Minors

Biochemistry, Molecular and Cellular Biology

Undergraduate students who wish to develop focused competencies in biochemistry, molecular biology, and/or cell biology can attain a minor in our BMCB program. An intent to earn the BMCB minor should be declared as early as possible, but no later than the end of the junior year, by contacting Professor Stacia Sower.  The student must have the minor approved by his/her major advisor and by the undergraduate program coordinator (UPC) of the minor program.

Biomedical Science

Undergraduate students who have an interest in the various aspects of the Biomedical Sciences (Medical Laboratory Sciences, Medical Microbiology and Medical and Veterinary Science) may develop broad or focused competencies in these areas by taking a minor in the BMS program. The intention to earn a BMS minor should be declared as early as possible and no later than the end of the junior year. Please contact Professor Adele Marone for further details.  Students must have the minor approved by their major advisor and by the undergraduate program coordinator (UPC) of the BMS program. 

Genetics

Bachelor's degree students who are interested in genetics and genomics can earn a minor in genetics. 
Students should declare an intent to earn a genetics minor as early as possible, but no later than the end of the junior year, by contacting the Professor Estelle Hrabak.  Students will be assigned a minor adviser who should be consulted with questions about courses and minor requirements.

Nutrition

An academic minor – in any discipline – offers students the chance to explore a particular area of interest, complement a major, or provide an opportunity to develop skills.  The Nutrition minor is particularly suited to students interested in pursuing professional careers related to human health and wellness. For more information, contact Jesse Stabile Morrell, Minor Supervisor in Nutrition.