Programs with two major fields in the Department of Biological Sciences may be completed in the following manner:
- The minimum requirements for both major fields must be fulfilled.
- For all programs the following courses will be counted towards both majors if they are allowed as a major field option: Biology 241, 243, 311, 313, 315, 331, 371; Biochemistry 393, 431, 443; Cellular, Molecular and Microbial Biology 411.
- For all major fields in the Department of Biological Sciences, no course beyond those specified above will be counted towards both major fields. If a course constitutes a requirement in both major fields, it will be counted towards only one and a substitution must be made to fulfill the requirements of the other major field.
- It is not possible to combine the Biological Sciences major with any other program offered by the Department into a Double-Major program.
For further details consult the Office of Student Affairs, Department of Biological Sciences.