The discipline of life science or biology deals with the origin, development, structure, function, classification, and distribution of living organisms as represented by plants, animals, fungi, bacteria, and viruses. Taking coursework in the sub-areas of anatomy, physiology, taxonomy, ecology, and genetics can help develop knowledge in this area that may bridge to K-8 curricula.
|BIO 302||Human Genetics||4|
|Select from the following: 1||12|
|Plant Diversity and Ecology|
|Human Anatomy and Physiology I|
|Human Anatomy and Physiology II|
|Biology of Cancer|
|Genetic Engineering Technology (B7) 2|
|Plants, People and Civilization|
|Public Health Microbiology|
|World Aquaculture: Applications, Methodologies and Trends (B7) 2|
|Technologies for Ocean Discovery (B7) 2|
|Communicating Ocean Sciences to Informal Audiences|
Only upper division courses may be used for a Biology minor
Satisfies GE requirement.