Entomology Minor (Non-Teaching)

The College of Agriculture offers an undergraduate Entomology minor (non-teaching) in addition to the graduate program in Entomology. The entomology minor provides students majoring in various areas of the agricultural and biological sciences with a discrete set of courses emphasizing the important discipline of entomology. The minor was designed to serve the needs of students in both the College of Agriculture and the College of Letters and Science (Biology and Microbiology). In addition to the minor students may also undertake undergraduate research projects, internships, special topics and undergraduate creative activity projects with individual faculty housed in the Department of Animal and Range Sciences, Land Resources and Environmental Sciences, and Plant Science and Plant Pathology.

Required Courses
BIOO 262INIntroduction to Entomology3
AGSC 401Integrated Pest Management3
BIOO 465Insect Identification4
Choose one of the following:1-3
Undergraduate Research
Undergraduate Research
Undergraduate Research
Directed Elective Courses
Choose three of the following:12-13
AGSC 341Field Crop Production3
ANSC 410Veterinary Entomology and Parasitology3
BCH 380Biochemistry5
Biometry (OR)
Introduction to Statistics
BIOB 375General Genetics3
BIOB 420Evolution3
General Ecology (equiv to 270) (OR)
Natural Resource Ecology
BIOE 422Insect Ecology3
BIOE 428Freshwater Ecology3
BIOM 250Microbiology for Health Sciences: Infectious Diseases3
BIOM 421Concepts of Plant Pathology3
BIOO 412Animal Physiology3
ENSC 407Environmental Risk Assessment3
ENSC 466Chemical Ecology3
WILD 301Princ of Fish & Wildlife Mgmt3
Total Credits21-24