The biology: ecology and evolution minor provides students with the opportunity to experience both the ecological and evolutionary underpinnings of modern biology. The minor explores these areas of biology through laboratory and field experiences. The minor is closed to students majoring in biology or enrolled in the biology concentration of the environmental science major.
|Choose one of the following sequences:|
|BIOL-101, 102, 103, 104||General Biology I, II and Labs|
|BIOL-121, 122||Introduction to Biology I, II|
|Choose one of the following:|
|Elective choices should total a minimum of 11 credit hours|
|BIOL-207||Galapagos: Ecology and Evolution|
|BIOL-218||Biology of Plants|
|BIOL-293||Evolution and Creationism|
|BIOL-309||Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy|
|BIOL-313||Comparative Animal Physiology|
|BIOL-385||Seneca Park Zoo Internship|
* Two courses must be 300-level or above.