2017  2018 Undergraduate Catalog
CAMS Mathematical Biology, Minor


Return to: Majors & Minors The CAMS Mathematical Biology Minor is a formalized minor within the Interdisciplinary Studies program. Students must declare this minor before the beginning of preregistration for the final semester of their senior year by submitting a Mathematical Biology Minor Declaration form to the Director of Interdisciplinary Studies (Professor Schwartz in the Charles Center). Electives are to be selected by each student in consultation with a member of the Advisory Committee. This minor is suitable for those students interested in learning how mathematical modeling, data analysis and computer simulation are used as tools in solving biological problems.
Click here for minor declaration form.

Required Credit Hours: 18
Core Requirements (12 or more credits):
The minor requires 6 or more additional credits in prerequisites: or , or , and possibly and .
Mathematical Modeling (2 Courses)
Statistics and Data Analysis (1 course)
Electives (6 or more credits):
Students must select two additional courses from the following three categories below: 1). One of the remaining Mathematical Modeling courses above
Note that only one of BIOL 325 and MATH 345 can count towards the minor.
2). At most one BIOL 300 level or above course. Examples include:
3). At most one course from the following list:

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