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Augustana offers:

  • A Major in Biology (BA or BSc)

    Four Year Major - BSc, BA Requirements
    42 credits in Biology:

    • 9 credits Evolution and Cell Biology
    • 9 credits Ecology, Genetics and History of Biology
    • 3 credits Developmental Biology
    • 21-27 credits as in calendar in 1 of 3 streams:
      1. General Biology
      2. Cellular & Molecular Biology
      3. Ecology & Conservations Biology

    BSc in Biology also requires:

    • 3 credits Mathematics
    • 3 credits Statistics
    • 6 credits Physics
    • 12 credits Chemistry
  • A Minor in Biology (BA, BSc, BMgt, BMus)

    Minor in Biology Requirements
    18 credits in Biology:

    • 3 credits AUBIO 110 or 130
    • 9 credits in senior level AUBIO
    • 3 credits in AUBIO at the 300 or 400 level
    • 3 additional credits in AUBIO
For specific information on requirements for these programs, please review Augustana's sections of the current Academic Calendar, available on-line and in PDF format.

Alberta Society of Professional Biologists

Please note that membership in the Alberta Society of Professional Biologists may be required by some professions in biology. An undergraduate or graduate degree in biology is required for membership. In addition, ASPB requires the following specific courses to have been completed during the degree:

6 cr introductory biology
6 cr introductory chemistry
6 cr introductory physics
6 cr mathematics/statistics
3 cr ecology
3 cr genetics
3 cr molecular biology
6 cr organic chemistry/biochemistry
6 cr botany/microbiology/zoology
12 cr 300 and 400-level biology
Hence, those considering membership in ASPB should ensure that these courses are taken during their degree at Augustana. Enquiries may be directed to the ASPB website.

Student Assistant Program

AUBIO 110/130 and AUCHE 110/112 hire student assistants in the lab portion of the course. These positions are invaluable to students desiring experience leading towards elementary and secondary education, graduate school, or jobs requiring a public presence (eg. park guide or interpreter). Responsibilities include helping the instructor during lab and marking lab assignments.