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Franklin College Biological Sciences Requirement

Franklin College Requirement: One Course**

The Franklin College Biological Sciences requirement can be satisfied by the following courses. The course must be at least 3 hours and taught at the undergraduate level (1000-5999). Except for Multicultural selections, no course may be used to satisfy more than one Franklin College Requirement.


ANTH 2045 Introduction to Biological Anthropology


BIOL1103 Basic Concepts in Biology

BIOL1103E Concepts in Biology

BIOL1104 Organismal Biology

BIOL1107 Principles of Biology I

BIOL1108 Principles of Biology II

HONS(BIOL)(CHEM)(GEOL)(PHYS)2080H Honors Science

BIOL2103H Basic Concepts in Biology (Honors)

BIOL2103S Basic Concepts in Biology (Honors)

BIOL2107H Principles of Biology I (Honors)


HONS(BIOL)(CHEM)(GEOL)(PHYS)2080H Honors Science


HONS(BIOL)(CHEM)(GEOL)(PHYS)2080H Honors Science


ECOL1000** Ecological Basis of Environmental Issues

ECOL1000H** Ecological Basis of Environmental Issues (Honors)

**lab is also required to satisfy requirement


HONS(BIOL)(CHEM)(GEOL)(PHYS)2080H Honors Science


MARS1020 Biology of the Marine Environment

MARS 1021E Biology of the Marine Environment

MARS1025H Biology of the Marine Environment (Honors)


HONS(BIOL)(CHEM)(GEOL)(PHYS)2080H Honors Science


PBIO1210 Principles of Plant Biology

PBIO1220 Organismal Plant Biology


For students who matriculated prior to the beginning of Fall 2010, please visit this webpage.


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updated 4.25.2019

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