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2008-2009 Undergraduate Catalog 
2008-2009 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Biology Organismal Biology Specialization, B.S.

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The organismal biology specialization allows a student to explore the structure (morphology), function (physiology), development, behavior and taxonomic diversity of animals, plants, fungi and/or microbes. A student looking for a traditional zoology or botany program will be well served by this specialization. The organismal specialization is a good choice for students preparing for graduate study in  organismal biology or planning for a career in the health professions, forensics, or state or federal agency work, and it can complement other programs such as teaching, biological anthropology and psychology.

Required Courses

Additional Required Courses

  • Organismal Biology Electives Credits: 23-25

Select two of the following structural/ functional courses - Credits: 10 to 11

Select one of the following taxonomy courses - Credits: 4 to 5

Total Credits: 100

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