The biology major at Wooster consists of at least 15 courses, including the required three introductory course sequence, which covers genetics and evolution (Biology 200), molecular and cellular biology (Biology 201) and ecology, evolution and organismal biology (Biology 202). A student then selects at least six courses from more than a dozen upper-level courses, allowing the design of a specialty within the major.
Among their six upper level courses, students must choose at least one from each of the two subdivisions, molecular and cellular biology (MCB) and ecology, evolution and organismal biology (EEOB). Students are also required to take one year of introductory chemistry and one course in either organic chemistry, physics or calculus, in addition to Junior IS/Biostatistics (Biology 401) and two semesters of Senior IS thesis (Biology 451, 452).
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