Major in Biological Sciences: Secondary Education
This major allows for the completion of the requirements for a degree in biological sciences and the certification requirements to teach biology in grades 6–12. Students selecting this option should work closely with the teacher education advisor.
|BIOL 210||General Biology I||4|
|BIOL 211||General Biology II||4|
|BIOL 330||General Microbiology||5|
|BIOL 418||General Ecology||4|
|BIOL 420||Molecular Cell Biology||4|
|BIOL 502||Vascular Plants||4|
|or BIOL 503||Field Botany|
|Select one of the following||3-5|
|CHEM 211||General Chemistry I||5|
|CHEM 212||General Chemistry II||5|
|CHEM 531||Organic Chemistry I||5|
|PHYS 213||General College Physics I||5|
|PHYS 502||Science Investigations: Physics||3-5|
|GEOL 300||Energy, Resources and Environment||3|
|Professional Education Requirements 1|
|Additional credit hours 2|
|Total Credit Hours||58-62|
The professional education requirements for majors in science as outlined by the College of Applied Studies.
Additional credit hours to complete the requirements for either the Bachelor of Arts or the Bachelor of Science with an emphasis in either biological/biomedical biology or ecological/environmental/organismal biology.
Students in the biological sciences: secondary education program are required to complete an applied learning or research experience to graduate from the program. The requirement can be met by successfully completing BIOL 418 General Ecology.