Upper-Level Biology Courses for 2020-2021

List of upper-level Biology courses offered during Fall 2020 and Spring 2021. Core courses listed in bold are offered every year; courses not in bold may not be offered each year (many are offered in alternate years). Some prerequisites apply. Subject to change.

Fall 2020

Spring 2021

BIOL 325 - Ornithology

BIOL 305 - Animal Physiology

BIOL 334 - Virology

BIOL 310 - Invertebrate Zoology

BIOL 341 - Molecular Cell Biology

BIOL 332 - Microbial Ecology

BIOL 348 - Genomics and Bioinformatics NEW

BIOL 333 - Laboratory Techniques in Molecular Biology

BIOL 357 - Entomology

BIOL 342 - Advanced Biochemistry

BIOL 375 - Ecological Methodology

BIOL 351 – Population and Community Ecology

BIOL 402 - Evolution

BIOL 403 - Current Topics in Biology

BIOL 432 - Applied Microbiology

BIOL 457 – Biodiversity and Conservation Biology

BIOL 445 – Molecular Genetics

BIOL 465 - Endocrinology

BIOL 491 - Undergraduate Research Project (all year)

 

Tentative list of courses for 2021-2022: BIOL 305, 315, 320, 322, 332, 336, 342, 345, 350, 360, 365, 372, 402, 403, 415, 435, 436, 443.

List of upper-level courses in other science programs that may be taken as Upper-Level Electives. Students who have completed the 2nd-year courses in the Major in Biology should meet prerequisites. Subject to change.

  • Fall 2020
    CHEM 300 Green Chemistry and Toxicology
    CHEM 433 Natural Products Chemistry
    FISH 331 Advanced Fish Culture
    FISH 341 Diseases of Fish and Shellfish
    FRST 351 Forest Pathology
    RMOT 306 Environmental Monitoring
  • Spring 2021
    CHEM 301 Aqueous Environmental Chemistry
    CHEM 432 Macromolecular Chemistry of Biomolecules
    FISH 322 Coastal and Estuarine Ecosystems
    FISH 324 Ichthyology
    RMOT 357 Research Methods in Natural Resource Management
    RMOT 400 Fisheries Conservation and Management
    RMOT 401 Wildlife Management
    FRST 352 Forest Entomology
    GEOL 412 Climate Change: Past, Present, and Future
    SCIE 350 Technologies for the Developing World
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