Zoology Minor

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Zoology Minor

Program Overview

The Zoology Minor is designed to provide a general introduction to animals and their ecology, while requiring in-depth knowledge of the diversity of at least one group (Animal Survey Course), a course dealing with animal structure, behavior, or physiology, and an additional animal-focused course at the 600 or higher level of the student’s choice.
 

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University of New Hampshire
Spaulding Hall
38 Academic Way
Durham, NH 03824

Curriculum & Requirements

The Zoology minor requires five courses.

Required:
BIOL 412Introductory Biology: Evolution, Biodiversity and Ecology4
BIOL 541General Ecology4
Choose one Animal Survey Course:4-5
MEFB 527
Aquatic Animal Diversity
NR 712
Mammalogy
ZOOL 542
Ornithology
ZOOL 628
Marine Invertebrate Evolution and Ecology
ZOOL 710
Ichthyology
ZOOL 745
Biology and Diversity of Insects
Choose one animal structure, behavior or physiology course:4-5
ZOOL 518
Vertebrate Morphology
ZOOL 529
Developmental Biology
ZOOL 613
Animal Behavior
ZOOL 628
Marine Invertebrate Evolution and Ecology
ZOOL 690
Evolution
Chose one additional animal-focused course at the 600 level or higher chosen from the courses above4-5

College of Life Sciences and Agriculture students: two courses in the major may be used toward the minor, as long as selected from the courses listed above.

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