Biology 227

Biology 227 BIO 227
Science Communication 3 (3-0-0-0)

This course covers all aspects of science communication, including communication with peers, the public, the media, industry and government. Emphasis is placed on experimental data design, data analysis, interpretation and presentation. Students will gain practical experience in processing and presenting results of research. Oral presentation skills will allow students to develop their communication skills, and examination of published research will help the students develop their laboratory report writing skills in the sciences.

Note: This course is only open to Science students (in a science major, concentration or minor).


Credit Restriction: Credit may be obtained for only one of Biology 227 or BES 227 or Environmental Science 227

Prerequisites: Biochemistry (3) or Biology (3) or Biology/Environmental Science (3) or Chemistry (3) or Computing Science (3) or Earth Science (3) or Environmental Science (3) or Information Science (3) or Information Technology (3) or Mathematics (3) or Physics (3) and 2nd year standing required or special conditions as specified below
Further information: Course availability and times
Special Conditions: 3 credits of Science and 2nd year standing required