Minor in Related Science
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If a minor is required in your degree program, at least 9 (lower and/or upper-division)
hours of courses in the minor must be completed at the University.
To declare the Composite Science minor, talk to your academic advisor or visit the Arts and Sciences Student Academic Services Center in Alpha Hall South, room 345.
Related Sciences Minor
The Related Sciences minor offers two tracks: a Medical/Molecular Sciences track, and an Ecosystems Sciences track. Students must choose one track: consult with your Academic Advisor about the best choice for your major and career. The Medical/Molecular Science Track is designed for students seeking to enhance their preparation in organic and biochemistry, such as pre-med students. The Ecosystems/Evolution Track emphasizes the study of terrestrial ecosystems.
|Related Sciences Minor: Medical/Molecular Science Track|
|A student must take 22 semester hours as follows:|
|CH 131/CH 131L General Chemistry I|
|CH 132/CH 132L General Chemistry II|
|CH 201/CH 201L Organic Chemistry I|
|CH 202/CH 202L Organic Chemistry II|
|CH 440 Biochemistry I|
|CH 441 Biochemistry II|
|Related Sciences Minor: Ecosystems Sciences Track|
|A student must take GY 111/111L, GY 112/112L and four additional courses from
the following list (total: 20-23 semester hours)
|GIT 460 Introduction GIT|
|GIT 461 GIT Applications II|
|GY 310 Environmental Earth Science|
|GY 306 Sedimentology (W)|
|GEO 332 Remote sensing I|
|MET 357 Meteorological Instrumentation|
|GY 425 Hydrology|
|GEO 410 Biogeography|
|ST 340 Design-Analysis of Experiments|
|ST 345 Sampling-Survey Techniques|
Interdisciplinary programs are designed to combine several disciplines in their curriculum. Several interdisciplinary programs are offered by the College.
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