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Academic units may not accept all active courses listed and students should contact their academic adviser to verify degree applicability. Courses listed below include all courses and may not be offered every semester.

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Course NameCourse TitleCategory
ANTHRO 2002Topics in Anthropology - Biological/Physical/MathematicsBIO, MATH, PHYS 2
ANTHRO 2050Introduction to Biological Anthropology with LaboratoryBIO
ANTHRO 2051Introduction to Biological AnthropologyBIO
ANTHRO 2052Biological Anthropology LaboratoryBIO
ANTHRO 2500Primate Anatomy and EvolutionBIO
ANTHRO 3540Human Biology and Life HistoryBIO
ANTHRO 4500Human OriginsBIO
ANTHRO 4540Human Biological VariationBIO
ANTHRO 4560Anthropological GeneticsBIO
AN_SCI 1011Animal ScienceBIO
AN_SCI 1013Biotechnology in Animal AgricultureBIO
AN_SCI 2110Global Animal AgricultureBIO
AN_SCI 2111Sophomore Seminar: Societal Issues Facing Animal AgricultureBIO
AN_SCI 3213Genetics of Agricultural Plants and AnimalsBIO
AN_SCI 3254Physiology of Domestic AnimalsBIO
AN_SCI 4354Physiology and Biochemistry of Muscle as FoodBIO
BIOCHM 1090Introduction to BiochemistryBIO, PHYS
BIOCHM 2110The Living World: Molecular ScaleBIO
BIOCHM 2112Biotechnology in SocietyBIO
BIOMED 2420Inactivity and DiseaseBIO
BIO_SC 1002Topics in Biological Sciences- Biological/Physical/MathematicsBIO
BIO_SC 1010General Principles and Concepts of BiologyBIO
BIO_SC 1020General Biology LaboratoryBIO
BIO_SC 1030General Principles and Concepts of Biology with LaboratoryBIO
BIO_SC 1060Basic Environmental StudiesBIO
BIO_SC 1100Introductory Zoology with LaboratoryBIO
BIO_SC 1200General Botany with LaboratoryBIO
BIO_SC 1400Evolution for EveryoneBIO
BIO_SC 1500Introduction to Biological Systems with LaboratoryBIO
BIO_SC 1500HIntroduction to Biological Systems with Laboratory HonorsBIO
BIO_SC 2002Topics in Biological Sciences- Biological/Physical/MathematicsBIO
BIO_SC 2020How the Brain WorksBIO
BIO_SC 2060Community BiologyBIO
BIO_SC 2100Infectious DiseasesBIO
BIO_SC 2150Genetic DiseasesBIO
BIO_SC 2200General GeneticsBIO
C_S_D 3210Anatomy and Physiology of the Speech MechanismBIO
C_S_D 3230Hearing ScienceBIO
C_S_D 4430Neurophysiology for Speech, Language, and HearingBIO
F_S 1020World Food and YouBIO
F_S 1030Food Science and NutritionBIO
F_S 4354Physiology and Biochemistry of Muscle as FoodBIO
F_W 1100Introductory Zoology with LaboratoryBIO
GN_HON 2450HHnrs Biological, Physical, Math (Computer Sci) Science ColloquiumBIO, MATH, PHYS 2
GN_HON 2461Henvironment: From Molecules to the CosmosBIO, PHYS
GN_HON 2462HThe Honors College Science Sequence: The Warm Little PlanetBIO, PHYS
GN_HON 3450HHonors Biological, Physical, Math (Computer Sci.) Science ColloquiumBIO, MATH, PHYS 2
LINGST 3210Anatomy and Physiology of the Speech MechanismBIO
MPP 2010The Science of Sex, Drugs and Rock'n'RollBIO
MPP 3202Elements of PhysiologyBIO
MPP 3333Fundamentals of Human PhysiologyBIO
MPP 3337Human Physiology LaboratoryBIO
NAT_R 1060Ecology and Conservation of Living ResourcesBIO
NAT_R 1070Ecology and Renewable Resource ManagementBIO
NAT_R 2160Contemporary Issues in Natural ResourcesBIO
NUTR_S 1034Nutrition, Current Concepts and ControversiesBIO
NUTR_S 1310Basic Concepts of World NutritionBIO
NUTR_S 1340Introduction to Exercise and FitnessBIO
PLNT_S 1020World Food and YouBIO
PLNT_S 1125People, Plants and the EnvironmentBIO
PLNT_S 2075Horticultural EcologyBIO
PLNT_S 2100Introduction to SoilsBIO, PHYS
PLNT_S 2110Plant Growth and CultureBIO
PLNT_S 3213Genetics of Agricultural Plants and AnimalsBIO
PTH_AS 2000Basic PathologyBIO
PTH_AS 2201Human Anatomy LectureBIO
PTH_AS 2203Human Anatomy LaboratoryBIO
SOIL 2100Introduction to SoilsBIO, PHYS
  1. Only one of these types of Humanities and Fine Arts courses can be counted.
  2. For these courses, the category will be designated per section per semester.
  3. Students in CAFNR, Engineering, SHP, HES, SNR, and Nursing may use this course towards fulfillment of the humanities distribution requirement, but only if the entire 12-13 hour elementary language sequence is completed. This course may NOT be used to fulfill the humanities requirement in A&S, Business, Education, Journalism and Social Work.