Undergraduate Biology Tracks

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Biology Tracks

Individual classes may be relevant to more than one track, but classes cannot be double-counted toward the distribution requirement. Courses included in the general option requirements that provide logical background for these tracks are indicated in parentheses; however, these cannot be counted toward the distribution requirement.

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

(Bi 8, Bi 9)
Bi/Ch 110, 111, 113, 132 (if not taken to satisfy item 3; no double-counting)
Bi 129, BMB/Bi/Ch 170 abc, Bi 189, Bi 206
Note: Ch 24 and Ch 7 or Ch 145 are also recommended for students interested in this track.

Genetics

(Bi 8, Bi 117, Bi 122)
Bi 123, 129, 188, 190, 206,Bi/CNS 220, Bi/CNS/BE/NB 230, Bi/Ge 180
Microbiology subtrack: Bi 165, ESE/Bi 166, ESE/Bi 168 with Bi/Ge 180

Developmental Biology and Evolution

(Bi 117, Bi 122)
Bi/Ge 105, Bi 118, 123, Bi/CNS 157, Bi/CNS 158, Bi 182, 188, 190, 204, 214; Bi/BE 177, 227.

Neurobiology

(Bi/CNS/Psy 150)
Bi 156, 186, 202, 216, 217; Bi/CNS 153, 157, 162, 164, 184, 185,220; Bi/CNS/BE/NB 230; CNS/Bi/SS/Psy 176,
Behavior/psychology subcluster: CNS/SS/Psy/Bi 102 ab, CNS/Bi/Psy, 131, Bi/CNS 220, Bi 156, 176, 216, 217, CNS/Bi 256

Computational and Systems Biology

(Bi/CNS/Psy 150)
Bi/CNS 153, Bi 182, Bi/CNS 185, Bi192, Bi 199, Bi/CNS 184, Bi/CNS 195, Bi/CNS 220, CNS/Bi/EE/CS 186,
CNS/Bi/Ph/CS 187, BE/CS/CNS/Bi 191ab, CNS/Bi 247, CNS/Bi 256
CS programming courses are highly recommended for those interested in this track.

Organismal Biology

Bi 114, 115, 118, 129, 145 ab, BE/Bi 152, 157, 158, 188, 202, 214

Cell Biology

(Bi 9)
Bi 113 if not taken to satisfy requirement item 3, 115, 118, 129, Bi 145 ab, 18