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Welsh, Chad

Assistant Professor
Division Chair, Biology, Earth Sciences/ Department Chair, Biology
School of Sciences

Young Hall 209
(636) 949-4399
CWelsh@lindenwood.edu



Course Information

Term Course Course Name

SP SEM 16 BSC 24400 12  Intro to Cellular and Molecular Biology (GE-BioSciLab)
SP SEM 16 BSC 28500 11  Methods and Writing for Biology
SP SEM 16 BSC 35300 11  Microbiology
SP SEM 16 BSC 35300 12  Microbiology
SP SEM 16 BSC 48000 ARCW  Independent Research
SP SEM 16 BSC 48600 11  Senior Synthesis
SU SEM 16 BSC 24000 11  Introduction to Biological Diversity (GE-BioSciLab)
SU SEM 16 BSC 24400 31  Intro to Cellular and Molecular Biology (GE-BioSciLab)
FA SEM 16 BSC 23000 11  Microbiology for Health Sciences
FA SEM 16 BSC 23000 12  Microbiology for Health Sciences
FA SEM 16 BSC 28500 11  Methods and Writing for Biology
FA SEM 16 BSC 35800 11  Parasitology
FA SEM 16 BSC 35800 12  Parasitology
FA SEM 16 BSC 48000 ARCW  Independent Research
FA SEM 16 BSC 48500 11  Biology Seminar




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