B.S./M.S. program: B.S. course audit This table lists requirements of the B.S. portion of the B.S./M.S. program. All students are expected to meet each requirement before graduating with an M.S. from the program. If you do not have an undergraduate degree from the EEB department at the University of Connecticut, we recommend that you use this form to conduct a course audit. Against each requirement, identify courses that you have taken that you feel will meet the requirement. If you have attended a Connecticut College or University then you can identify courses equivalent to those at UConn using the database linked here. The program admissions committee will evaluate this course audit and determine whether courses additional to the basic MS requirements need to be taken. For descriptions of course content see the University’s undergraduate catalog, or the web sites of individual departments. UConn B.S. requirement General Chemistry: one year CHEM (1124Q & 1125Q & 1126Q) or (1127Q & 1128Q) or (1137Q & 1138Q) or (1147Q & 1148Q) Calculus: one year MATH (1120Q & 1121Q & 1122Q) or (1131Q & 1132Q) or (2141Q & 2142 Q) General Physics: one year PHYS (1201Q & 1202Q) or (1401Q & 1402Q) or (1501Q & 1502Q) or (1601Q & 1602Q) Principles of Biology: one year (BIOL 1107 & 1108) General Ecology: one semester (EEB 2244 or 2244W) Evolutionary Biology: one semester (EEB 2245 or 2245W) Genetics: one semester (Either MCB 2410 Human Genetics or MCB 2413 Concepts of Genetic Analysis) Animal or Plant Physiology: one semester (Either EEB 4215 Physiological Ecology or PNB 2250 Animal Physiology) Fill in the equivalent course(s) that you have taken Plant Diversity*: one semester (One of several 3-4 credit courses) Animal Diversity*: one semester (One of several 3-4 credit courses) Field Experience*: one semester (One of several courses with extensive field experience; at least 2 credits of class time must be spent in the field) Taxonomic/Habitat focus*† (At least 3 courses (11-12 credits) with a consistent theme; at least two should include labs) EEB credit requirement*† At least 24 credits at or above the 2000level Related areas credit requirement*† At least 9 credits in related areas (Environmental Science, Geography, Natural Resource Science, etc.) at or above the 2000-level At least one course in organic chemistry* (recommended only) At least one course in statistics* (recommended only) List any other courses that you consider relevant to the B.S./M.S. program * See the B.S./M.S. website for examples of acceptable courses. † Courses used to meet this requirement can also be used for other requirements.