Biological Sciences Minor
The course requirements for the biological sciences minor depend on the student's major:
- Chemistry majors must select six biological sciences major core courses or courses with the BIEL (elective) attribute.
- Environmental science, general science, or integrative neuroscience majors must select eight biological sciences major core courses or courses with the BIEL (elective) attribute.
- All other majors must complete four biological sciences major core courses or courses with the BIEL (elective) attribute and two courses in chemistry (subject code CHEM) at or above CHEM 1300.
C- is the minimum grade credited toward the minor. No more than two external classes can be transferred toward the minor.
Courses in this group have the BIEL attribute.
|BISC 3000||Environmental Science||3|
|BISC 3132||Human Physiology||3|
|BISC 3221||Human Anatomy||3|
|BISC 3244||Evolutionary Biology||3|
|BISC 3405||Plant Biology||3|
|BISC 3466||Urban Ecology & Evolution||3|
|BISC 3752||Molecular Biology||3|
|BISC 3754||Cell Biology||3|
|BISC 3893||Introduction to Virology||3|
|BISC 4530||Cancer Biology and Signaling||3|
|BISC 4575||Conservation Biology||4|
|BISC 4642||Animal Behavior||4|
|BISC 4693||Developmental Biology||3|
|BISC 4792||Senior Thesis Research||4|
|BISC 4999||Research Tutorial||0-4|
|ENVS 3000||Environmental Science||3|
The minor in biological sciences is available at Fordham College at Rose Hill. Students in Fordham's School of Professional and Continuing Studies may minor in biological sciences only if they receive the approval of their advising dean and/or department, and their schedules are sufficiently flexible to permit them to take day courses at the Rose Hill campus.