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The Department of Biological Sciences offers Honors versions of several of the core courses in the major, including those listed below. Registration in Honors courses is managed by the Honors College.
Majors may pursue an Honors Baccalaureate Degree or Honors Baccalaureate Degree with Distinction (requiring a Senior Thesis) in the Biological Sciences (B.A.), Biological Sciences Education (B.A.), Biological Sciences B.S., or Biological Sciences - Cell, Molecular Biology and Genetics (B.S.). The recipient must complete all of the requirements for the chosen B.A. or B.S. degree in biological sciences, plus all of the University's requirements for the Honors degree.
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