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2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog 
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Animal Behavior Minor

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Animal Behavior is the study of how living organisms interact with their environment and each other. This minor is intended for our students to gain knowledge of key concepts and principles in animal behavior, cognition and evolutionary relationships. This minor will provide our students with an option beyond veterinary medicine, such as graduate school, further training as veterinary assistants, wildlife technicians, or working in government and private institutions, zoos, and conservation groups.

Required Courses: 6

Total Minor Requirements: 18

(1) Other appropriate BIOL courses at 200 level and above may be substituted with  permission of the advisor and the Biology department chair in advance of taking the course.

(2) No more than two of majors courses can apply (excluding prerequisite, liberal  studies, cognate or college core courses) towards Minor.

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