BioBonds

BioBonds

BioBonds are Learning Community Courses

BioBonds consist of:

  • BI 112 - Cell Biology for Health Occupations and
  • CH 112 - Chemistry for Health Occupations

BioBonds are co-requisite classes designed for specific health professions programs. There is no pre-requisite for BI 112. The pre-requisite for CH 112 is Math 52 or higher with a P grade of C- or better. Certain score levels of Lane's math placement test qualify to meet the pre-requisite. Review the course description on the class schedule for qualifying test scores or see the course descriptions below.

BioBonds are the pre-requisite for BI 231, Human Anatomy & Physiology (both with C- or better).

If you have taken previous biology and chemistry classes, please review your transcript, course description and syllabi for the classes you took and compare to the course descriptions listed below: 

BI 112 Course Description: Corequisite: CH 112 Introduction to human cell structure, function, respiration and division. Includes genetic concepts of DNA replication, protein synthesis, genes and inheritance. Laboratory skills: use of microscopes, identification of cell structures. With CH 112, prerequisite for Anatomy and Physiology BI 231.
4.000 Credit hours
30.000 TO 36.000 Lecture hours
30.000 TO 36.000 Lab hours

Levels: Credit
Schedule Types: Lecture plus Lec/Lab

CH 112 Course Description: Prerequisite: MTH 052 or above with grade of 'C-' or better or pass placement test. Corequisite: BI 112. Introduction to atoms, states of matter, bonding, energy, acid/base and buffer chemistry, organic and biological chemistry including lipids, carbohydrates, nucleic acids, proteins, and metabolic pathways. Lecture/recitation and laboratory. With BI 112, the prerequisite for Anatomy and Physiology BI 231.
4.000 Credit hours
40.000 TO 48.000 Lecture hours

Levels: Credit
Schedule Types: Lecture plus Lec/Lab

If you are certain you have learned the content with qualifying grades, you may send your unofficial transcript, course description and syllabus to our BioBonds Coordinators at: