Undergraduate Course Catalog 2013-2014
College of Life Sciences and Agriculture
The bachelor of arts degree is available in plant biology, sustainable agriculture and food systems, and zoology. Students must accumulate 128 credits, attain a 2.0 cumulative grade-point average, satisfy Discovery requirements, and complete a foreign language requirement (see University Academic Requirements for specific B.A. language requirements). Check individual departmental listings for specific major requirements and minimum acceptable grades in major courses.
The bachelor of science degree is available in all departments or programs. University requirements are the same as for the bachelor of arts degree, except that a foreign language is not required and minimum acceptable grades may differ in some programs. Check individual departmental or program listings for specific major requirements.
Bachelor of Science
Biochemistry, Molecular and Cellular Biology
Medical Laboratory Science
Medical and Veterinary Sciences
Community and Environmental Planning
Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior
Environmental and Resource Economics
Environmental Conservation Studies
Soil and Watershed Management
Equine Industry and Management
International Affairs (Dual Major)
Marine, Estuarine, and Freshwater Biology
Neuroscience and Behavior
Nutrition and Wellness
Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems
Tourism Planning and Development
Wildlife and Conservation Biology
*Designated degree (the name of the specialization is on the diploma, e.g., B.S. in forestry).