Biology Minor

Biology Minor requirements

The Department of Biology offers an 18-credit-hour biology minor that provides a strong foundation in the life sciences and that complements many other majors in the sciences or other fields. After completing a series of introductory courses, students have a broad choice of upper level electives that allow them to tailor their minor to their interests within life sciences subfields.

Students pursuing a Biology Minor should use the College Bulletin appropriate for your year of matriculation.

2021-22: Biology Minor, College of Arts and Sciences Bulletin
2020-21: Biology Minor, College of Arts and Sciences Bulletin
2019-20: Biology Minor, College of Arts and Sciences Bulletin
2018-19: Biology Minor, College of Arts and Sciences Bulletin

The Biology Minor provides students with an understanding of the processes through which evolution leads to organismal diversity and adaptation; the biology of individual organisms, populations, and ecosystems; biological mechanisms at molecular, genomic, and cellular levels; and other areas of interest depending on the courses selected.

Submit an application to obtain a Biology Minor