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Biology, Behavior, and Society minor:

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Biology, Behavior, and Society minor
A minor in Biology, Behavior, and Society is available to students in all degree programs. To obtain a minor, students must complete 20 credits:

Required courses (11 cr):
HIST270 Introduction to Culture, Society & Biology (3 cr)
BY/PY340 Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology (3 cr)
BY/PY357 Human Cognitive Evolution (3 cr)
SA&S300 Arts and Sciences Seminar (1 cr)
SA&S499 Biology, Behavior and Society Minor Portfolio (1 cr)

Electives (9 cr): Electives must be from outside your declared major, and include at least three credits from each of the two categories:

Category 1
ANTH220: Understanding the Americas (3 cr)
ANTH225: Global Perspectives on Sexuality (3 cr)
ANTH230 Introduction to Race and Ethnicity (3 cr)
ANTH270 Environment, Technology and Society (3 cr)
ANTH325: Sex and Commerce (3 cr)
ANTH330: Men and Masculinities (3 cr)
HIST320: Medicine and Society in America (3 cr)
HIST326: Modern Sex (3 cr)
HIST327: History of Women in America (3 cr)
HIST328: History of Gender and Sex (3 cr)
HIST329: History of the American Family (3 cr)
HIST342: War and Gender (3 cr)
HIST350: History of Nazi Germany (3 cr)
HIST351: History of the Holocaust (3 cr)
SOC330: Health, Wealth, Inequality and the Environment (3 cr)
POL/SOC350: International Development and Social Change (3 cr)
SOC385: Food and Society (3 cr)
SS220 Introduction to Gender (3 cr)

Category 2
BY/PY319 Current Readings in Animal Behavior (3 cr)
BY/PY358 Animal Learning and Cognition (3 cr)
BY460 Neurobiology (3 cr)
BY420 Evolution (3 cr)
EC384 Game Theory and Economic Strategy (3 cr)
HIST/PY459 Neuroscience and Society (3 cr)
OS286/PY286 Organizational Behavior 1 (3 cr)
PY253 Social Psychology (3 cr)
PY310 Human Sexuality (3 cr)
PY315 Personal Relationships (3 cr)
PY360 Learning and Memory (3 cr)
PY461 Judgment and Decision Making (3 cr)
PY463 Health Psychology (3 cr)