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280/380. Internship: See Additional Academic Programs, All-College Independent Study
Courses 280/380.

290/390. Individual Project: See Additional Academic Programs, All-College Independent
Study Courses 290/390.

485. Problems
Investigation of a problem in biochemistry and/or molecular biology, including a review of the
literature, collection and interpretation of data, and writing of a research report. May be
repeated once for credit. For seniors and advanced juniors. This is a capstone expreience for
BMB majors. Arrangements must be made with the instructor before registering.

Biology (BIO)

Jeffrey Cardon, Barbara Christie-Pope, Marty Condon, S. Andy McCollum, Tammy Mildenstein,
Brian Nowak-Thompson (chair), Craig Tepper

Major: A minimum of 13 courses (12 courses if CHE 161 is taken), including at least 10 courses
in Biology, eight of which must be at or above the 200 level; also CHE 121-122 (or 161), and 225
(Chemical Principles I, II, or Accelerated General Chemistry, and Organic Chemistry I).

The courses in Biology must include the seven core courses listed below and at least one course
from each of the other three groupings:

Core Courses
BIO 141 Foundations: Cellular Biology
BIO 142 Foundations: Organismal Biology
BIO 205 Cell and Molecular Biology
BIO 211 Evolution
BIO 315 Genetics
BIO 321 Ecology
Capstone Experience: BIO 485 Biological Problems or BMB 485 Problems

Cell Grouping                  Plant Grouping             Animal Grouping
BIO 305 Advanced Molecular     BIO 209 Plant Morphology   BIO 254 Ornithology
                               BIO 332 Plant Systematics  BIO 308 Invertebrate Zoology
    Biology                                               BIO 312 Vertebrate Zoology
BIO 313 Developmental Biology                             BIO 334 Animal Behavior
BIO 326 Microbiology                                      BIO 337 Entomology
BIO 327 Immunology                                        BIO 381 Topics- Animal
BIO 328 Neurobiology                                      BIO 384 Topics- Animal
BIO 335 Chemical Ecology

Appropriate supporting work in chemistry, physics, and mathematics is also strongly

Teaching Certification: Students who are interested in pursuing K-12 certification to teach
science should seek admission to the Teacher Education Program. See the Education
department section for application and certification information (pages 109-111).

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