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  • Mandatory Advising for Biology Majors | California State University Stanislaus
    October 12th and November 13th 2015 Steps for advising follows Step 1 Get familiar with our website Step 2 Fill out the advising worksheet and then print it out so you can bring it with your proposed next term schedule to your advising appointment You can find the worksheet here http biology csustan edu Biology BiolAdviseStudent Advisees that show up without their advising form and tentative schedules will be asked to reschedule their appointment Step 3 Signing up for an appointment with your adviser This is done online through the Biological Sciences Department web site The advising link on the left in the Main Menu will lead you to the advising information page and the schedule link http biology csustan edu Biology BiolSched To log into both sites you need to use your CSU Stanislaus student ID number and first name For the advising signup sheet you will be directed to times that your adviser has available Enter your email address and phone number in a time slot you want to reserve and click the sign up tab to submit your appointment Remember your appointment Once you sign up for one time you cannot sign up for another If you miss your appointment you must contact your adviser directly for a new appointment at their convenience If you have to reschedule you must call Renee in the main biology office at 667 3476 at least 24 hours before your scheduled appointment After your schedule is reset you can then go online and reschedule If you have not contacted the office 24 hours before your appointment you will have to reschedule with your adviser at their convenience If you log into the signup site and there are no times listed for your adviser please contact your adviser directly Their emails can

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  • Department of Biological Sciences
    to fostering and empowering the development of life long learners of science including scientists health professionals educators civic leaders and citizens in a society that requires high levels of biological literacy Together the Department works to expand our collective understanding of biology and to promote a greater appreciation of the importance of biodiversity and biological processes in our society Learn more about the major 1 About the Department The Department of Biological Sciences offers programs of study in the life sciences for students seeking the Bachelor of Arts or the Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences a Master of Science in Marine Sciences a Master of Science in Ecology and Sustainability or Master of Science in Genetic Counseling Students may also elect to complete a concentration in General Biology Biology Education Ecology Organismal Biology or Molecular and Microbial Biology as part of either the Bachelor of Arts or the Bachelor of Science Students interested in marine biology and oceanography may elect course work at the Moss Landing Marine Laboratories for partial fulfillment of their in residence major and degree requirements Mandatory Advising for Biology Majors Fall 2015 Academic advising will occur between October 12th and November 13th 2015 You will

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  • Degrees | California State University Stanislaus
    Campus Life Giving You are here Home College of Science Department of Biological Sciences Degrees Degrees Bachelor of Science The Bachelor or Science is designed to provide the comprehensive background in the sciences required for students planning to seek additional training in graduate or professional schools The degree includes course work that is usually required for admission to schools of medicine dentistry veterinary medicine lab technology and for admission to graduate work in the biological sciences Students planning to seek advanced or professional degrees should consult their departmental adviser early in their undergraduate program to determine what specific courses may be required Download Concentrations Road Maps pdf Bachelor of Arts The Bachelor of Arts is designed to provide breadth and background in the natural sciences and to allow sufficient flexibility to accommodate the diverse needs of the general student Individuals preparing for careers in such areas as agriculture industry and elementary or secondary teaching will find that this degree is adaptable to their career objective Minor in Biological Sciences View the Requirements Master of Science in Ecology and Sustainability Visit Ecology Sustainability Website Master of Science in Marine Science Visit Marine Science Website Master of Science in Genetic Counseling Visit

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/biology/degrees (2016-02-15)
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  • Concentrations | California State University Stanislaus
    Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home College of Science Department of Biological Sciences Concentrations Concentrations Road Maps Download Concentration Roadmaps pdf Concentrations Minor in Biological Sciences Biology Education General Biology Ecology Molecular and Microbial Biology Organismal Biology Environmental Sciences Printer friendly version Department of Biological Sciences Degrees Concentrations Minor in Biological Sciences Biology Education General Biology Ecology Molecular and Microbial Biology

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/biology/concentrations (2016-02-15)
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  • Syllabi | California State University Stanislaus
    Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home College of Science Department of Biological Sciences Syllabi Syllabi Fall 2015 Spring 2015 Fall 2014 Spring 2014 Fall 2013 Spring 2013 Spring 2012 Fall 2012 Fall 2011 Spring 2011 Fall 2010 Spring 2010 Printer friendly version Department of Biological Sciences Degrees Concentrations Syllabi Fall 2015 Spring 2015 Fall 2014 Spring 2014 Fall 2013 Spring 2013 Fall 2012 Spring

