Biology Education (Grades 9 - 12)
Required courses include:
BIOL 100 - Modern Concepts in Life Science *
BIOL 108 - Botany *
BIOL 168 - Introduction to Mammalian Anatomy and Physiology I
BIOL 169 - Introduction to Mammalian Anatomy and Physiology II
BIOL 180 - Invertebrate Zoology *
BIOL 221- Introduction to Environmental Science
BIOL 290 - General Genetics *
BIOL 308 - Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy *
BIOL 310 - Evolution
BIOL 326 - Ecology
BIOL 341 - Cell Biology
BIOL 343 - Microbiology
BIOL 378 - Junior Seminar I
BIOL 379 - Junior Seminar II
BIOL 477 - Senior Seminar I
BIOL 478 - Senior Seminar II
BIOL 490 - Senior Project
PHYS 201 - General Physics I
PHYS 202 - General Physics II
CHEM 101 - General Chemistry I
CHEM 102 - General Chemistry II
CHEM 211 - Organic Chemistry I
CHEM 212 - Organic Chemistry II
GENS 480 - Methods and Materials in Teaching Physical and Life
To fulfill the Liberal Arts Core in Math, one of the following  must be taken:

MATH 105 - Precalculus
MATH 201 - Calculus I
MATH 202 - Calculus II
MATH 281 - Statistical Methods I

* = Must be taken prior to student teaching.
German or French is recommended for those students preparing for graduate school. A semester of calculus is highly recommended. Statistics is recommended for students preparing for graduate work in ecology, wildlife biology, genetics, and certain other fields. Students with a special interest in botany should elect BIOL 338 as the course from BIOL 338, 440, and 442; BIOL 102 (Horticultural Science), 228 (Field Botany), and 326 (Ecology) are strongly recommended.

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