Minor in Biological Science
Units required for Minor: 20
The minor in Biological Sciences is designed to provide students in other majors with the opportunity to broaden their exposure to and understanding of the biological sciences. The minor complements several majors that require coursework in biological sciences, including Chemistry, Nursing, Environmental Studies, Health Science, Kinesiology, and Family and Consumer Sciences.
The minor requires 20 units. The 20 units must include a minimum of 10 upper division units at least one of the upper division courses must have a laboratory component. Three units of biochemistry may be counted toward the minor. Six upper division units must be earned in residence.
No more than two units of the following may be counted toward the minor:
|BIO 186A||Cell and Molecular Biology Seminar||1|
|BIO/ENVS 186B||Ecological and Environmental Issues Seminar||1|
|BIO 194||Biology-Related Work Experience||6 - 12|
|BIO 195||Biological Internship||1 - 2|
|BIO 197A||Laboratory Teaching Assistant||1 - 2|
|BIO 197B||Laboratory Techniques||1 - 2|
|BIO 197C||Co-curricular Activities in Biology||1 - 2|
|BIO 199A||Introductory Undergraduate Research||1 - 2|
|BIO 199B||Directed Readings||1 - 2|
Note: All prerequisites for all courses will be enforced.