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Evolutionary Studies Program (EvoS) > Minor

Minor in Evolutionary Studies - 18 credits (minimum)

  • Courses marked with an asterisk (*) have prerequisites.
  • Courses marked with a number sign (#) may or may not count for credit toward the minor. Please consult with the Evolutionary Studies program director for a decision.

Foundation Course: Biology..............................................................3-4 credits

Choose one:
BIO135 Evolution for Everyone (3)
BIO202 General Biology II (3) and BIO212 General Biology II Lab (1)*

Foundation Courses: Other Disciplines..........................................3 or more credits

Choose one or more:
ANT215 Introduction to Biological Anthropology (3)
ANT301 Human Evolution (3)
EVO201 Evolution and Human Health (3)
GLG301 Historical Geology (4)*
PSY307 Evolutionary Psychology (3)*

EVO301 Evolutionary Studies Seminar (may be taken twice)..........3-6 credits

Content-Area Courses........................................................................6 or more credits

Choose at least two (2) from different departments/programs:
ANT211 General Anthropology (3)
ANT302 Human Osteology (3)
ANT317 Love, Sex and Marriage: Anthro Perspectives (3)

ARH354 Nature & Science in 19th-Century American Art (3)

BIO111 Introduction to Animal Life (3)
BIO130 Cancer Biology (3)
BIO140 Modern Biotechnology (3)
BIO150 Insects and Human Society (3)
BIO307 Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy (5)*
BIO320 Genetics (4)*
BIO412 Evolutionary Theory (3)*
BIO417 Animal Physiology (4)*
BIO418 Animal Behavior (3)*

BLK330 Race and Racism in US History (3)#

CMD311 The Evolution of Language, Speech & Hearing (3)*

ENG230 Women in Literature (3)*#
ENG418 Victorian Literature (3)*#
ENG468 Literature, Evolution, and the Brain (3)*
ENG469 Literature and Culture in the Age of Darwin (3)*

FPA300 The Evolution of Art: From Biology to Philosophy (3)

GLG305 Paleontology (4)*

PHY205 Exploring the Solar System (3)
PHY206 Exploring the Universe (3)

PSY302 History and Systems of Psychology (3)*
PSY303 Psychology of Learning (3)*
PSY306 Social Psychology (3)*
PSY313 Psychology of Personality (3)*
PSY343 Psychology of Infancy and Childhood (3)*
PSY350 Psychology of Women*

THE240 History of World Dress (3)