Along with specific requirements for any major, all students in the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degree programs must meet all general education and graduation requirements under a single catalog.

Requirements for a major in Conservation and Ecological Health are 50 hours including: 

Required Department Core22
Organization of Life: Genetics and Cell Biology
Diversity of Life: An Introduction to Zoology and Botany
Introduction to Biological and Health Science Research
The Integrated Biological and Health Scientist
Biochemistry Molecular Biology Capstone
Neuroscience Capstone
General Chemistry I
General Chemistry II
Required Major Core16
Ecology and Evolution
Conservation Biology
Ecosystem Health
The Dynamic Earth and Environment
Electives 12
Students may take any 300 or 400 level BHS, BIOL, BMB, HS, or NEUR course as elective credit (excluding any courses taken to fulfill their Major Core), and a max of 4 credits are allowed from courses ranging 495-499.
Total Credits50