Biological Sciences - BIOS


The information below lists courses approved in this subject area effective Spring 2015. Not all courses will necessarily be offered these terms. Please consult the Schedule of Classes for a listing of courses offered for a specific term.

500-level courses require graduate standing.

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100 Biology of Cells and Organisms
5 hours. Processes of cellular and organismic function: cell structure, respiration, photosynthesis, molecular genetics and development, structure and physiology of plants and animals. Lecture, laboratory, and discussion. THIS COURSE IS INTENDED FOR SCIENCE MAJORS. Animals used in instruction. BIOS 100 and BIOS 101 may be taken in any order. Credit is not given for BIOS 104 if the student has credit in BIOS 100 or BIOS 101. Recommended backgroud: Credit in CHEM 112 is strongly recommended. Natural World - With Lab course.

101 Biology of Populations and Communities
5 hours. Species concepts, natural selection, phylogeny, models of population growth, transmission genetics, gene frequency, adaptation, interactions among species in a community, biomes and climate, ecosystem processes, and human impacts on the environment. Animals used in instruction. This course is intended for science majors. BIOS 100 and BIOS 101 may be taken in any order. Credit is not given for BIOS 104 if the student has credit in BIOS 100 or BIOS 101. Natural World - With Lab course.

104 Life Evolving
4 hours. Origin and diversity of life; genetics, evolution, ecology and ecosystems; energy flow; photosynthesis; human anatomy and physiology; development of biological ideas; and biology, biotechnology and human society. Credit is not given for BIOS 104 if the student has credit in BIOS 100 or BIOS 101. Animals may be used in instruction. Natural World - With Lab course.

184 The Basics of Neuroscience
1 hours. Introduction to the scientific study of the brain and behavior. Overview of neuroscience as an integrative discipline. Same as PHIL 184 and PSCH 184. Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory grading only.

196 Biology Colloquium
2 hours. Combines in-class seminars with off-campus day and weekend field trips, with the goal of introducing students to different areas of the Biological Sciences, and alternate career options.May be repeated up to 1 time(s). Field trips required at a nominal fee. Prerequisite(s): Major in biological sciences, biochemistry, or neuroscience.

199 Introduction to Research
1 hours. An introduction to research for students interested in becoming biology majors. Credit is contingent on approval by the research supervisor of a written report that is also submitted to the Biology colloquium faculty adviser. 1 hour. Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory grading only. May be repeated. Prerequisite(s): Approval of the department.

220 Mendelian and Molecular Genetics
3 hours. Principles of heredity and variation in phage, bacteria, fungi, plants, and animals. Basic molecular genetics, gene regulation, recombination, DNA replication, transcription, translation. Lecture and discussion. No credit may be applied toward the biological sciences major unless credit is also obtained for BIOS 221. Prerequisite(s): BIOS 100 and BIOS 101 and credit or concurrent registration in CHEM 232.

221 Genetics Laboratory
3 hours. Experiments and demonstrations of classical and molecular genetics using material from Drosophila, corn, rodents, bacteria, fungi, and viruses. Animals used in instruction. Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent registration in BIOS 220.

222 Cell Biology
3 hours. Rationale of experiments that led to the current understanding of organelle biogenesis, cell transport, cell signaling, and the relation of cell structure to cell function. Lecture. Prerequisite(s): BIOS 100 and CHEM 112 and CHEM 114. Recommended background: CHEM 232.

223 Cell Biology Laboratory
2 hours. Laboratory experience with modern methods in molecular biology and exploration of current research in cell biology. Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent registration in BIOS 222.

230 Ecology and Evolution
3 hours. Concepts and models of population growth, species interactions, community ecology, and energy and nutrient flow in ecosystems. Genetic basis of evolutionary change through adaptation, natural selection, and other mechanisms. Prerequisite(s): BIOS 101.

236 Animal Behavior
3 hours. Examine the proximate and ultimate causes of animal behavior; neural and hormonal mechanisms; diversity of behavior and their relationship to an organism's ecology and evolution. Prerequisite(s): BIOS 101.

237 The Human Skeleton
4 hours. Examination of the human skeleton, emphasizing bone identification and functional anatomy. Same as ANTH 237.

