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BIOLOGY AND BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES (L41)  (Dept. Info)Arts & Sciences  (Policies)SP2017

L41 BIOL 493Seminar in Advanced BiologyVar. Units (max = 4.0)
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01TBATBA[TBA]See Department000
Desc:In special cases, credit may be given for individual study. Topics of study and credit must be arranged with a faculty sponsor and approved by the Department.
02TBATBA[TBA]See Department1500
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06TBA(None) / [TBA]See Department1100
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