Minor in Integrative Biology
The minor, administered by the School of Integrative Biology, is designed for students intending to have a career in a field other than biology, but for whom a background in biology is nevertheless complementary, e.g. law, technology, bioinformatics, business, scientific writing, and engineering. A minor in integrative biology provides an understanding of fundamental principles for one major subdiscipline of biology, whether this be organismal and evolutionary biology; behavior, ecology and the environment; or integrative anatomy, physiology, and molecular biology.
Students must contact an SIB advisor for acceptance into the minor.
Web address for School advising information: sib.illinois.edu/undergraduate/advising
|Select one of the following:||4|
|Organismal & Evolutionary Biol|
|Introduction to Plant Biology|
|Select two of the following:||6-8|
|Anatomy and Physiology|
|Two additional courses at the 300 or 400 level (3-4 hours, some 5 hours) selected from the IB Area Courses. The prerequisite course(s) must be taken if specified by an advanced course.||6-8|
Other possible combinations of courses are possible for the Integrative Biology minor, if an SIB advisor approves the combination.