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New Brunswick Undergraduate Catalog 2022-2024 School of Environmental and Biological Sciences Programs of Study Minors and Certificate Programs Minor in Entomology (19-26 credits)  

Minor in Entomology (19-26 credits)



Adviser: Chloe Hawkings; Thompson Hall 132, 848-932-0005 (c.hawkings@rutgers.edu)

Program Webpage: http://entomology.rutgers.edu/undergraduate/minor


Prerequisites: 01:119:115,116, and 117 General Biology (4,4,2)

Required Courses (7-8 credits)

11:370:350 Agricultural Entomology and Pest Management (3) or 11:370:381 Insect Biology (4)

11:370:409 Insect Classification (4)

Electives (12-18 credits)

Any of the following courses for which prerequisites are fulfilled or instructor's permission is granted:

11:370:308 Apiculture (3)
11:370:350 Agricultural Entomology and Pest Management (3)
11:370:352 Toxicology of Pesticides (3)
11:370:355 Agricultural & Medical Acarology (3)
11:370:402 Aquatic Entomology (4)
11:370:425 Insect Behavior (3)
11:370:380 Insect Biotechnology (3)
11:370:409 Insect Classification (4)
11:370:250 Insects & The Environment (3)
11:370:403 Insect Structure and Function (4)
11:370:406 Medical and Veterinary Entomology (3)
11:370:414 Forensic Entomology (3)
11:370:416 Forensic Entomology Laboratory (1)
11:370:403 Urban Entomology (3)
11:370:493,494 Research Problems in Entomology (1-4,1-4)

Students intending to minor in entomology are urged to contact the department as early in their program as possible, and no later than the middle of their junior year


 
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