In order to graduate, you will also need to complete your general education and university requirements.

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 310: Biochemistry or CHEM 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 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 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: