The minor in biology allows students with an interest in biology applications and/or research to supplement their major with a foundation in the biological sciences and the potential for participating in interdisciplinary research-based projects.
To earn the minor, students must pass two core courses, an intermediate level course, and two elective courses. At least one of the minor courses must be a research-based directed study.
|BIOL1100||CELL & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY||4|
|BIOL1700||ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I||4|
|Select one (1) course|
|BIOL1750||ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II||4|
|BIOL2200||ADVANCED MOLECULAR BIOLOGY||4|
|Select two (2) courses from the following list or complete the second Intermediate Level BIOL course to satisfy the Elective Requirement :|
|BIOL2990||INDEPENDENT STUDY IN BIOLOGY 1,2||4|
|BIOL3000||APPLICATIONS IN GENETICS||4|
|BIOL3800||SPECIAL TOPICS IN BIOLOGY 1,2||4|
When offered as minor electives.
May fulfill the directed research requirement. Please check with the Associate Dean for the School of Sciences and Humanities