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Concentrations
SUGGESTED BIOLOGYELECTIVES FOR A PARTICULAR CONCENTRATION (27 CREDITS)
The following are in no way to be considered requirements but merely guides. Each student, in consultation with her/his advisor, should elect courses to prepare the student for her/his post-baccalaureate goals.

Students with an interest in ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY might elect courses such as:
Animal Behavior
Comparative Chordate Anatomy
Invertebrate Zoology
Marine and Estuarine Biology
Microbiology and Human Disease
Plant Science
Systemic Physiology

Students with an interest in FORENSIC SCIENCE might elect courses such as:
Comparative Chordate Anatomy
Forensic Science
Histology
Human Pathophysiology
Immunology
Microbiology and Human Disease
Molecular Biology
Systemic Physiology

Students considering a career in PHYSICAL THERAPY might elect courses such as:
Anatomy & Physiology I
Anatomy & Physiology II
Human Pathophysiology
Histology
Microbiology and Human Disease

Students considering pre-professional school (medical, dental, podiatry, optometry, etc.) might elect courses such as:
Cell Physiology
Comparative Chordate Anatomy
Histology
Immunology
Microbiology
Molecular Biology
Neurobiology
Systemic Physiology

Students considering doctoral studies and a career in RESEARCH might elect courses such as:
Cell Physiology
Developmental Biology
Histology
Immunology
Microbiology
Molecular Biology
Neurobiology
Tissue Culture

Students with an interest in TEACHING at the secondary school level might elect courses such as the following. (These students must be registered in the Teacher Education program.)
Anatomy and Physiology I
Anatomy and Physiology II
Animal Behavior
Developmental Biology
Invertebrate Zoology
Microbiology and Human Disease
Molecular Biology