240 Homeostasis: The Physiology of Plants and Animals
3 hours. Basic concepts of physiological mechanisms that contribute to survival of multicellular organisms. Comparison of a variety of organisms. Prerequisite(s): BIOS 100 and BIOS 101.

272 Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy and Physiology
5 hours. Morphology, function, and evolution of vertebrate organ systems. Animals used in instruction. Prerequisite(s): BIOS 100 and BIOS 101 or the equivalent. Recommended background: Junior standing.

286 The Biology of the Brain
3 hours. Survey of basic neurobiology. Brain structure, chemistry, development and control of behavior (sensation, movement, emotions, memory, cognition, sex). Prerequisite(s): BIOS 100 and BIOS 101; or consent of the instructor.

294 Special Topics in Biological Sciences
1 TO 5 hours. Selected topics in the Biological Sciences. May be repeated. Students may register for more than one section per term.

296 Directed Instruction
2 hours. Leadership opportunity for upper-division students who wish to assist with the biology colloquium.May be repeated to a maximum of 4 hours. Field trips required at a nominal fee. Students will be required to submit a final report describing their leadership activities and experiences. Prerequisite(s): BIOS 196 and approval of the department. To be properly registered, students must enroll in one Lecture-Discusssion and one Practice.

299 Honors Biology
1 hours. An additional hour of related work for students registered in another course in Biological Sciences. May be repeated. Prerequisite(s): Membership in Honors College, or, for superior students, approval of the department; and registration in a Biological Sciences course (except BIOS 391 or BIOS 399) and consent of the instructor. Open only to freshmen, sophomores, and juniors. Honors course.

320 Developmental Biology
3 hours. Principles governing growth and differentiation from the molecular to the organismic level. Prerequisite(s): BIOS 220.

321 Developmental Biology Laboratory
3 hours. Laboratory problems in developmental biology. Animals used in instruction. Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent registration in BIOS 320.

322 Advanced Cell Biology
3 hours. Advanced topics in eukaryotic cell biology, with special emphases on structure-function analyses of the nuclear pore, chromosomes, and transcriptional regulation. Extensive computer use required. May not be taken concurrently with BIOS 222. Prerequisite(s): BIOS 220 and BIOS 221 and BIOS 222; and CHEM 232 and CHEM 233.

323 Molecular Biology Laboratory
3 hours. Modern molecular biology techniques used in the isolation and functional analysis of genes. Bioinformatics, gene cloning, gene fusions and expression assays will be used in the analysis of the gene isolation and analysis. Prerequisite(s): BIOS 220.

325 Vertebrate Embryology
5 hours. Study of the anatomical changes occurring during vertebrate development and their underlying control mechanisms. A comparative approach is taken, examining the similarities and differences in embryonic development between amphibians, birds and mammals. Prerequisite(s): BIOS 220.

331 General Ecology Laboratory
3 hours. Field and laboratory data collection for hypothesis testing; required field trips to representative plant communities. Animals used in instruction. Required field trips on Saturdays. Prerequesite(s): BIOS 101.

335 History of Life
3 hours. A macroevolutionary perspective on documenting patterns of evolutionary change and understanding interactions between speciation and extinction in creating patterns of morphologic and taxonomic diversity. Prerequisite(s): BIOS 100 and BIOS 101.

336 Animal Behavior Laboratory
3 hours. Field and laboratory data collection for hypothesis testing in animal behavior. Animals used in instruction. Field trip required at a nominal fee. Field work required. Prerequisite(s): BIOS 236.

350 General Microbiology
3 hours. Ultrastructure, genetics, molecular biology, physiology and metabolism of microorganisms; role of microorganisms in food, water, agriculture, biotechnology, infectious diseases, and immunobiology. Prerequisite(s): BIOS 100; and credit or concurrent registration in CHEM 130 or CHEM 232. Recommended background: BIOS 101.

351 Microbiology Laboratory
2 hours. Laboratory experience with pure cultures and sterile techniques; methods of identification of unknown microorganisms; experiments demonstrating principles of microbial genetics, transformation, antibiotic sensitivity and resistance. Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent registration in BIOS 350.

