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Does an ecology major take about the same classes as a biology major?

merman107merman107 Registered User Posts: 128 Junior Member
edited October 2009 in Science Majors
what are the differences in classes?
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Replies to: Does an ecology major take about the same classes as a biology major?

  • LAGatorLAGator Registered User Posts: 387 Member
    I'd say that the coursework is generally similar, but you really need to look at the specific course catalog for the list of classes and descriptions. Expect to take lees of the cellular/genetics-themed bio classes and more of those that focus on an ecosystem and processes/interactions within.
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