Combined major offered by the Department of Biology, College of Sciences and Technology and the Department of Anthropology, College of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Major requirements include 79-85 credits of foundational courses in anthropology, biology, chemistry, physics and math, 19-22 depth and elective credits, and 1 completion credit. Biology Phase II status required for admission into 300- and 400-level biology courses for biology majors.
Anthropology: M.J. Mosher, Joan Stevenson; Biology: Joann Otto
Admission and Declaration Process
The Biology Department has a two-step process for admission into our degree programs. Phase I students are students who have declared their intent to major in biology, and are in the process of completing the introductory biology and general chemistry series. Admission to Phase II is based on academic performance in the introductory courses. Students must have achieved an average grade of 2.9 or higher in their introductory biology and general chemistry courses before they can advance to Phase II and begin taking upper-division coursework.
A grade of C- or better is required for a student’s major courses.