FDU: Biology (B.S.) , Page 54 but may include no more than 6 credits of 1000level biology courses. Physical educationis recommended for students intending to attend schools of veterinary http://fduinfo.com/majors/ucns-bs-bio.php3
Extractions: Graduate Course Numbers: Prerequisite First Year Second Year Third Year Doctoral Dissertation School of Natural Sciences This curriculum is designed for students who plan to attend graduate school and for students who wish to prepare for admission to a school of medicine, dentistry, optometry, pharmacy, osteopathy, podiatry, veterinary medicine or chiropractic, as well as those not planning to take an advanced degree in biology. Students should consult the catalog of the school they plan to attend in order to include in their undergraduate programs any special prerequisites not included in the biology curriculum. The preprofessional adviser helps students prepare for entrance into their desired professions. Premedical Students: Entrance credits vary, but most medical schools require three or four years of college. The biological sciences curriculum fulfills the basic requirements for admission to medical school. The Medical College Admission Test of American Medical Colleges also is required by medical schools. See "Premedical Degree Option."
Westminster College include biotechnology, ecology, medicine, marine biology and many physiology, celland molecular biology, microbial and major includes the courses required for http://www.westminster.edu/Majors/biology.html
Extractions: Biology at Westminster College means many things: a choice of four different majors, exceptional modern facilities, excellent faculty committed to excellent teaching, and an outstanding acceptance rate into graduate and professional schools. Most of all, Biology at Westminster means a superb education in the biological sciences, together with the significant advantages of schooling in the liberal arts. A high school graduate interested in pursuing a college major in Biology has a considerable number of career possibilities. These include biotechnology, ecology, medicine, marine biology and many more. Westminster believes that a solid undergraduate education in general biology, both contemporary and traditional, is the best preparation for any biological career. The consistently successful placement of graduates in advanced degree programs and direct employment options has confirmed this belief. Major Options
Biology Major and ecosystems/field groups, additional courses from these for graduate programs inbiology or professional an agreement with the marine Biological Laboratory http://www.rollins.edu/biology/BIOMAJOR.HTM
Extractions: Home Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Major Courses Student Research ... Contact Us Major in Biology The biology major exposes students to a wide variety of field, laboratory, and classroom experiences fundamental to the life sciences. Through selected electives students can concentrate on specific areas of interest such as marine biology, ecology, microbiology, botany, zoology, or molecular biology. The major also offers the flexibility for students to minor in another area or to fulfill requirements for secondary teacher certification. Students have excellent opportunities to engage in independent research projects. Graduates are prepared to pursue employment in biological laboratories, and for further study in the health professions or graduate research institutions. Curriculum Biology Major Twelve (12) courses or at least 66 semester-hours are required to complete the Biology Major: Five (5) core biology courses, four (4) core physical science courses, three (3) biology elective courses and satisfactory performance on a comprehensive standardized examination. Core Biology courses (5 courses) BIO 120 General Biology I BIO 121 General Biology II One course in Cellular/Molecular Biology group (BIO 308 Genetics;
Extractions: Every year, about 100 students at UC Santa Cruz seek admission to medical school. Despite stiff competition, the acceptance rate for UCSC graduates is well above the national average. UCSC students have been accepted at the eight California medical schools, as well as at all the major medical schools in the country, including Harvard, Yale, and Johns Hopkins. The academic performance of UCSC graduates once they enter medical school has been very good. The Natural Sciences Division provides advising services for all premedical students. A series of orientation sessions, designed to answer questions about preparation for and admission to medical school, is offered throughout the academic year. The staff at the Health Science Career Advising Office also offer individual guidance for students who are in the process of applying to medical school.
Extractions: It is a popular misconception that students must major in prelaw or politics in order to get into law school. This simply is not the case. Law schools accept students from a variety of majors: biology, anthropology, physics, economics, chemistry, mathematics, engineering, sociology, literature, philosophy, and psychology, for example. Almost any major offered at UCSC can provide adequate preparation for law school. The time to enter law school is not necessarily immediately after graduation. Some law schools prefer students fresh out of college, but many do not. Each year, priests, surgeons, homemakers, professors, scientists, engineers, pilots, stockbrokers, welfare workers, and foresters are accepted into law schools across the nation. The ages of first-year law students range from 21 to 50 years, with the median around 26. This diversity in backgrounds and training enriches the legal experience of all the students.
Extractions: MCAT/DAT/GRE ... TMDSAS home CRITERIA FOR COURSES BIOLOGY* Baylor College Of Dentistry requires only one year of Biology with lab (8 semester hours which includes lab or 12 quarter hours which includes lab) One semester of Biochemistry will be accepted toward fulfilling this requirement except at the U.T. Dental Branch in Houston which requires one semester of Biochemistry in addition to the two years of Biology.
