The Biology major begins in the freshman year with specific math and science requirements because all upper-division (junior/senior) biology courses require lower-division (freshman/sophomore) courses as prerequisites.  

Biology students complete the 'core' courses listed below and select a CONCENTRATION

Complete ALL of the following courses:
Complete ONE of the following, which also fulfils the CSU Graduation Writing Assessment Requirement (GWAR):
Complete ONE of the following Service Learning courses:
Complete ONE of the following Capstone seminar courses:

 

SELECT A CONCENTRATION  and complete the specified coursework.  The concentrations offered are: Molecular Biology; Ecology, Evolution, and Organismal Biology; and Teacher Preparation.

MOLECULAR BIOLOGY CONCENTRATION:
Complete the following courses: 
Complete ONE of the following course combinations:
Complete ONE of the following courses:

NOTE:   BIO 310BIO 310: Biochemistry or CHEM 312CHEM 312: Organic Chemistry II may double-count as a "Molecular Biology Elective" below

Complete FOUR of the following MOLECULAR BIOLOGY concentration electives. 
ECOLOGY, EVOLUTION, AND BIO ORGANISMAL BIOLOGY CONCENTRATION
Complete ALL of the following courses: 
Complete ONE of the following courses:
Complete TWO of the following courses:

NOTE:   CHEM 312CHEM 312: Organic Chemistry II may double-count as a "Ecology, Evolution, and Organismal Biology Elective" below

Complete FOUR of the following ECOLOGY, EVOLUTION, AND ORGANISMAL BIOLOGY concentration electives for at least 12 credits. 
TEACHER PREPARATION CONCENTRATION
Complete the following courses: 
Complete ONE of the following courses:
Complete TWO of the following courses:

NOTE:   CHEM 312CHEM 312: Organic Chemistry II may double-count as a "Teacher Preparation Elective"

Complete FOUR of the following TEACHER PREPARATION concentration electives for at least 12 credits: