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Agricultural Science 017
Animal Science 067
Atmospheric Sciences
Biochemistry 115
Biological Sciences 119
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Degree Requirements for the Major
Bioresource (Bioenvironmental) Engineering 129
Biotechnology 126
Botany
Chemistry 160
Communication 192
Entomology
Ecology and Natural Resources 704
Environmental and Business Economics 373
Environmental Planning and Design 573
Environmental Policy, Institutions, and Behavior 374
Environmental Sciences 375
Exercise Science and Sport Studies 377
Food Science 400
Geography 450
Geological Sciences 460
Independent Major 554
Journalism and Media Studies 567
Marine Sciences 628
Meteorology 670
Microbiology 680
Nutritional Sciences 709
Plant Science 776
Public Health 832
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New Brunswick/Piscataway Undergraduate Catalog 2005-2007 Cook College Programs of Study Biological Sciences 119  

Biological Sciences 119

Degree: B.S.

Coordinator:Alan D. Antoine (antoine@aesop.rutgers.edu)


Adviser
Code
Office
Phone (Ext.)
Alan D. Antoine
(AH)
Lipman 121
2-9882 (121)
Carol A. Bagnell
(BQ)
Bartlett 102
2-0535
Tamar Barkay
(BD)
Lipman 333C
2-9763
Timothy M. Casey
(CD)
Martin 216
2-3000 (512)
Theodore Chase, Jr.
(CH)
Lipman 220
2-9763 (220)
Joan Ehrenfeld
(EF)
ENR 126
2-1081
Judith P. Grassle
(GE)
IMCS 309C
2-6555 (351)
Edwin J Green
(GJ)
ENR 158
2-9152
Max M. Haggblom
(HQ)
Lipman 326
2-9763 (326)
Barry W. Jesse
(JE)
Foran 108A
2-8165 (104)
Larry S. Katz
(KT)
Bartlett 106
2-7426
Stanley E. Katz
(KJ)
Lipman 329
2-9763 (329)
Lee Kerkhof
(KC)
IMCS 305C
2-6555 (335)
Karl Kjer
(KQ)
Blake 121
2-9880
Michael V.K. Sukhdeo
(SL)
ENR 152A
2-1064
Robert L. Tate
(TF)
ENR 230
2-9810
Nilgun Tumer
(TD)
Foran 208
2-8165 (215)
William W. Ward
(WG)
Lipman 216
2-9763 (216)
Malcom Watford
(WR)
Thompson 130
2-7418
Lori A. White
(WC)
Lipman 128
2-9763 (128)

The biological sciences curriculum at Cook College is offered in cooperation with the Division of Life Sciences, Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS). The curriculum is designed to be in conformance with the current mission of Cook College while fulfilling the requirements for the FAS major, described in detail in the Life Sciences section of this catalog. Completion of the program prepares students for graduate study; for careers in government, industry, or secondary-school teaching; and also satisfies the entrance requirements for medical and dental schools.

Students interested in further concentrations within the biological sciences (animal science, biochemistry, biotechnology, cell biology, ecology and evolution, entomology, environmental biology, genetics, marine biology, microbiology, neurobiology, nutrition, physiology, plant biology, or plant pathology) should contact the curriculum coordinator for the appropriate adviser assignment.


 
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