By studying Biology, students learn to make more informed decisions about their own health and about significant biological issues such as genetically modified crops, the use of antibiotics and the eradication of invasive species. In this course, I will bring you up to speed with these realities which will, in turn, help you to pass your exams. Remember to ask questions in the course forum and attend all live sessions.
At the end of this course, candidates should be able to:
(i) Demonstrate sufficient knowledge of the concepts of the diversity interdependence and unity of
(ii) Account for the continuity of life through reorganization, inheritance, and evolution;
(iii) Apply biological principles and concepts to everyday life, especially to matters affecting living
things, individuals, society, the environment, community health, and the economy.