Biology Degrees Offered
The Department of Biology houses bachelor's degree programs in biology and biology with secondary education concentration, a minor, and an associate of science degree. To learn more about applying to the Biology Program: Undergraduate Pathways
Plans of Study
Your plan of study is a checklist of the courses required for graduation. You may choose to follow either the current plan of study or the plan in effect the year you started attending the University of North Georgia (UNG). A plan of study is needed for advisement during preregistration. Additionally, the registrar requires one after completion of 90 credit hours for a bachelor's degree and 40 hours for an associate degree. You will also need your plan of study when you graduate.
Associate Degree in Core Curriculum with Pathway Courses
Beginning Fall 2014: Science
Degree Maps and Two-Year Course Rotation
A degree map is a sample four-year selection of courses that demonstrates how you can navigate semester-by-semester toward a degree. Think of this as a visual guide to your plan of study above.
The two-year course rotation shows a schedule of planned biology course offerings. You can use this when considering which courses to take in future semesters, but keep in mind that it is subject to change. Biology Two-Year Course Rotation
B.S. in Biology (links to official Undergraduate Catalog requirements)
B.S. in Biology Secondary Education (links to official Undergraduate Catalog requirements)
Minor in Biology (links to official Undergraduate Catalog requirements)
Associate of Science in Core Curriculum with Pathway Courses (links to official Undergraduate Catalog requirements)