352 Introductory Biochemistry
3 hours. Structure and function of cellular constituents; enzymology; metabolism of carbohydrates, lipids, amino acids, nucleotides; molecular biology of biosynthesis of proteins and nucleic acids. Same as CHEM 352. No credit toward the biological sciences major for students completing BIOS 452 and/or BIOS 454. No credit toward the degree in biochemistry. Prerequisite(s): BIOS 100 and CHEM 232.

360 Introduction to Paleontology
4 hours. The morphology, ecology, and relationships of fossil organisms. Basic principles of paleontology, including evolution, paleoecology and functional morphology. Same as EAES 360. Field trip required at a nominal fee. One day field trip to collect fossils. Prerequisite(s): EAES 101 or EAES 111; or BIOS 100 and BIOS 101.

386 Seminar on Neurobiology
2 hours. Reading and discussion of both classic and recent research papers that are important in neurobiology. Prerequisite(s): BIOS 286 or the equivalent.

391 Independent Study
1 hours. Individual study not covered in standard courses under close supervision of a faculty member. Credit is contingent on approval by research supervisor of a written report that is submitted to the department. Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory grading only. May be repeated. Students may register in more than one section per term. A maximum of 5 hours of BIOS 391 and/or BIOS 399 may be credited toward the department undergraduate major requirements. Prerequisite(s): Minimum of 2.00 grade point average in biological sciences courses and consent of the instructor.

398 Research Methods Workshop in Biological Sciences
1 hours. A workshop on modern research strategies and practices in biological sciences. Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory grading only. May not be repeated. Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent registration in BIOS 399.

399 Independent Research
2 hours. Individual research. Credit is contingent on approval by the research supervisor of a written report that is submitted to the department. Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory grading only. May be repeated. Students may register in more than one section per term. A maximum of 5 hours of BIOS 391 and/or BIOS 399 may be credited toward the department undergraduate major requirements. Prerequisite(s): Minimum of 2.00 grade point average in biological sciences courses, approval of the department, and consent of the instructor. Recommended background: Junior standing.

416 Natural Products
3 OR 4 hours. Biogenetic approach to secondary metabolites. General principles and selected studies of phenolic compounds, terpenes, alkaloids, and other interesting natural products. Same as CHEM 456. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite(s): One year of organic chemistry.

430 Evolution
4 hours. Mechanisms of genetic and phenotypic stability and change in populations and species; modes of speciation and macroevolution; trends in evolution. Lecture and discussion. Prerequisite(s): BIOS 220.

431 Plant and Animal Interactions
3 hours. Ecology of non-symbiotic relationships of plants and animals, including protection mutualisms, pollination, seed dispersal, animal herbivory and plant defense. Prerequisite(s): BIOS 100 and BIOS 101 and any 200- or 300-level course in biological sciences.

435 Plant Evolution
3 hours. Examines the history of plant life in a rigorous survey of plant genetics, factors that influence diversity of form and function, the astonishing diversity of plant sexual systems, and conservation. Prerequisite(s): BIOS 230; and junior standing or above.

437 Topics in Tropical Ecology
3 hours. Introduction to the character of tropical ecosystems. In-depth reading and discussion of one or more current topics. Prerequisite(s): BIOS 230 and junior standing or above.

443 Animal Physiological Systems
4 hours. Basic function of renal, respiratory and digestive systems. Integrative role of endocrine systems. Animals used in instruction. Prerequisite(s): Four courses in the Biological Sciences.

450 Advanced Microbiology
3 hours. Comprehensive analysis of metabolic, ecological, phylogenic, and cytological diversity among the major groups of eubacteria and archaeobacteria. Prerequisite(s): BIOS 350.

452 Biochemistry I
4 hours. Chemistry of proteins, nucleic acids, carbohydrates and lipids. Same as CHEM 452. Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent registration in CHEM 234.

454 Biochemistry II
4 hours. Continues Biological Sciences 452. Carbohydrate and lipid metabolism, electron transport. Metabolism of amino acids, nucleic acids, proteins. Biosynthesis of macromolecules and regulation of macromolecular synthesis. Same as CHEM 454. Prerequisite(s): BIOS 452 or CHEM 452.

