Our Lady of the Lake University

Street Address:
411 SW 24th Street
City:
San Antonio
State:
Texas
Country:
United States of America
Postal Code:
78207-4689
Internet URL:
Curriculum:

BIOL 3441 ? GENERAL ECOLOGY Interrelations of plants and animals and the physical environment; dynamic balance in communities, development and organization of population and principles of conservation of biological resources. Six lecture or laboratory hours per week. Prerequisites: BIOL 1401-1402 or equivalents Fee: $40 Offered: Every Fall; Spring of even?numbered years BIOL 3442 ? MARINE BIOLOGY A survey of organisms and their adaptations to the marine environment, including those of protistans, plants and animals; physical and chemical characteristics of the deep oceans and near shore areas; laboratory and field exercises emphasizing Texas barrier island ecosystems. Six lecture or laboratory hours per week. Prerequisites: BIOL 1401, 1402 Fee: $40 Offered: Fall of odd-numbered years BIOL 3443 ? AQUATIC BIOLOGY Organisms and freshwater ecosystems; physical, chemical and biological components of lakes and streams; impacts of human activities on aquatic environments. Six lecture or laboratory hours per week. Prerequisites: BIOL 1401, 1402 Fee: $40 Offered: Spring of even-numbered years, http://unet.ollusa.edu/catalogs/undergraduate/2005-2007/courses.asp#

The mission of Our Lady of the Lake University, an independent, Catholic institution sponsored by the Congregation of Divine Providence, is: To provide excellent teaching through traditional and innovative educational programs; To develop its diverse, intercultural student bodies in Christian, person-centered learning communities; and To graduate individuals who are competent and committed to service.