Bachelor of Science in Biology

Biology Program

The Biology program is designed to meet the career goals of students with widely varied interests.  Graduates of our program are prepared for entrance into graduate school or professional programs (medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, or other health professions), and for research, technical, and professional opportunities in health care, biotechnology, environmental management and conservation, education, scientific illustration and journalism.

 

 

Degree Requirements:

Core Program:

BIOL 131-132 Introductory Ecology & Evolution Lecture & Lab
BIOL 133-134 Introductory Cell & Molecular Biology Lecture & Lab
BIOL 237-238 Genetics Lecture & Lab
BIOL 243-244 Organismal Biology Lecture & Lab
BIOL 330-331 Ecology Lecture & Lab
BIOL 333-334 Biochemistry Lecture & Lab
     

Twelve additional credit hours of 300-400 level Biology electives, including one upper level course from the following biological sub-disciplines:  Cell/Molecular Biology; Oganismal Biology; Ecology.

Capstone Experience - Capstone Research, Internship or Course (variable credit)

 

Supporting Courses

A total of 120 credits are required for the Bachelor of Science in Biology. The remaining credits include courses taken to fulfill the requirement of the College Core Curriculum and electives.

For additional information on undergraduate programs, please contact us at:
biology@fredonia.edu


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