The ten minors available in the Division of Natural Sciences & Mathematics are designed to enrich, complement, and/or supplement the formal education of student’s major. Students pursuing a degree within the Division of Natural Sciences & Mathematics often find complementary minors a natural fit with their primary course of study.
The minors are not solely, or even primarily, for Natural Sciences & Mathematics majors. Students from many allied programs, including Kinesiology, pre-Nursing and Education, often pursue minors within the Division. Students interested in acquiring a minor for teacher certification should first consult with their academic advisor and the Education Division.
|BIOL-181||ECOLOGY, EVOLUTION, DIVERSITY OF LIFE||4.00|
|BIOL-182||CONCEPTS IN CELLULAR MECHANISMS||4.00|
|BIOL-213||PLANT AND ANIMAL FORM AND FUNCTION||4.00|
|or BIOL-227||HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I|
|Select 12 credits of BIOL 200 or above, 4 credits must be 300 or above||12.00|