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  Newark Undergraduate Catalog 2006-2008 Liberal Arts Colleges Academic Programs and Courses Biological Sciences Biology  

Biology

Department of Biological Sciences

Boyden Hall, Room 206 (973/353-5437)

Web Site: http://newarkbioweb.rutgers.edu

Email: biosci@newark.rutgers.edu

Majors and minors in biology, botany, and zoology are offered at NCAS. The biology major is offered jointly by Rutgers and NJIT. Bachelor of arts and bachelor of science degrees are both conferred.

The biology major introduces students to the fundamental concepts, principles, and procedures characteristic of several major conceptual approaches to organisms. The major provides a solid foundation in biology and also permits students to specialize in any of the major branches of biology.

The biology major is useful for students whose career plans lie in pure or applied biology; agriculture; biochemistry; biotechnology; botany; conservation, environmental quality, and natural resources; dentistry; ecology; food science and nutrition; forestry; genetics; horticulture; human medicine; limnology, marine biology, and biological oceanography; microbiology; natural history and nature study; pharmacy; plant pathology; public health; teaching of biology; toxicology; veterinary medicine; wildlife management; and zoology. Students considering admission to medical, dental, or veterinary school should meet with the prehealth adviser, Dr. John Maiello, in 301 Hill Hall (973/353-5705).

In the sophomore year, each biology major is assigned one member of the faculty to serve as a permanent academic counselor; consultation with this person on a regular basis is urged. An informative brochure is available in the departmental office, where the student must officially declare a major.


 
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