Satisfying Your College and Department Requirements at UMBS

With just a little strategic planning, you can satisfy multiple department or college requirements using Biological Station classes.*

LSA Humanities Area Distribution:
Environmental Writing and Great Lakes Literature (ENGLISH 329/ENVIRON 329)

LSA Natural Sciences Area Distribution:
Rivers, Lakes and Wetlands (EEB 320/ENVIRON 311)
Forest Ecosystems (EEB 348/ENVIRON 348)

LSA Upper Level Writing Requirement:
Environmental Writing and Great Lakes Literature (ENGLISH 329/ENVIRON 329)
General Ecology - summer only (EEB 381/ENVIRON 381)
Biology of Insects (EEB 442)
Field Mammalogy (EEB 453)
Limnology: Aquatic Ecology (BIO 482)

Program in the Environment (PitE) Practical Experience Requirement:
Any Biological Station course

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB) Residential Field Course Requirement:
Any upper division Biological Station course

EEB/PitE Ecology Requirement:
General Ecology
(EEB 381/ENVIRON 381; this class is equivalent to both the Ecology Lecture and the Ecology Laboratory, EEB/ENVIRON 281 and EEB/ENVIRON 372)

EEB/Biology Evolution Requirement:
Natural History and Evolution (EEB 390)

EEB/Biology Lab Course Requirement:
Rivers, Lakes and Wetlands (EEB 320/ENVIRON 311)
Biology of Birds (EEB 330)
Forest Ecosystems (EEB 348/ENVIRON 348)
General Ecology - summer only (EEB 381/ENVIRON 381)
Natural History and Evolution (EEB 390)
Great Lakes Coastal Wetlands (EEB405)
Biology of Animal Parasites (EEB 431)
Biology of Insects (EEB 442)
Field Mammalogy (EEB 453)
Ethnobotany (EEB455)
Algae in Freshwater Ecosystems
(EEB 457)
Limnology: Aquatic Ecosystems (BIO 482)
Biology and Ecology of Fishes (EEB 486)
Behavioral Ecology
(EEB 492)
Field Botany of Northern Michigan
(EEB 556)

*As with all academic planning, students should check with their department and/or college advisors to confirm the accuracy of this information.