Fisheries and Wildlife Biology
College or University: University of North Dakota
Type of degree: B.S.
Brief overview of program: The Department of Biology offers a B.S. in Biology, B.S. in Biology with Pre-Health Science Emphasis, and a B.S. in Fisheries and Wildlife Biology. In addition, there are three options associated with the B.S. in Biology degree: General Biology; Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology; and Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. Specific department requirements for the degrees and options are listed below.
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Description of Facilities: The Department of Biology is housed in Starcher Hall. In addition to classrooms, three computer laboratories and other specialized teaching laboratories, the building houses a herbarium, three greenhouses, environmental chambers, animal rooms for terrestrial and aquatic organisms, observation rooms, vertebrate and invertebrate museums, a darkroom, and isotope and tissue culture facilities. The Department also maintains two natural areas (virgin prairie and wooded stream valley) and a biology core molecular facility for teaching and research.
Program Point of Contact: Isaac Schlosser