The UNSW Evolutionary and Functional Biology (BIOS1101) course examines the evolutionary history of life on Earth. You’ll explore human origins and the relationship between environment, adaptation, form and function. Using evidence from the fossil record and living world (animal and plant physiology), you’ll identify patterns of structure, organisation and development.
Upon successful completion of this course, you’ll have the ability to do the following:
Term offering: Term 2
Course attendance: In person
Level: Undergraduate - First year
Course code: BIOS1101
This foundational Stage 1 course is designed to cover the introductory concepts of evolutionary and functional biology, which are required for higher-level courses in Biological Sciences.
The course is structured via lectures and practicals to encompass three major themes as modules: