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Animal Ecology, B.S. - interpretation of natural resources option

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Animal Ecology, B.S. - interpretation of natural resources option

BIOL 2113BIOL 2123
BIOL 211L1BIOL 212L1
NREM 1101NREM 1203
Required Elective3ENGL 1503
MATH 140**3MATH 1453
CHEM 1634STAT 101/1043-4
CHEM 163L1LIB 1601
 16 17-18
A ECL 3654CHEM 2313
NREM 2111CHEM 231L1
A ECL 3124SP CM 2123
Earth Science Elective3Free Elective/ Restricted Elective6
ENGL 2503Required Elective3
 15 16
PHYS 1154NREM 3303
PHYS 115L1Communications Elective3
Botany or Restricted Elective3-4A ECL 3663
ENT 3703Required Elective3
Required Elective3BIOL 3664
Free Elective3 
 17-18 16
Restricted Elective6-7Botany or Restricted Elective3
Required Elective3Restricted Elective3
Free Electives7Communications Elective3
 NREM 3031-3
 Free Electives (if needed)8
 16-17 18-20
Total Credits: 131-136

To complete degree program in 4 years students must maintain an average of 16 credits per semester.


 Initial math course is determined on the basis of high school math and placement test scores. A non-credit course (Math 10) maybe be required at additional costs.


 In scheduling coursework, students should pay particular attention to courses with limited offerings (e.g., offered only on alternate years) and to course sequences (i.e., where a course serves as a prerequisite for another course).