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One-Credit Option

To enable students to have an opportunity to explore the interface between biological sciences and other disciplines, biology majors can apply 1 credit (maximum) towards the degree requirements for selected courses.

This course must be selected as a college (free) elective course and cannot meet department or college requirements for a major, a minor or general education. See your advisor to discuss additional details of this option.

To use this option, students must receive approval to apply the credit towards the major for the course under consideration prior to enrolling in the course. Approval is obtained from The Committee on Undergraduate Students and Studies by submitting the "One-Credit Option Form" to the Committee Chair.


Courses previously approved for the One-Credit Option:
  • BIOL-261 Science & Society: Global Challenges, Prof. Slakey
  • BIOL-262 Shaping National Science Policy, Prof. Slakey
  • BIOL-363 Health Disparities, Prof. Rosenwald
  • GOVT-354 Environmental Politics
  • HEST-170 HIV/AIDS: The Impact of the Epidemic, Prof. Lachat
  • HEST-177 Epidemiological Approach to Population Health
  • HIST-439 Science and Technology in 20th Century Europe, Prof. Olesko
  • PHIL-168 Philosophy of Biology: Sex and Death
  • PHIL-454 Ethics and Human Genetics, Prof. Walters
  • STIA-102 Introduction to Environmental Science, Prof. Beach
  • STIA-305 Science and Technology in the Global Arena, Prof. Weiss
  • STIA-312 Atmosphere and Global Change, Prof. Beach
  • STIA-373 Future of World Agriculture
  • STIA-440 International Health, Prof. Wright
  • STIA-444 Global Patterns of Disease, Prof. Teruel
  • STIA-473 International Biotechnology, Prof. Lesney
  • TBIO-558 Genetics, Health & Society in the 21st Century, Prof. Peshkin
  • THEO-044 Religion and Ecology, Prof. Haught

Courses reviewed but NOT approved for the One-Credit Option:
  • HEST-010 Health Care in America
  • HEST-190 Womens Health Issues

 

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