BIOLOGY COURSE OFFERINGS
IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING SUMMER 2020 BIOLOGY COURSE OFFERINGS:
AS A RESULT OF CHANGES IN UNIVERSITY OPERATIONS DUE TO THE CURRENT PANDEMIC, BIOL2100 AND BIOL3410 WILL NOW BE OFFERED DURING SUMMER SESSION III (JULY 13 - AUGUST 6) RATHER THAN SESSION II.
BIOL2200 AND BIOL3420 WILL NOT BE TAUGHT THIS SUMMER AND WILL NEXT BE OFFERED IN SPRING 2021.
ALL SUMMER CLASSES SCHEDULED TO BE TAUGHT AT MOUNTAIN LAKE (MLBS) HAVE BEEN CANCELLED FOR THIS SUMMER.
The Student Information System (SIS) is the official resource for viewing UVA’s complete Course Catalog, as well as term-by-term course listings.
You can also browse both specific semester schedules of classes (fall, spring, January, summer) and the complete course catalog on the unofficial “Lou’s List.”
If you’re trying to plan your Biology course schedule over the next several semesters, you can use the list of Regularly Offered Biology Major Courses, which identifies “typical” fall versus spring semester scheduling.
More information about summer courses that are taught at the Biology Department’s Mountain Lake Biological Station can be found on the field station’s website.
More information about the Biology Department’s international course offerings (such as the popular BIOL 3660/EVSC 3660: Marine Biology and Coral Reef Ecology in San Salvador) can be found on the Study Abroad Program: UVA in the Bahamas website. If you wish to have more information or have questions, please contact Professor David Smith (email@example.com) for information or to set up a meeting to discuss the course.