Kittiwake - Training Courses to develop a theme for your marine biology degree programme National marine CorrespondenceSchool The courses throughout encourage high standards of safety and http://www.ex.ac.uk/kittiwake/trainingcourses.htm
Extractions: A collection of web sites, which we have found useful and are relevant to all levels of education and training in Marine Science and Technology, have been compiled to assist those seeking comprehensive information in this field. RYA Training Courses RYA courses are available in a range of different types of boat and at progressive levels from absolute beginner to expert. You can join any of our training schemes at the level which is most appropriate to your experience and ability. Courses are run at RYA recognised schools and clubs, all of which will extend a warm welcome to beginners - they understand that you may be apprehensive about your first steps afloat... They all meet high standards for quality of instruction, and safety is of paramount importance on every course. Listing by geographical area and type of boat/course required. RYA Training Courses In The South West Day skipper, Coastal skipper, VHF radio, Yacht master ocean, Radar courses. Listed by training school within the South West. John Clift's Powerboat School Powerboat Training, all RYA Powerboat Courses and all RYA Powerboat Qualifications and beyond.
Southampton Oceanography Centre - Text Version who apply physics, chemistry, biology and geology information on the individual courses,plus recommended available Opportunities in marine Sciences , from http://www.soc.soton.ac.uk/text/careers_text.php
Program Information Further information on our marine studies can be obtained courses in English, logicand philosophy may be The following biology courses, in addition to BIO 110 http://www.flsouthern.edu/biology/progdescr.htm
Extractions: PROGRAMS Pre-Physical Therapy During the 1997-98 Academic Year we initiated a program designed for students interested in physical therapy as an occupation. Entering students must maintain a 3.5 GPA to remain in the program and must complete 700 hours of supervised internship. All PPT majors are biology majors and follow the program originally designed for Pre-med students. After attaining the BS degree in Biology at Florida Southern, the student will be channelled to a Masters program at another institution to obtain the MS degree required for employment. Dr. Nancy Morvillo is the academic advisor for the PPT students. Environmental Management Our Environmental Management Concentration has been underway for several years for Natural Science majors, but, beginning in the Fall of 1998, all Environmental students will be Biology majors. A few other changes have been initiated in the Concentration. A suggested listing of courses required for the concentration is available at this website.
Extractions: Lectures and Seminars Please fill out the application form below and send using the submit button. Please mail your transcript (s) and Letter of Recommendation separately to the SML office (see address at bottom of this page). Applicants who have been accepted to SML credit courses in the past need not provide a new recommendation. Because enrollment is limited, you are encouraged to apply early and to request that your recommender respond promptly. Completed applications will be reviewed regularly throughout the late fall and spring on a first come, first served basis. You can expect to be notified about acceptance within two weeks after your completed application, transcripts from all post-secondary schools, and recommendation have been received. ( Tropical Marine Science applications may take longer ) IT IS ADVANTAGEOUS TO HAVE YOUR APPLICATION COMPLETED AS SOON AS POSSIBLE DUE TO OUR ROLLING ADMISSIONS POLICY. If in doubt as to whether a course is still open, or you would like information regarding the status of your file, call us at (607) 255-3717 or send an e-mail to Laurie Johnson (
Tenreasons Physiological ecology, marine biology Carmen Cid, Ph.D. Michigan addition to a yearlyTropical biology course, students Other field courses travel to the rocky http://biology.ecsu.ctstateu.edu/HighSchool/tenreasons.htm
Cyber Ed® Multimedia Courseware Oceanography, marine biology, marine Algae, marine Ecology, Waves activities undertakenby our biology students Course Index Websupplemented courses for science http://www.cybered.net/teachers-lounge/departmentdirectory/
Extractions: Mr. Bruckner's Earth Science Help is aimed at Middle School Earth Science students. There are also extensive listings of links for parents and teachers of middle schoolers. Original content exists in the Earth Science section and in the future, students will be contributing their research to the site.
Biology Catalog Two other marinerelated biology courses (eg, biology of Fishes Students in the marineScience Program are strongly both the BS degree in biology from Suffolk http://kirchoff.ee.suffolk.edu/biology/catalog.html
Courses And Programs: Biology courses in marine biology are available at the Gulf Zoology and Genetics for descriptionsof these courses. seeking certification to teach biology in secondary http://www.public.iastate.edu/~wdolphin/GeneralCatalogNet/CoursesPrograms/Biolo
Extractions: Table of Contents Courses and Programs Introduction Alphabetical Listing of Courses and Programs Warren D. Dolphin, Program Coordinator The biological sciences at Iowa State University are organized into 20 departments and programs. These can be grouped into the basic sciences, agricultural sciences, and veterinary sciences. Well over 200 faculty consider themselves life scientists and most teach courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Such a large faculty group provides many opportunities for students to learn from some of the national leaders in biological research and teaching and to participate in exciting, meaningful research projects that explore the frontiers in the life sciences. Few other universities have such a wealth of faculty expertise available to undergraduate students. Biology is an interdepartmental undergraduate major. Students majoring in Biology are able to integrate knowledge from several life science disciplines into a coherent, broadly based undergraduate program of study. Students who wish to study specific areas of the basic biological sciences should declare majors in animal ecology, biochemistry, botany, entomology, genetics, microbiology, or zoology. Although requirements for biology and related majors differ significantly, the courses taken during the first two years are similar. In particular, all require freshman biology and chemistry, most require calculus and organic chemistry, and all require credits in general education courses. As a result and with proper planning, a student is able to transfer from one basic biological science major to another without serious difficulty any time during the first two years. For detailed requirements, see the catalog entries under the particular majors.
