Congratulations Graduates 2013! | More
Regional high school students can RISE in Rowan Engineering | More
College of Engineering welcomes middle school girls to annual AWE summer workshops | More
Rowan sets information session for Young Profs Exploration Camp | More
Cancer survivor turns dream into reality | More
Upon completion of this track, the student should be prepared to enter graduate school to pursue advanced training in zoology or to enter a zoology service area which may require advanced specialized training.
What are tracks?
Different tracks of courses have been designated to aid the student in preparation for graduate school, or for further studies in a particular area such as botany. The tracks are offered for guidance only, and as such are not required. However, it is recommended that a track be selected which you consider to be appropriate for your interests. The tracks list courses which may be used as electives to fulfill the required 30 s.h. of course work in biology, excluding Biology I & II (note, however, that the Environmental Science Track has some courses which cannot be applied towards the major requirements). Courses in a track will be taken in addition to the basic core requirements. Because tracks are an advisement and guidance tool, they are not an official degree program recognized by the Registrar and they are therefore not noted on a student's transcript or diploma.
The courses within the Department's tracks are typically subdivided into the following groupings:
• Highly Recommended: If possible, all courses in the group should be taken.