Biology

Biology Minor


To declare a minor go to this form and submit it to the Registrar's Office.  Note the form currently says it is to change your major but if you scroll through the form you will find the area to declare a minor.
 

Coursework for a minor in Biology

The biology minor is a broad minor focusing on the various aspects of biological sciences.  Students completing a minor in biology should acquire a basic knowledge of the biological sciences and become familiar with the scientific method and its applications in research.

Two prerequisite courses are required before you begin the biology minor. 

BIOL 1010/1011  Principles of Biology I and laboratory (can be used as Core)

BIOL 1020/1021  Principles of Biology II and laboratory (can be used as Core)

Students should check the prerequisite requirements for each course they plan to take.  Some courses require prerequisite courses. 

Select four courses (12 - 16  hrs); at least one course must be 4000 level:

BIOL 2023 Botany
BIOL 2033 Zoology
BIOL 2100/2110 Anatomy and Physiology I and Lab
BIOL 2110/2111 Anatomy and Physiology II and Lab
BIOL 3100 Biology of Forensics
BIOL 3010/3011 Microbiology
BIOL 3160 Clinical Pharmacology
BIOL 3250 Epidemiology
BIOL 3303 Genetics
BIOL 3800 Topics in Ecological Economics (junior standing)
BIOL 4013 Medical Microbiology
BIOL 4033 Virology
BIOL 4053 Industrial Microbiology
BIOL 4063 Environmental Microbiology
BIOL 4073 Immunobiology
BIOL 4103 Developmental Biology
BIOL 4153 Vertebrate Physiology
BIOL 4203 Ecology
BIOL 4210 Population Ecology
BIOL 4233 Environmental Pollution & Control
BIOL 4240 Ecosystems
BIOL 4343 Histology
BIOL 4353 Cell Biology
BIOL 4400 Human Genetics
BIOL 4503 Freshwater Biology
BIOL 4513 Invertebrate Zoology
BIOL 4523 Wetlands
BIOL 4533 Conservation Biology
BIOL 4543 Field Botany
BIOL 4603 Molecular Genetics
BIOL 4663 Field Zoology
BIOL 4753 Endocrinology
BIOL 4760 Evolutionary Biology
BIOL 4800 Perspectives in Biology I
BIOL 4803 Perspectives in Biology II
BIOL 4970 Special Topics