APS 121 Evolution
This course presents evolution as the central unifying theme of modern biology. It begins with a brief overview of the origin of life and important events in the early history of life on earth. It goes on to explore evolutionary mechanisms: essentially how evolution works. The course finishes with three case studies in evolution.
Aims and Objectives
This unit aims to introduce students to evolutionary theory and demonstrate that evolution is the central unifying theme of modern biology.
By the end of the unit the student will be able to:
Delivery Method: 18 lectures, 3 practicals
Student Contact hours: 27
ASSESSMENT METHOD: 2 hour, multiple-choice examination
FEEDBACK: You will receive feedback via the online self-assessment test. You will also receive feedback on your performance in different sections of the multiple choice examination after the marks have been released.
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