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Concentrations
Suggested Biology Electives for a Particular Concentration

The following are not 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. 

Below are examples of courses that students who are interested in certain concentrations might select:

Environmental Research | Forensic Science | Physical or Occupational Therapy
Health Profession | Biomedical Research | Teaching Secondary School Level


Environmental Research
BIOL 225 Microbiology BIOL 320 Systemic Physiology
BIOL 301 Comparative Chordate Anatomy  BIOL 321 Molecular Biology
BIOL 304 Invertebrate Zoology  BIOL 326 Animal Behavior
BIOL 305 Plant Biology BIOL 409 Marine and Estuarine Biology 

Forensic Science
BIOL 255 Microbiology BIOL 328 Forensic Biology
BIOL 301 Comparative Chordate Anatomy BIOL 333 Human Pathophysiology
BIOL 305 Plant Biology BIOL 401 Histology
BIOL 320 Systemic Physiology BIOL 426 Immunology
BIOL 321 Molecular Biology

Physical or Occupational Therapy
BIOL 109-110 Anatomy & Physiology BIOL 309 Kinesiology
BIOL 225 Microbiology BIOL 333 Human Pathophysiology
BIOL 306 Physiology of Exercise BIOL 401 Histology

Health Profession
(medical, dental, etc)
BIOL 225 Microbiology BIOL 401 Histology
BIOl 301 Comparative Chordate Anatomy  BIOL 405 Neurobiology
BIOL 305 Plant Biology BIOL 426 Immunology
BIOL 320 Systemic Physiology BIOL 433-434 Biochemistry
BIOL 321 Molecular Biology


Biomedical Research 
BIOL 225 Microbiology BIOL 331 Cell Biology
CHEM 433-434 Biochemistry   BIOL 401 Histology
BIOL 302 Developmental Biology BIOL 405 Neurobiology
BIOL 321 Molecular Biology BIOL 426 Immunology

Teaching at the Secondary School Level 
(These students must be registered in the Department of Teacher Education)
BIOL 109-110 Anatomy and Physiology BIOL 304 Invertebrate Zoology
BIOL 225 Microbiology  BIOL 305 Plant Science
BIOL 317 Evolution BIOL 321 Molecular Biology
BIOL 302 Developmental Biology BIOL 326 Animal Behavior

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