BOTH 310 AND 330 are required for the BA and BS degrees in Biology.  BIOL 310 is the lecture section, which must be taken simultaneously with BIOL 330, which is the lab/recitation course.  To graduate with a BA or BS in Biology, you must have a C or better in both 310 and 330. In the future, if you have a C or better in 330, but need to repeat 310 (the lecture), you will not be required to take 330 a second time.  The reverse is also true, though much less likely.  That is, if you have a C or better in 310, you may repeat 330 if necessary without repeating 310.  However, the first time you register for 310, you must also register for 330, which is listed as a co-requisite for 310. 

Course syllabi samples

Listed below are sample course syllabi for core undergraduate courses:

BIOL 103 Introductory Biology I
BIOL 104 Introductory Biology II
BIOL 124 Human Anatomy & Physiology (Part I)
BIOL 125 Human Anatomy & Physiology (Part II)
BIOL 213 Cell Structure and Function
BIOL 214 Biostatistics for Biology Majors
MLAB 300 Science Writing
BIOL 305 Biology of Microorganisms
BIOL 308 Foundations of Ecology and Evolution
BIOL 310 Biodiversity
BIOL 311 General Genetics
BIOL 452 Immunology

NOTE: Students enrolled in these courses are REQUIRED to bring in a laptop to the recitation sections.

Undergraduate Courses

Search directly from the University Catalog by clicking on the Course tab and then typing in a course number e.g. BIOL 425.

BIOL 100-499 (open to all undergraduates)

BIOL 500-699 (graduate courses open to advanced undergraduate students with the permission of the department)

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Other Options for Taking Courses

Graduate Course For Undergraduate Credit (PDF)

Study Elsewhere Request – Undergraduate (PDF)

Reserve Graduate Credit (PDF)