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College of Agriculture

Biological Sciences

(8 credits)

To fulfill the biological sciences core requirements, all students must complete at least two hours of laboratory credit in biological sciences each week for 32 weeks, or the equivalent. Completion of course sequences is recommended.

(4) BIOL 11000 (Fundamentals of Biology I) †
(4) BIOL 11100 (Fundamentals of Biology II) †
(2) BIOL 12100 (Biology I: Diversity, Ecology and Behavior)
(3) BIOL 13100 (Biology II: Development, Structure and Function of Organisms)
(1) BIOL 13600 (Quantitative and Problem Solving Skills)
(1) BIOL 13700 (Handling Cells and Tissues, Microscopy)
(1) BIOL 13800 (Information and Communication Skills)
(1) BIOL 13900 (Measurements and Basic Solution Chemistry)
(2) BIOL 19500 (First-Year Biology Laboratory) †
(4) BIOL 20300 (Human Anatomy and Physiology) †
(4) BIOL 20400 (Human Anatomy and Physiology) †
(4) BIOL 22100 (Introduction to Microbiology) †
(3) BIOL 23000 (Biology of the Living Cell)
(3) BIOL 23100 (Biology III: Cell Structure and Function)
(2) BIOL 23200 (Laboratory in Biology III: Cell Structure and Function) †
(2) BIOL 27000 (Cell Structure and Function)*
(2) BIOL 27100 (Laboratory in Cell Structure and Function) *
(2) BIOL 28000 (Genetics and Molecular Biology)*
(2) BIOL 28100 (Laboratory in Genetics and Molecular Biology) *
(1) BIOL 29500 (Quantitative Biology of the Living Cell)
(4) BTNY 11000 (Introduction to Plant Science)†
(4) BTNY 21000 (Introduction to Plant Science) *
(4) HORT 30100 (Plant Physiology) †

* This course is not currently offered.

† This course has a laboratory component.