Biology Teaching Area (6-12)

Requirements: 45 credits from the areas of biology and chemistry, including 2 credits in secondary science methods

BIOL2220. General Biology I (3); and
BIOL2220L. General Biology I Laboratory (1)
BIOL2230. General Biology II (3); and
BIOL2230L. General Biology II Laboratory (1)
BIOL2240. Plant and Animal Ecology (3)
BIOL2970. Introduction to Research (1)
BIOL3160. Plant Taxonomy (3); and
BIOL3160L. Plant Taxonomy Laboratory (1)
BIOL3640. Teaching Science in the Secondary School (2)
BIOL3720. Genetics (3); and
BIOL3720L. Genetics Laboratory (1)
BIOL3740. Origins (3)
Select one of the following zoology sequences:
     BIOL3300. Vertebrate Zoology: Herpetology (3); and
     BIOL3300L. Vertebrate Zoology: Herpetology Laboratory (1); or
     BIOL3320. Vertebrate Zoology: Ornithology (3); and
     BIOL3320L. Vertebrate Zoology: Ornithology Laboratory (1); or
     BIOL3330. Vertebrate Zoology: Mammalogy (3); and
     BIOL3330L. Vertebrate Zoology: Mammalogy Laboratory (1)
Select one of the following anatomy/physiology sequences:
     BIOL2010. Human Anatomy and Physiology I (3); and
     BIOL2010L. Human Anatomy and Physiology I Laboratory (1); or
     BIOL2030. Human Anatomy and Physiology II (3); and
     BIOL2030L. Human Anatomy and Physiology II Laboratory (1); or
     BIOL3360. Vertebrate Comparative Anatomy (3); and
     BIOL3360L. Vertebrate Comparative Anatomy Laboratory (1); or
     BIOL3620. Vertebrate Physiology (3); and
     BIOL3620L. Vertebrate Physiology Laboratory (1)
Eight (8) credits selected from biology numbered 2000 and above
Complete one of the following chemistry sequences:
     CHEM1210. Principles of Organic and Biochemistry (3); and
     CHEM1210L. Principles of Organic and Biochemistry Laboratory (1); or
     CHEM2210. General Chemistry I (3); and
     CHEM2210L. General Chemistry I Laboratory (1)