Centre for Extended Learning(CEL)
East Campus 3 (EC3)
195 Columbia St. W.
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|Course Title||The Biology of Aging|
|Online Offers||No offers currently scheduled.
Last offer: Spring 2017
An introductory study of the biological processes of aging at the molecular, cellular and systemic levels. Topics include an examination of the theories of aging, methods used to study the aging process, the role of diseases and chronological changes in the organism during senescence.[Offered: S]
Typical terms may not reflect online offerings.
|Course Work and Exam||Spring 2017 course outline (note 2)|
|Special Notes||1) It is important to stress that this course has no prerequisites. It is intended for students who have little biology background. However, a basic knowledge of biology is absolutely necessary in order to appreciate the complexity of many of the processes that will be discussed.|
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