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Undergraduate Course Catalog 2008-2009

College of Life Sciences and Agriculture


Bachelor of Arts

The bachelor of arts degree is available in plant biology and zoology. Students must accumulate 128 credits, attain a 2.00 cumulative grade-point average, satisfy general education 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.

Plant Biology

Bachelor of Science

The bachelor of science degree is available in all departments or programs except forestry. 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.

Animal Sciences

Bioscience and Technology
Equine Sciences
Preveterinary Medicine
Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior Biology
General Biology
Marine and Freshwater Biology
Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology
Community Development
Dairy Management
Environmental Conservation Studies
Environmental Horticulture
Environmental and Resource Economics
Environmental Sciences
Soil and Watershed Management
International Affiars (dual major)
Medical Laboratory Science
Clinical Chemistry
Clinical Hematology
Clinical Immunohematology
Clinical Microbiology
Nutritional Sciences
Plant Biology
Tourism Planning and Development
Wildlife Management

Bachelor of Science in Forestry

The bachelor of science in forestry is a professional, designated degree available to students majoring in forestry.


Forest Management
Forest Science