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California State University, Stanislaus
Biological Sciences B.S. Concentration in Ecology

The Bachelor of Science degree is designed to provide the comprehensive background in the sciences required for students planning to seek a career in secondary teaching or additional training for graduated or professional schools. The degree includes course work usually required for admission to schools of medicine, dentistry, optometry, pharmacy, veterinary medicine, or laboratory technology, and for admission to graduate work in the biological sciences. Students planning seeking advanced or professional degrees should consult their department adviser early in their undergraduate program to determine what specific courses are required for these graduate and professional programs.

The Ecology concentration provides a focus on multi-scale biological processes and interactions between organisms and the environment. Students interested in marine systems can select courses specific to that sub-discipline.

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