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Updated 2016-2017 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog

PDF of Aquatic Biology, B.S.

Biology

Faculty

Andy Arsham, Mark Fulton, Debbie Guelda, Andrew Hafs, Michael Hamann, Brian Hiller, Richard Koch, Holly LaFerriere, Kerry Openshaw, Elizabeth Rave, Mark Wallert

Programs

Department of Biology
S 230
Phone: (218) 755-2920
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Aquatic Biology, B.S. major

Required Credits: 75
Required GPA: 2.25

I REQUIRED BIOLOGY CORE COURSES

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING COURSES:

II REQUIRED AQUATIC BIOLOGY CORE COURSES

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING COURSES:

III CAPSTONE PROJECT

CAPSTONE PROJECT The Aquatic Biology capstone project, completed in the senior year, provides a culminating experience that integrates the knowledge and skills learned in previous courses and applies them to a scholarly activity. Examples of capstone projects may include original research projects or internships with state and federal agencies. The capstone project must be designed or chosen by the student in consultation with a faculty mentor or advisor, who must approve the project before work begins. Students should consult with their faculty mentor or advisor before their senior year commences. All capstone projects will include a written and oral component. Specific capstone requirements vary by field of emphasis. Refer to requirements as listed in specific emphases.


COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING COURSE:

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING COURSE:

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING COURSE:

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING COURSES:

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING COURSES:

WETLANDS ECOLOGY EMPHASIS

REQUIRED CORE COURSES:
COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING COURSES:

ELECTIVE CORE COURSES
SELECT A MINIMUM OF 6 CREDITS FROM THE FOLLOWING:

V REQUIRED COURSES IN RELATED FIELDS

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING COURSES:

SELECT 1 OF THE FOLLOWING COURSES:

SUGGESTED SEMESTER SCHEDULE FOR AQUATIC BIOLOGY MAJOR, B.S., WETLANDS EMPHASIS

The following is a list of required Aquatic Biology Major, B.S., Wetlands Emphasis courses arranged by year. This schedule is intended to assist students in planning their courses. There is some flexibility in this schedule, but graduation within four years will require close adherence to the specified sequence of courses. Always consult your academic advisor in Aquatic Biology as to the proper courses and sequence of courses needed for graduation.
Note: With proper student planning and in consultation with the Aquatic Biology academic advisor a student may complete his or her academic degree in 120 semester credits. It is possible, in some circumstances, that courses in a student's Liberal Education program may be used in his or her academic major.

Freshman

Sophomore

Junior

Senior