458 Biotechnology and Drug Discovery
3 OR 4 hours. Molecular and gene therapy, using small molecules including antisense, aptamers, and proteins. Structure-based drug design. Structural bioinformatics and drug discovery program. High-throughput screening. Combinatorial chemistry technology. Same as CHEM 458. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite(s): BIOS 352 or CHEM 352; or Credit or concurrent registration in BIOS 452 or Credit or concurrent registration in CHEM 452; or consent of the instructor.

466 Principles of Paleontology
3 hours. Theory and methods of evolutionary paleobiology; includes paleoecology, functional morphology, and major features of organic evolution. Same as EAES 466. Prerequisite(s): EAES 360 or consent of the instructor.

473 Soils and the Environment
4 hours. Soil science, emphasizing local soils and parent materials, soil classification and mapping, soil physics, soil gases and greenhouse gas emissions, soil chemistry and biogeochemistry, soil-plant interactions, and soil invertebrates. Same as EAES 473. Field work required. Recommended background: Introductory courses in Chemistry and Biology are recommended. Coursework in EAES (such as EAES 101 and/or 111) is preferred.

475 Neural Engineering I: Introduction to Hybrid Neural Systems
3 OR 4 hours. Modeling and design of functional neural interfaces for in vivo and in vitro applications, electrodes and molecular coatings, neural prostheses and biopotential control of robotics. Same as BIOE 475. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite(s): BIOE 472; or consent of the instructor.

483 Neuroanatomy
4 hours. Organization of the nervous system, with an emphasis on mammals. Same as PSCH 483 and NEUS 483. Animals used in instruction. Prerequisite(s): BIOS 272 or BIOS 286 or BIOS 325 or PSCH 262; or consent of the instructor.

484 Neuroscience I
3 hours. Neuroscience as an integrative discipline. Neuroanatomy of vertebrates, neural development, cellular neurobiology, action potential mechanisms, synaptic transmission and neuropharmacology. Same as PHIL 484 and PSCH 484. Prerequisite(s): BIOS 286 or PSCH 262.

485 Neuroscience II
3 hours. Integrative neuroscience; continuation of BIOS/PSCH/PHIL 484. Sensory and motor systems; learning, memory, and language. Pathology of nervous systems. Philosophical perspectives, and modeling. Same as PHIL 485 and PSCH 485. Prerequisite(s): BIOS 484.

486 Animal Behavior and Neuroethology
4 hours. Neural and behavioral mechanisms of environmental information processing and interaction throughout the animal kingdom; emphasis on invertebrate and lower vertebrates. Laboratory emphasizing individual research projects with a final report, and occasional field trips required. Animals used in instruction. Prerequisite(s): One advanced course in zoology and animal physiology.

489 Cellular Neurobiology Laboratory
3 hours. Recording from and analyzing the activity of nerve cells, neuronal networks, and other electrically excitable tissues. Prerequisite(s): BIOS 286 or the equivalent.

490 Topics in Ecology and Evolution
3 TO 4 hours. In-depth analysis of advanced topics in ecology and evolution, involving reading primary literature, term paper, student presentations and critical discussion. Credit varies according to topic offered. May be repeated. Students may register in more than one section per term. Prerequisite(s): Graduate standing or consent of the instructor.

518 Geobiology
4 hours. Interactions between microorganisms and minerals, preservation of organisms and biofilms, influence of microorganisms in biogeochemical cycles, microorganisms on early Earth, life in extreme environments, the "dark" biosphere, and astrobiology. Same as EAES 518. Recommended background: Basic knowledge of biology, chemistry, and earth sciences at the level of introductory college courses in each subject.

520 Topics in Genetics
2 hours. Discussion of selected topics of current interest in genetics. May be repeated. Students may register in more than one section per term. Prerequisite(s): BIOS 220 and BIOS 221 and consent of the instructor.

522 Molecular Biology Methods
3 hours. Current research in molecular biology. Prerequisite(s): Consent of the instructor. Corequisites: Requires concurrent registration in BIOS 524.

523 Biology of MicroRNAs and other Small RNAs
2 hours. History, overview and biology of small RNA pathways, including microRNAs, siRNAs, RNA interference, roles in various biological processes, implication in disease pathophysiology, and potential therapies. Same as ANAT 523. Prerequisite(s): Consent of the instructor.

524 Molecular Biology Principles
3 hours. Structures of DNA, RNA and protein; DNA replication, transcription of RNA, protein synthesis; chromatin; regulation of gene expression; principles of recombinant DNA. Prerequisite(s): Consent of instructor. Corequisites: Requires concurrent registration in BIOS 522.

525 Principles and Methods in Cell Biology
3 hours. Principles and Methods in Cell Biology and function in lambda, prokaryotes and eukaryotes; promoters, enhancers, RNA splicing, developmental regulation; protein secretion and targeting. Prerequisite(s): BIOS 522 and BIOS 524 and consent of the instructor. Corequisites: Requires concurrent registration in BIOS 528.

526 Molecular and Genetic Analysis of Development
3 hours. Examines developmental mechanisms used in animal model systems. Same as BCMG 526. Prerequisite(s): Graduate standing or consent of the instructor.

527 Cellular and Systems Neurobiology
3 hours. Molecular and cellular properties of ion channels in neurons and sensory cells and their relationship to brain and sensory systems. Same as ANAT 527 and NEUS 527. Prerequisite(s): Credit in one neuroscience course or consent of the instructor.

528 Current Literature in Cell Biology
3 hours. Topics in cell biology. Prerequisite(s): BIOS 522 and BIOS 524; and graduate standing; and consent of the instructor. Corequisites: Requires concurrent registration in BIOS 525.

530 Population Ecology
3 hours. Life histories, population processes and interactions, and theories of distribution and abundance. Prerequisite(s): BIOS 220 and BIOS 221 and BIOS 330 and BIOS 331 and consent of the instructor.

531 Introduction to Ecology and Evolution I
3 hours. Concepts, techniques, and skills needed for research in ecology and evolution. Prerequisite(s): Consent of the instructor.

532 Introduction to Ecology and Evolution II
3 hours. Evolutionary and physiological research. Prerequisite(s): Consent of the instructor.

534 Ecology of Biodiversity
3 hours. Causes and consequences of different levels of species diversity across a broad spectrum of systems. Core approaches and concepts of community ecology. Application of theory and empirical findings to conserving, managing and restoring biodiversity. Prerequisite(s): Consent of the instructor. Recommended Background: Undergraduate courses in basic ecology, calculus, and introductory statistics; at least one graduate course from the following: BIOS 530, BIOS 535, CME 521, UPP 554, or similar courses at UIC or other institutions.

535 Ecosystems
3 hours. Flow of energy and nutrients in aquatic and terrestrial environments. Prerequisite(s): BIOS 330.

539 Seminar in Ecology and Evolution
0 TO 1 hours. Graduate student and faculty seminars on selected topics in ecology and evolution. Credit is given only upon completion of a seminar presentation. Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory grading only. May be repeated.

540 Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Study of Integrated Human and Natural Landscapes
3 hours. Examination of ecological, biogeochemical and evolutionary principles; techniques and philosophies of ecological remediation, restoration and conservation; environmental regulation and policy; sustainability in theory and practice. Same as EAES 540 and CME 540. Prerequisite(s): Consent of the instructor.

546 Research Methods for Landscape Ecological and Anthropogenic Processes
4 hours. Students will develop the skills to choose and utilize relevant methods and tools used in the study and management of altered natural landscapes to achieve research and management objectives through hands-on interdisciplinary laboratory modules. Same as CME 546 and EAES 546. Prerequisite(s): Consent of the instructor.

547 Field Experiences in Landscape Ecological and Anthropogenic Processes
4 hours. Evaluation of the issues and needs of various landscape restorations and related urban-impacted sites in the Chicago metropolitan area based upon selected readings, site visits and presentations and discussions with the site manager/coordinators. Same as CME 547 and EAES 547. Prerequisite(s): Consent of the instructor.

