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Unformatted text preview: 156 FACULTY Lisa A. Bonner (1988) Professor of Biology, Division Chair, Arts and Sciences A.S. with honors, Motlow State Community College; B.S., M.S. magna cum laude,MiddleTennesseeStateUniversity;Ph.D.magna cumlaude,MississippiStateUniversity Patrick Myer (1994) Lecturer in Biology B.S. cum laude,UniversityofNorthCarolinaatWilmington;M.S., LouisianaStateUniversity;Ph.D.,UniversityofTennessee Patricia L. Weigant (1986) Associate Professor of Biology, Coordinator of Biology Program B.S., M.S., OklahomaStateUniversity;Ph.D.magnacumlaude, UniversityofNorthCarolinaatChapelHill Joseph R. Wolf (1995) Professor of Biology B.A. summacumlaude,UniversityofLouisville;Ph.D., UniversityofKentucky;Post-doctoralFellow,University of Colorado Health Sciences Center BIOLOGY Students in the Biology major choose either the Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree. Either degree can successfully prepare a student for the workplace, graduate school in biological sciences, or professional programs such as medical, dental, or veterinary school. The B.A. degree offers more flexibility within the program while the B.S. degree is more focused, requiring additional specific math and science. Consult your advisor about which degree best suits your post- graduate goals. Regardless of the type of degree chosen, students in the Biology major take requirements and choose electives from content areas: Organismal Biology, Interrelationships, Evolutionary Biology, and Cell Biology and Genetics. Specific courses are required as part of the Liberal Education Core in the areas of Natural Science and Mathematics. BIOLOGY Division of Arts and Sciences 157 BACHELOR OF ARTS IN BIOLOGY Liberal Education Curriculum 50 hours For a full description see Peace Passport section of this catalog Biology Major Courses 43-47 hours General Electives 28-32 hours Total Hours for the B.A. in Biology 125 hours A. BIOLOGY CORE COURSES 14-15 HOURS In the Liberal Education Core, biology majors must take these courses: BIO 101 Principles of Biology (Natural Science) and earn a C or better before advancing to upper- level biology courses. STA201(QuantitativeSkills) BIO 480 or BIO 490 or BIO 499 (Pre-Professional Experience) Group A (choose one): BIO 210 Botany or BIO 320 Vertebrate Zoology or BIO 321 Invertebrate Zoology Group B (choose one): BIO 330 Ecology or BIO 430 Ethology Group C (choose one): BIO 450 Cell Biology or BIO 460 Genetics Capstone: BIO 440 Evolutionary Biology B. BIOLOGY ELECTIVES 21-24 HOURS Six additional courses, of which at least three must be with lab. May include any courses listed in the biology curriculum (including core courses which have not already been taken) or other biology courses approved through CRC or summer school....
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