This general degree offers students the flexibility to choose a broad range of courses within biology or to tailor course requirements to specific interests. Program goals, outcomes and assessments have been established for the General Biology with no specialization. Electives must be approved by a Biology advisor.
|B.S. Core Requirements (beginning Fall 2008)||61|
|Electives Course Requirements (by advisement)||39|
Organismal diversity requirement: All students in the Biology B.S. program must take at least one advanced (300 or 400 level) animal course, one advanced plant course, and one advanced course covering other organisms (fungi, protists, bacteria, viruses). These courses may be contained within the Core or taken as electives. See department for list of approved courses in each category. These need not be additional courses already included to satisfy other major requirements.
|B.S. Core Requirements (see link for using catalogs before Fall 2008)||66-67|
|Electives by advisement||33-34|
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