548 Capstone Project in Landscape, Ecological and Anthropogenic Processes
4 hours. Interdisciplinary capstone project course that explores a "real-world" environmental issue selected by the students and approved by the faculty. Students will conduct research and analysis collaboratively and develop solutions and recommendations. Same as CME 548 and EAES 548. Prerequisite(s): Grade of B or better in BIOS 540 or Grade of B or better in CME 540 or Grade of B or better in EAES 540 or Grade of B or better in UPP 555; and Grade of B or better in BIOS 546 or Grade of B or better in CME 546 or Grade of B or better in EAES 546 or Grade of B or better in UPP 555; and Grade of B or better in BIOS 547 or Grade of B or better in CME 547 or Grade of B or better in EAES 547 or Grade of B or better in UPP 555.

552 Chemical Biology
4 hours. Major trends and recent developments in research at the interface of chemistry and biology. Same as CHEM 552.

559 Special Topics in Biochemistry
3 TO 4 hours. Selected topics of current interest in biochemistry. Same as CHEM 559. May be repeated. Students may register in more than one section per term. Prerequisite(s): CHEM 454 or BIOS 454 or consent of the instructor.

560 Topics in Paleontology
3 TO 4 hours. In-depth analysis of current problems and issues in paleontology, involving reading primary literature, student presentations, and critical discussions. Same as EAES 560. May be repeated if topics vary. Prerequisite(s): Consent of the instructor.

582 Methods in Modern Neuroscience
2 hours. Underlying principles and applications of techniques used to analyze nervous system organization and function. Behavioral, electrophysiological, anatomical, and biochemical approaches are considered. Same as NEUS 582. Animals used in instruction.

584 Foundations of Neuroscience I
3 hours. Provides a core understanding of modern neuroscience. Focuses on topics in cell and molecular neuroscience. Taught by faculty from multiple units. Same as NEUS 501. Recommended background: Credit or concurrent registration in GCLS 503.

585 Foundations of Neuroscience II
3 hours. A core understanding of modern neuroscience. Focus is on topics in systems, cognitive and behavioral neuroscience. Will be taught by faculty from multiple units. Continuation of NEUS 501. Same as NEUS 502. Prerequisite(s): NEUS 501 or BIOS 584. Recommended background: Credit or concurrent registration in NEUS 403.

586 Cell and Molecular Neurobiology
3 hours. Structure and function of voltage-dependent and neurotransmitter-gated ion channels; the role of these ion channels in synaptic transmission, synaptic modification, and neuromodulation. Same as ANAT 586. Prerequisite(s): BIOS 442 or consent of the instructor.

587 Topics in Neurobiology
1 TO 2 hours. In-depth analysis of advanced topics in neurobiology, involving reading primary literature, student presentations, and critical discussion. Credit varies according to the topic offered. May be repeated. Students may register in more than one section per term.

592 Research Seminar
1 TO 2 hours. Presentation of student research with an emphasis on problem-solving and theoretical implications. Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory grading only. May be repeated. Prerequisite(s): Consent of instructor.

593 Introduction to Laboratory Research
2 TO 6 hours. A hands-on, in-depth introduction to selected research topics and laboratory techniques designed for the beginning graduate student. Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory grading only. May be repeated. Students may register in more than one section per term. Prerequisite(s): Consent of the instructor.

594 Special Topics in Biological Sciences
1 TO 2 hours. Selected aspects in biological sciences. Credit varies according to the seminar offered. May be repeated. Students may register in more than one section per term.

595 Departmental Seminar
0 hours. Weekly seminar by staff and invited speakers. Required of graduate students every semester. Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory grading only. May be repeated.

597 Project Research
2 TO 8 hours. Guided research projects on selected topics in specific fields of advanced modern biology. Not to be used for thesis research. Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory grading only. May be repeated. Students may register in more than one section per term. Prerequisite(s): Consent of the instructor.

598 Master's Thesis Research
0 TO 16 hours. Independent research in specialized projects under the direction of a faculty member with appropriate graduate standing, leading to completion of master's thesis. Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory grading only. May be repeated. Prerequisite(s): Consent of the instructor.

599 Doctoral Thesis Research
0 TO 16 hours. Independent research on specialized topics under the direction of a faculty member with appropriate graduate standing, leading to completion of Ph.D. thesis. Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory grading only. May be repeated. Prerequisite(s): Consent of the instructor.


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