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The

FA C U L T Y Faculty

BOOKLET 2004 – 2005 of Science & Agriculture

Students wishing to major in Biochemistry should have BIOL1061 (BL11D), C11C and at least one other Intro- ductory Life Science course.

Students wishing to major in Biology should have all four (4) Introductory courses in Life Sciences (BIOL1061 (BL11D), BIOL 1861 (BL11E), BIOL 1764 (BL11F) , BIOL 1462 (BL11G)).

Students wishing to major in Botany or Zoology should have at least three (3) of the four (4) Introductory courses in Life Sciences (BIOL1061 (BL11D) , BIOL 1462 (BL11G) and BIOL 1764 (BL11F) for Botany or BIOL1061 (BL11D), BIOL 1462 (BL11G) and BIOL 1861 (BL11E) for Zool- ogy).

Students wishing to major in Environmental & Natural Resource Management along with any other major in Life Sciences should, in addition to the four Introductory courses listed, have AS16B Soils & the Environment, AM17B Introduction to Agro-Environmental Management and AM13A Introduction to Microeconomics. Students wishing to double major in Zoology and Environmental & Natural Resources Management should have AG13B Microbiology I in addition to the above. AG13B may be done in Semester I of Year 1 or Year 2.

Students wishing to major in Environmental & Natural Resource Management alone or with any major in Natural Sciences (other than Life Sciences or Agriculture) should take the following Introductory courses:

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BIOL 1764 (BL11F)

Diversity of Green Plants

6

BIOL 1462 (BL11G)

General Ecology and Biometry

6

BIOL1061 (BL11D)

Cell Biology and Genetics

6

BIOL 1861 (BL11E)

Animal Diversity

6

Note: Research projects (BIOL 3069 (BL33B)/AG312) done under a relevant area may be considered towards the minor.

Students majoring in Biology may also follow any minor in- cluding Botany and/or Zoology.

MAJORS IN LIFE SCIENCES

INTRODUCTORY COURSES IN LIFE SCIENCES

SEMESTER I

Credits

SEMESTER II

Credits

The Department offers majors in: Biochemistry Biology Botany Environmental & Natural Resource Management Zoology

Students can pursue double majors in Biology or between any two majors within Life Sciences, except Biology & Botany, and Biology & Zoology. Students can also select a single major in Life Sciences with another major from any other Department within the Faculty or outside the Faculty provided the student has the Prerequisites.

LIST OF MINORS OFFERED IN THE DEPARTMENT OF LIFE SCIENCES

Students wishing to elect minors offered from the Department of Life Sciences must have passed the Prerequisites for the courses selected.

Minors are offered in all disciplines in Life Sciences (Biochem- istry, Biology, Botany, Environmental & Natural Resource Management and Zoology). A minor is defined as any sixteen (16) credits from the core of the discipline. In addition, minors are being offered in Biotechnology , Marine Biology, and Envi- ronmental Biology.

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