Course Description:


This is the first in a three-course series which, together, are designed for those who are learning to teach high school biology. This is a rigorous chemistry course that builds upon foundational topics in physics and chemistry, pulling them together to represent a capstone of science education. Topics include chemistry and chemical bonds, energy and entropy, origins of life, chemistry of life, membranes, and enzymes.


Prerequisite:  None


Number of Credits: 3


Course Description


This is the second in a three-course series which, together, are designed for those who are learning to teach high school biology. This is a rigorous biology course looks closely at prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells, and delves into their functions. Topics include prokaryotes, eukaryotes, energy processing, gene expression and protein synthesis, mitosis and meiosis, Mendelian genetics, and non-Mendelian genetics.


Prerequisite:  BIOL6841


Number of Credits: 3


Course Description:


This is the third in a three-course series which, together, are designed for those who are learning to teach high school biology. This is a rigorous biology course looks closely at how organisms function together and they systems of the human body. Topics include evolution, classification, the biosphere, ecosystems, and anatomy and physiology.


Prerequisite:  BIOL6481, BIOL6482


Number of Credits: 3

About


This is the first in a four-course series which, together, are designed for those who are learning to teach AP Biology. This is a rigorous course that builds upon foundational topics in physics and chemistry, pulling them together to show how these fuel biological processes. Topics include foundations of chemistry, origins and chemistry of life, prokaryotes and eukaryotes, membranes and water potential.


Credits: 3

This course will be available for enrollment in December 2022. Email admissions@njctl.org with any questions.


About:


This is the third in a four-course series which, together, are designed for those who are learning to teach AP Biology. This is a rigorous course that builds upon foundational topics in physics and chemistry, pulling them together to show how these fuel biological processes. Topics include replication, transcription, translation, cell cycle, meiosis, genetic diversity, and heredity.


Number of Credits: 3

This course will be available for enrollment in December 2022. Email admissions@njctl.org with any questions.


About:


This is the fourth in a four-course series which, together, are designed for those who are learning to teach AP Biology. This is a rigorous course that builds upon foundational topics in physics and chemistry, pulling them together to show how these fuel biological processes. Topics include biotechnology, evolution, population genetics, phylogeny, biosphere, ecosystems, populations & communities and biodiversity & disruptions.


Number of Credits: 3