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  • Teacher Ed | California State University Stanislaus
    8 units BIOL 1050 General Biology I BIOL 1150 General Biology II 2 Biological Diversity select from the following 4 units BOTY 3130 Morphology of Plants Algae and Fungi BOTY 3700 Flowering Plants ENTO 3000 Principles of Entomology ENTO 4330 Medical and Veterinary Entomology ZOOL 3610 General Vertebrate Zoology ZOOL 4420 Invertebrate Zoology I ZOOL 4430 Invertebrate Zoology II ZOOL 4620 Herpetology ZOOL 4630 Ornithology ZOOL 4640 Mammalogy 3 Electives 8 units BIOL 3000 Frontiers in Biology BIOL 3020 Introduction to Evolution BIOL 3100 Biological Illustration BIOL 4000 Biogeography BIOL 4020 Biology for Decision Making BIOL 4300 Conservation Biology BIOL 4700 Ecology and Invasive Species BIOL 4940 Internship in Biology BOTY 3000 Principles of Plant Propagation BOTY 4000 Medicinal Plants and Herbs ZOOL 3600 Animal Behavior or other acceptable Biological Sciences courses as approved by concentration advisor BIOL 4020 cross counts for LIBS Integrative Inquiry Area B Secondary Teaching Students interested in teaching science at the junior high or high school level should complete a core of science courses and a concentration in one of four areas biology chemistry geosciences or physics Unless students already have an undergraduate degree the simplest route is to complete the science core and a major in one of the four areas The Science Core Breadth and Biology Concentration Depth are outlined below Single Subject Credential Program policy requires that a candidate demonstrate subject matter competency before starting work in a cohort and doing the field practicum requirements Candidates may apply to the credential program but cannot take EDSC 4100 4300 4440 4850 4855 until subject matter competency has been demonstrated Subject matter competency can be demonstrated by completing a Subject Matter Preparation Program SMPP in Science with a concentration in one of the four science areas OR pass all components of a standardized series of tests in biology chemistry physics and geosciences called the CSET The SMPP in Science concentration in biology is outlined below and additional information on the CSET exams may be obtained at http www cset nesinc com For additional information on the Single Subject Credential Program consult the Single Subject Credential portion of the University Catalog in the Teacher Education section Science Breadth Requirements everyone Biol 1010 3 Principles of Biology will be waived if student completed a year of high school biology with A or B Biol 1050 4 General Biology I Biol 1150 4 General Biology II Chem 1100 5 Principles of Chemistry I and co requisites Chem 1102 Lab and Chem 1104 Discussion Chem 1110 5 Principles of Chemistry II and co requisites Chem 1112 Lab nd Chem 1114 Discussion Chem 3010 3 Organic Chemistry and co requisite Chem 3012 1 Organic Chemistry Lab Phys 2100 5 Basic Physics I Phys 2110 5 Basic Physics II Geol 2400 3 Intro to Earth Science and co requisite Geol 2102 1 Principles of Geology Lab This lab can be completed concurrently with Geol 2400 it is not necessary to take Geol 2100 Geol 2200 4 Historical Geology Astr 2100

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  • Pre-Health | California State University Stanislaus
    interested please contact any of the following Shadi Safi President Contact stanprehealth gmail com o r visit our Facebook page Join the Pre Health Society fill out the following form Membership Form Course Requirements The minimum requirement for admission to most health professional schools is completion of at least 90 semester units however a bachelor degree is recommended In addition requirements for a specific professional school may differ from one school to another Therefore it is highly recommended that students while preparing for admissions examine the requirements of their prospective professional schools and with the assistance of their major advisor design a program of study Experience It is very important for students to have special health related experience in addition to their course work The experience should have direct patient contact or other interpersonal involvement The professional schools want to know if the applicants have a first hand knowledge of the realities of a career in a health profession An undergraduate internship in an appropriate health profession setting is a recommended way to achieve this real world experience In some situations experience plays a significant role in the admission selection process Academic credit may be received for such experiences Research experience may be useful to some students but it is not a major requirement in the admissions process to some of the health professions Consult your major advisor and a member of the Pre health Professions Committee Recommended General Education Core Curriculum and Additional Electives General Education Commonly required courses include English One year of English composition and literature Note ESL classes do not fulfill the English requirement Speech Most programs require a speech course as opposed to group discussion Psychology Two terms inclucing General Psychology Social Sciences Humanities or Foreign Language Minimum of 11 semester units Core Curriculum All students who plan to attend a medically related professional school regardless of major should take the following core courses Biol 1050 or Zool 1050 General Biology I or Zoology with laboratory Biol 1150 or Boty 1050 General Biology II or Botany with laboratory Chem 1100 Principles of Chemistry I with laboratory Chem 1110 Principles of Chemistry II with laboratory Chem 3010 3012 Organic Chemistry I with laboratory Phys 2100 or 2250 2252 Basic Physics I or General Physics I with laboratory Phys 2110 or 2260 2262 Basic Physics II or General Physics II with laboratory Math 1600 and or 1410 or 1910 Statistics and or Calculus Additional Electives to bring the total number of units to at least 90 semester units Most professional schools recommend the following courses Some of these courses may have prerequisites These courses will also help prepare for professional admissions tests Biol 3350 Introductory Genetics Biol 4100 Immunology Bio 124 Hematology offered with concurrent enrollment from CSU Sacramento Chem 3020 3022 Organic Chemistry II with laboratory Chem 4400 Biochemistry I Mbio 3010 3032 Bacteriology with laboratory Mbio 4300 Medical Microbiology Zool 2260 Human Anatomy and Morphology Zool 3130 Vertebrate Embryology Zool 3150 Comparative Anatomy Zool 4280

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  • Biological Sciences Calendar | California State University Stanislaus
    Ways To Give Contact Us A Z Directory Maps Library Stockton Center MyCSUSTAN Students Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home College of Science Department of Biological Sciences Biological Sciences Calendar Biological Sciences Calendar View Calendar in new window Printer friendly version Department of Biological Sciences Degrees Concentrations Syllabi Teacher Ed Pre Health Biology Calendar Biology News Advising Resources Web

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