Biology Minor

A minor in Biology will familiarize students with concepts and research tools that scientists use to understand the living world and solve real-world problems. By minoring in biology, students from various disciplines such as business, computer science, psychology, and health sciences can combine their expertise with their knowledge of the natural world to enhance their career options. A minor in Biology consists of a minimum of 16 credits in Biology, including BIO 166 and BIO 167 (8 credits), one 200 level course and one 300 or 400 level course (8 credits). The 100-level courses are STEM Variants that students can substitute to satisfy their General Education requirements.

A minor in Biology consists of a minimum of 16 credits in Biology

(8 credits):

BIO 166 and BIO 167.

Credits
BIO 166Principles of Biology: Cells and Genes

4

BIO 167Principles of Biology: Organisms

4

(8 credits) selected from:

One 200 level course and one 300 or 400 level course (8 credits). 

The 100-level courses are STEM Variants that students can substitute to satisfy their General Education requirements.

Credits
BIO 200, 300, or 400 levels Biology courses