Minor in Bioscience and Society

Designed for non-majors, the minor in bioscience and society is accessible to all students with an interest in biology. The minor includes a list of topical courses from which students can choose freely depending upon interest.

Required Courses *
Select one of the following options:3.0-4.0
Applied Cells, Genetics & Physiology
Cells, Genetics & Physiology
   and Cells, Genetics and Physiology Laboratory
Select one of the following options:3.0-4.0
Applied Biological Diversity, Ecology & Evolution
Biological Diversity, Ecology & Evolution
   and Biological Diversity, Ecology and Evolution Laboratory
BIO 217Evolution (required)4.0
Select four of the following: **12.0-14.0
Biotechnology for Society
How Your Body Works-Or Not
Basics of Cancer
Biology of Stress
Genetically Modified Foods
Environmental Science and Society
History of Life on Earth
Issues in Global Change I: Seminar
Issues in Global Change II: Research


 A minimum of 24.0 credits is required for the minor.


Other courses may be substituted depending on yearly course offerings after consultation with an academic advisor in the Department of Biology.

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