Avoiding scheduling conflicts

Bioc 115 meets in the second half of the semester and does not conflict Bioc 211

Scheduling around Bioc 211

Bioc 211 is listed as a "Full Term" course. This is deceptive. Bioc 211 class meetings are only held in the FIRST HALF of the semester and will not conflict with any 2nd half semester courses. To register for any 2nd half semester courses offered at the same time as 211, download an Overlapping or Double-Booked Registration Form (http://registrar.rice.edu/onlineforms/?linkidentifier=id&itemid=223) and have it signed by the instructors of both courses. Take this to the registrar along with your Special Registration Form for Bioc 211. EBIO 213 and Bioc 115 will never conflict with Bioc 211, as they are offered in the second half of the semester after Bioc 211 meetings have ended. Students interested in enrolling in Bioc 111 or Bioc 211 should view sign up information at http://www.clear.rice.edu/bioc111/

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Bioc 115 is cross-listed as FSEM 115 and eligible for Natural Sciences D3 distribution credit.

Bioc 115 is a part of Reading to Research, a project designed to lead students from the scientific literature to participation in laboratory research. It was developed with support from an HHMI Professor grant awarded to Bonnie Bartel.

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