UH To Expand Marine Biology new degree at UH will incorporate several courses developed over offers field experienceand others involving marine microbiology and the biology of marine http://the.honoluluadvertiser.com/article/2002/Jul/18/ln/ln42a.html
Extractions: Advertiser Education Writer A new program leading to a bachelor of science degree in marine biology, expected to be approved tomorrow by the University of Hawai'i Board of Regents, will give Hawai'i Pacific University a run for its money. UH's program will incorporate marine biology courses, such as field trips for tagging sharks. Till now, Hawai'i Pacific University has been the only school here offering a bachelor's in marine biology. Photo courtesy UH Marine Option Program Until now HPU has been Hawai'i's only university that conferred a bachelor's degree in marine biology. But by this time tomorrow it's likely HPU will have to change its advertising campaign highlighting its solo role. "This degree should have been offered 20 years ago," said Chuck Hayes, UH dean of arts and sciences. The new program is in the College of Natural Sciences.
Academic Credit For GCRL Summer Field Courses Colleges and schools, are carried and crosslisted in the Departments of CoastalSciences, marine Science, and Biological Sciences programs. GCRL courses have http://www.coms.usm.edu/GCRL/academic/credit.htm
Extractions: For GCRL Summer Field Courses Gulf Coast Research Laboratory (GCRL) summer courses, approved by The University of Southern Misssissippi (USM) and accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, are carried and cross-listed in the Departments of Coastal Sciences Marine Science , and Biological Sciences programs. GCRL courses have been approved by and are listed in the catalogs of other affiliated institutions
Biology Degree Programs 206 Invertebrate Zoology 209/210 marine biology 220 Comparative and Human programis essentially a BS in biology with additional courses in education and http://www.saintmarys.edu/~biology/degree.html
Extractions: Allied Medical Programs Degree Programs The Department of Biology offers several distinct degree programs including B.S. and B.A. degrees in Biology, and B.S. degrees in Medical Technology and Cytotechnology. The program in Biology consists of 37 credit hours. There is ample opportunity to tailor the experience to the needs of the student through a wide selection of elective courses. All Biology majors carry out an independent research project in collaboration with a faculty mentor to fulfill the comprehensive requirement of the College. The Advanced Writing Proficiency is fulfilled through the process of writing a paper based upon the research. Departmental Minors: The minor in biology consists of a minimum of five (5) courses and 17 credit hours. All courses must be 3 or 4 credit hour courses and one of the courses beyond the first year must be a laboratory course. REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL BIOLOGY DEGREES 150 Lecture Series
Undergraduate Programs In The Biology Department winter quarter, and at the marine Science Center and theoretical background, ratherthan courses which seem Advisory Committee are available to biology majors. http://www.biology.neu.edu/html/undergraduate.html
Extractions: Undergraduate Programs The Biology Department offers three degree programs as well as two minors, a Biology Minor and a Marine Biology Minor. The Behavioral Neuroscience major is also associated with the Biology Department. Degrees Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Biology Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Biology 1st Year Courses for Biology Majors The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Biochemistry The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Behavioral Neuroscience (BNS) Minors Minor in Biology Minor in Marine Biology Biology is a large and rapidly expanding area of study which can lead to many exciting careers. We provide students with the opportunity to develop a strong conceptual understanding of the principles of biology and of its allied sciences (Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics). Much of a student's first two years (three if on Co-op) will be spent acquiring that information base. However, as the basic requirements are completed, there will be increased opportunities for advanced studies in fields of special interest. We hope that our program will not only offer the chance for students to prepare themselves for future careers of graduate or professional study, but will also interest, challenge and excite them about the study of biology. Academic Advising
Biology These courses take advantage of the nearby Puget who wish to attend professional schoolsin these diversity of life, invertebrate zoology, and marine biology. http://www.ups.edu/admission/dis/biol_dis.htm
Extractions: One of the great strengths of the biology department at the University of Puget Sound is that it is large enough to allow students to study all aspects of living organisms, from subcellular structures to populations, yet small enough to allow students and faculty to work closely together in lectures, laboratories, seminars, and research projects. The faculty of the biology department is composed of committed teachers and active research scientists who enjoy contact with their students in the classroom and in research projects. A student who takes courses in biology is not simply a body in a classroom; he or she becomes part of a community that includes faculty, staff, and other students in the department. For more information, please contact: