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Minor in Biology

Why Minor in Biology at Eastern?

The Minor in Biology at Eastern University prepares students to enter the job market in careers such as education, field biology, or laboratory research.  The minor features consists of three areas: social science, pre-medical and environmental.

Eighteen hours are required for a biology minor with no more than two courses at the 100-level.

Course Number Course Name Credit
Recommended Courses for Social Science: 20
BIOL 103 General Biology: Earth-Keeping
BIOL 151 General Biology I
BIOL 233 Human Physiology and Anatomy I
BIOL 234 Human Physiology and Anatomy II
BIOL 312 Genetics
Recommended Courses for Pre-Medical: 28
BIOL 151 General Biology I
BIOL 152 General Biology II
BIOL 216 Introduction to Microbiology
BIOL 310 Animal Physiology
BIOL 311 Cell Biology
BIOL 312 Genetics
CHEM 320 Biochemistry I
CHEM 322 Biochemistry Laboratory
Recommended Courses for Environmental: 22-23
BIOL 103 General Biology: Earth-Keeping
BIOL 151 General Biology I
BIOL 152 General Biology II
BIOL 290 Tropical Biology
BIOL 309 Ecology
BIOL 350 (A) Entomology, (B) Vertebrate Zoology, or (C) Vascular Plants
Au Sable courses

*BIOL 103, 104 and 105 are specifically designed for the non-major to satisfy the core requirements of integration of faith and discipline. BIOL 151, 152 are also suitable, but are focused to meet the needs of biology majors.

Full descriptions of undergraduate course offerings are available in Eastern's undergraduate course catalog.

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