relationships between the structural and functional adaptations of the different vertebrate groups and their environment are examined. The laboratory features dissections and experiments that illustrate these adaptations in both aquatic and terrestrial vertebrates. Two class hours, one conference hour, three laboratory hours. 4 Credits.

Prerequisite: BIO 156 with a grade of C- or better, or permission of instructor.
BIO 266 - Biology of Vascular Plants
This course covers major groups of living vascular plants, evolutionary origins of plants and their phylogenetic relationships. Includes anatomy, physiology, and reproductive patterns. This course is designed for science majors and students interested in plant science. Two class hours, one conference hour, three laboratory hours. 4 Credits.

Prerequisite: BIO 156 with a grade of C- or better, or permission of instructor.
BIO 290 - Independent Study
See the Department Chairperson for more information on Independent Study courses. Variable Credit.
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