The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is a public university located in Champaign, Illinois. It was founded in 1867 and it currently enrolls 31,540 undergraduate and 12,322 graduate students.

Courses

Animal Biology Catalog
Anthropology Catalog
Integrative Biology Catalog
Plant Biology Catalog

Plants, People and the Environment (Integrative Biology 102, 3 hours)
This course will emphasize the biological, economic and environmental importance of plants in today’s world.
(Not currently offered)

Insects and People (Integrative Biology 109, 3 or 4 hours)
This course will focus on the biology of insects and their relationship with people.
Instructor: May Berenbaum

Plants and Their Uses (Integrative Biology 363, 3 hours)
This lecture will provide an introduction to the domestication of cultivated plants and a comparison/in-depth look at the major uses of plants in the world today.
Instructor: David Seigler

Departments

Animal Biology
Anthropology
Integrative Biology
Plant Biology