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Base Curriculum Courses

No credit toward the major/specialization
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BIO 2010

Principles of Biology I4.5 credits
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CHM 2003

General Chemistry I4 credits
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MTH 2003

Pre-calculus and Elements of Calculus *3 credits
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Precalculus3 credits
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 A more advanced calculus course3-4 credits
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Program Prerequisites                         16.5 – 17.5 credits
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BIO 3001

Principles of Biology II4.5 credits
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CHM 3001

General Chemistry II4 credits
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CHM 3003

Principles of Organic Chemistry I4 credits
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PHY 2003

General Physics I4 credits
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PHY 3010

Quantitative Physics I5 credits
Required Courses                               7 credits

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STA

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Statistics for Social Sciences (formerly STA 2100)3 credits
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STA 2000

Business Statistics3 credits
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Biostatistics (
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3 credits 
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BIO 3015

Principles of Genetics4 credits

Electives                               19 – 20.5 credits

Electives are based on students' interests and future goals, and are chosen in consultation with a faculty advisor. The major includes five elective courses, at least two of which must be at the 4000-level or higher, chosen from the following list:

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BIO 3005

Molecular and Cellular Biology4 credits

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Conservation Biology and Sustainable Development (
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4.5 credits
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BIO 3010

Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy4 credits
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BIO 3012

Endocrinology4 credits
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BIO 3020

Biology of Invertebrates (
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4 credits
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History and Evolution of Life (

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effective spring 2019 course title changes to: Principles of Evolution: Processes, Patterns, and the History of Life

4 credits
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Introduction to Molecular Biotechnology

4 credits
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BIO 3040

Plants in Action4 credits
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BIO 4004

Microbiology4 credits
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BIO 4010

Human Physiology4 credits
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BIO 4015

Developmental Biology4 credits
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BIO 5000-5004

Independent Study3-4 credits
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BIO 6001H-6003H

Honors4 credits
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CHM 4010

Medicinal Chemistry4 credits
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CHM 4900

Biochemistry4 credits
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CHM 5000-5004

Independent Study3-4 credits
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CHM 6001H-6003H

Honors4 credits
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ENV 3001

Introduction to Environmental Science4 credits
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ENV 3002

Energy Conservation4 credits
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ENV 3003

Human Conservation4 credits
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ENV 3005

Economic and Legal Aspects of Ecology4 credits
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ENV 3006

Global Ecology4 credits
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ENV 3008

Air and Water Pollution4 credits

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Tropical Reef Ecology   (plus lab
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3 credits
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ENV 3050

Freshwater Ecology   (BIO 3050)4 credits
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ENV 4005

Ecosystem Sustainability4 credits
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ENV 4020

Microbial Ecology4 credits
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ENV 4900

Topics in Environmental Science4 credits
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ENV 5000-5004

Independent Study3-4 credits
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ENV 6001H-6002H

Honors4 credits

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