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and economic processes. By broadening a student’s knowl- edge base, this interdisciplinary minor has theoretical and practical applications in scholarship, the workplace, and per- sonal growth and relationships. 21 hours required. Required courses: WS 120; ENG 160; HIS 261 or HIS 262; PHI 246. 9 hours of additional courses from: ANT 270; CJS 339; COM 128 or ENG 128 or FOR 128; ENG 206 or FOR 206; ENG 260, 261, 360; FCS 112 or HIS 112 or SOC 112; FCS 233; HIS 261 or HIS 262 if not chosen to ful- fill requirement, HIS 264, 330; PHI 202; POL 225, 337, 338; PSY 123 or SOC 123; PSY 305; SOC 264, 341, 366; WS 390, 391, 398. NOTE: This program must be planned in consultation with the Women’s Studies Director or advisor. With approval of the Director or advisor, courses other than those listed above may be counted toward the minor. BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES (BSC) 412 210 Julian Hall, (309) 438-3669 Web address: Chairperson : H. Tak Cheung. Tenured/Tenure-track Faculty: Distinguished Professors : Anderson, Juliano, Sakaluk,Wilkinson. Professors : Armstrong, Cheung, Garris, Jayaswal, Katz, Otsu- ka, Preston, Thompson, Whitman. Associate Professors : Byers, Capparella, Cook, Edwards, Gatto, Loew, Moore, Nichols, Vogel, Williams. Assistant Professors: Bowden, Perry, Rubin, Sedbrook. General Department Information Admission Requirements: Students may be admitted into the major from a pool of qualified applicants on the basis of individual qualifica- tions. Students are admitted into the major on a competitive and selective basis. New freshmen are required to have com- pleted one year of high school biology and one year of high school chemistry. Four years of high school mathematics and one year of physics are highly recommended. New and Internal Transfer Student Requirements: A. Students transferring to Illinois State University with fewer than 29 hours completed are admitted the same as new freshmen. B. Transfer students with 30 or more hours must have com- pleted Fundamentals of Chemistry with Lab or General Chemistry I and one four-hour course in biology, as well as have a grade of C or better in Finite Mathematics or Calculus I. C. Illinois State University students wishing to change their major to Biological Sciences who have completed 29 hours or less are admitted the same as new fresh- men. Students with 30 or more hours must have com- pleted Fundamentals of Chemistry with Lab or General Chemistry I and Molecular and Cellular Basis of Life (BSC 197) or equivalents, as well as have a grade of C or better in Finite Mathematics or Calculus I. ASSOCIATED MINORS The Department of Biological Sciences participates in two interdisciplinary minors at the University. Course work offered by the Department contributes to the following: C A S Arts and Sciences; Biological Sciences 160
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Minor in Cognitive Science and Minor in Environmental Studies. For further information on these minors and their advisors, consult the University-Wide Curriculum section in this Undergraduate Catalog .
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