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Integrative Animal Biology is the study of the biology of animals, including humans. It explores the structure and function of invertebrates, vertebrates, and humans. The objective of this program is to provide students with a firm foundation in basic biology and the tools necessary to function as professional biologists, with a special emphasis on animals. It will prepare students for further education in medicine, veterinary medicine, animal biology, and evolutionary biology or for careers in fields such as medical assistance, veterinary assistance, animal care, and aquarium and zoo biology and education. The Degree is seperated into two tracks, the Human Track and the Animal Track. Both tracks has seperate degree sheets.

2016-2017 Printable Integrative Animal Biology- Animal Track Degree Sheet

2016-2017 Printable Integrative Animal Biology- Human Track Degree Sheet

The 2016-2017 Degree Sheets show the newest General Education requirements. Your Non-Science General Education requirements may be different than is shown depending on your catalog year. Please meet with your advisor to discuss your personal degree and major requirements.

Older Degree Sheets can be found at the links below.

2014-2015 Integrative Animal Degree Sheet - For students beginning prior to Fall 2015

2015-2016 Integrative Animal Degree Sheet - For students beginning in Fall 2015