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Bachelor of Arts in Biology
Course Description:
20-credit BA or BSc with Major in Biology

Departmental Requirements

1000 level

            
•     BIOL 1010.03 or BIOL 1020.03 (minimum grade of C-)
•     BIOL 1011.03 or BIOL 1021.03 (minimum grade of C-)
•     CHEM 1011.03/1012.03
OR
            
•     DISP (minimum grade of C-) (SCIE 1501X/Y or 1502X/Y or 1503X/Y or 1504X/Y or 1510X/Y)

2000 level
            
•     BIOL 2020.03
•     BIOL 2030.03
•     BIOL 2040.03
•     Any TWO of BIOL 2003.03, BIOL 2004.03, BIOL 2060.03
•     One additional half (0.5) Biology credit at or above the 2000 level

3000 level

            
•     Minimum of three (3) full credits at or above the 3000 level for a BA
•     Minimum of four (4) full credits at or above the 3000 level for a BSc

  • BIOL 1010.03: Principles of Biology Part I.
  • BIOL 1011.03: Principles of Biology Part II.
  • BIOL 1020.03: Introductory Biology I: Cells, Genetics & Evolution.
  • BIOL 1021.03: Introductory Biology II: Organismal Biology & Ecology.
  • BIOL 1050.03: Biology and Society.
  • BIOL 2003.03: Diversity of Life I.
  • BIOL 2004.03: Diversity of Life II.
  • BIOL 2020.03: Cell Biology.
  • BIOL 2030.03: Genetics and Molecular Biology.
  • BIOL 2040.03: Evolution.
  • BIOL 2060.03: Introductory Ecology.
  • BIOL 2601.03: The Flora of Nova Scotia.
  • BIOL 2605.03: Introduction to Marine Life of Nova Scotia.
  • BIOL 3003.03: Dynamics of Biological Oceanography.
  • BIOL 3020.03: Advanced Cell Biology.
  • BIOL 3024.03: Microscopy.
  • BIOL 3036.03: Transgenic Organisms.
  • BIOL 3042.03: Molecular Ecology.
  • BIOL 3044.03: Ecological Genetics.
  • BIOL 3046.03: Molecular Evolution.
  • BIOL 3050.03: Developmental Biology.
  • BIOL 3060.03: Environmental Ecology.
  • BIOL 3061.03: Communities and Ecosystems.
  • BIOL 3062.03: Behavioral Ecology.
  • BIOL 3063.03: Resource Ecology.
  • BIOL 3065.03: Conservation Biology.
  • BIOL 3067.03: Ecology and Evolution of Fishes.
  • BIOL 3069.03: Population Ecology.
  • BIOL 3078.03: Principles of Animal Physiology Part I.
  • BIOL 3079.03: Principles of Animal Physiology Part II.
  • BIOL 3101.03: Microbial Ecology.
  • BIOL 3102.03: Microbial Eukaryotes: Biodiversity and Evolution.
  • BIOL 3113.03: Bacterial Physiology.
  • BIOL 3212.03: Biology of the Algae.
  • BIOL 3218.03: Plant Anatomy.
  • BIOL 3225.03: Plants in the Human Landscape.
  • BIOL 3226.03: Plants and Civilization.
  • BIOL 3301.03: Invertebrate Biology.
  • BIOL 3322.03: Parasitology.
  • BIOL 3326.03: Vertebrate Design: Evolution and Function.
  • BIOL 3327.03: Entomology.
  • BIOL 3329.03: Applied Entomology.
  • BIOL 3404.03: History of Medicine.
  • BIOL 3421.03: Comparative Vertebrate Histology.
  • BIOL 3430.03: Introduction to Human Histology.
  • BIOL 3503X/Y.06: Introduction to the History of Science.
  • BIOL 3580.03: Philosophy of Biology.
  • BIOL 3600.03: Aquaculture.
  • BIOL 3601.03: Nature Conservation.
  • BIOL 3615.03: Methods in Ecology.
  • BIOL 3620.03: Field Survey of Terrestrial Biodiversity.
  • BIOL 3622.03: Ornithology.
  • BIOL 3623.03: Applied Coastal Ecology.
  • BIOL 3624.03: Urban Freshwater Systems.
  • BIOL 3626.03: Field Studies of Marine Mammals.
  • BIOL 3630.03: Field Methods in Animal Behaviour.
  • BIOL 3632.03: Applied Field Methods in Fish Ecology.
  • BIOL 3664.03: Intertidal Ecology and Diversity.
  • BIOL 3665.03: Food Web Assembly and Modelling.
  • BIOL 3666.03: Species Invasions.
  • BIOL 3680.03: Scientific Diving Methods for Marine Ecology.
  • BIOL 3761.03: Marine Ecology.
  • BIOL 4012.03: Advanced Laboratory in Biochemical Techniques.
  • BIOL 4034.03: Molecular Genetic Techniques in Ecology.
  • BIOL 4035.03: Human Genetics.
  • BIOL 4050.03: Advanced Animal Development.
  • BIOL 4060.03: Marine Mammalogy.
  • BIOL 4061.03: Design of Biological Experiments.
  • BIOL 4062.03: Analysis of Biological Data.
  • BIOL 4063.03: Biological Modelling: An Introduction to Analysis, Statistics, Programming and Simulation.
  • BIOL 4065.03: Sustainability and Global Change.
  • BIOL 4070.03: Advanced Topics in Animal Physiology.
  • BIOL 4074.03: Introduction to Animal Nutrition.
  • BIOL 4101.03: Industrial Microbiology and Biochemistry.
  • BIOL 4160.03: Political Ecology.
  • BIOL 4220.03: Plant Cell Biology.
  • BIOL 4302.03: Molecular Immunology.
  • BIOL 4335.03: Environmental Impacts in Marine Ecosystems.
  • BIOL 4369.03: Fisheries Oceanography.
  • BIOL 4370.03: Deep Sea Biology.
  • BIOL 4404.03: Introduction to Pharmacology I.
  • BIOL 4407.03: Introduction to Pharmacology II.
  • BIOL 4408.03: Introduction to Pharmacology III.
  • BIOL 4661.03: Principles of Biological Oceanography.
  • BIOL 4662.03: Biology of Phytoplankton.
  • BIOL 4664.03: History of Marine Sciences.
  • BIOL 4666.03: Benthic Ecology.
  • BIOL 4800X/Y.06: Special Topics.
  • BIOL 4900X/Y.06: Honours Research and Thesis.
  • BIOL 4901.03: Honours Research and Thesis I.
  • BIOL 4902.03: Honours Research Thesis II.
  • Honours Qualifying Examination.
  • BIOL 8891.00: Co-op Work term I.
  • BIOL 8892.00: Co-op Work term II.
  • BIOL 8893.00: Co-op Work term III.
  • BIOL 8894.00: Co-op Work term IV.
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