Introductory Biology

Science  |
High School

Course Information

Introductory Biology
This course provides an overview of the processes of living things, from a cellular level to the biosphere. It is a valuable course for any student, especially those requiring a general knowledge of biology for postsecondary study or careers in the fields of health or environmental sciences. Laboratory activities integrating scientific investigation and process skills make up an important component of this course. Students receiving credit for this course cannot also receive credit for General Biology or General Biology Honors.

Note: A state required End-of-Course (EOC) exam is mandatory upon completion of this course. The exam will be conducted in a face-to-face seated setting, and travel may be required to a designated location for its administration. For students enrolled at Springfield Public Schools or MOCAP: Successful completion of this exam is a requirement for receiving credit for the course.

Subject: Science
State Number: 134200
Course Credits: Full Credit (1.0) Course
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