- Academic English Studies (ESL)
- Asian Studies
- Biochemistry/Molecular Biology
- Environmental Studies
- Ethnic Studies
- Exploration and Discovery
- French Studies
- Gender Studies
- German Studies
- Health Professions
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The following documents are in PDF format and require Adobe Reader.
Animal Use Policy: Why we use animals in teaching biology.
Citing Scientific Information: How to cite sources in scientific writing.
Effective Scientific Writing: Tips for organizing and structuring effective scientific writing.
Graduate School Information: A FAQ for applying to Master’s and Ph.D. programs in Biology.
Honesty in Science: Policies and penalties for academic dishonesty, and tips for avoiding errors.
Independent Study: A research project designed by a student in consultation with a faculty member.
Petitioning the Biology Department: General guidelines for submitting a petition to waive departmental requirements
Transferring credit or substituting a course: A description of the materials you will need to assemble and submit to obtain a waiver or apply transfer credits to fulfill Biology course requirements.
Writing a Senior Thesis: Guidelines for proposing and carrying out a year-long senior research thesis.
Marine biology students tour the Oregon Institute of Marine Biology with Jule Schultz, Master’s candidate and LC bio alum (2001)