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2014-2015 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog

PDF of Biology, B.S.

Biology

Faculty

Mark Fulton, Debbie Guelda, Andrew Hafs, Michael Hamann, Brian Hiller, Richard Koch, Kerry Openshaw, Elizabeth Rave

Programs

Department of Biology
S 230
Phone: (218) 755-2920
Fax: (218) 755-4107

Biology, B.S. major

This emphasis applies only to the Biology Major, B.S. It does not apply to the Biology Major, B.A. and Science (Life Science) Major, B.S. (Teacher Licensure).

The suggested courses are designed to focus the student's Biology Major with an emphasis in Wildlife Management. This emphasis guides the educational development of students preparing for graduate training and careers in the field of wildlife management.

Students complete this emphasis with careful selection of courses while fulfilling the requirement for the Biology Major, B.S. degree. This emphasis is neither a major nor a minor. It is a series of selected courses providing some level of specialization in wildlife management.

Required Credits: 73
Required GPA: 2.25

I REQUIRED BIOLOGY CORE COURSES

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING COURSES:

II REQUIRED EMPHASIS COURSES

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING COURSES:

III CAPSTONE EXPERIENCE


This requirement may be completed in one of the
following ways: A OR B

A.
COMPLETE A TWO-SEMESTER, 4 CREDIT RESEARCH COURSE (2
CREDITS PER SEMESTER)--ADVANCED LABORATORY PROJECTS IN
BIOLOGY (BIOL 4894 AND BIOL 4895) OR ADVANCED FIELD
PROJECTS IN BIOLOGY (BIOL 4896 AND BIOL 4897)

B.
COMPLETE SOME OTHER CAPSTONE EXPERIENCE APPROVED BY
YOUR BIOLOGY ACADEMIC ADVISOR AND THE DEPARTMENT

    IV REQUIRED COURSES IN RELATED FIELDS

    COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING COURSES: