Are you interested in adding a biology or general science minor to your degree? Undergraduate TWU students with a passion for the natural sciences now have several options to choose from.
For details about course requirements for each minor, visit our undergraduate minors catalog page.
(NEW) Neuroscience minor
Our new neuroscience minor is a cross-disciplinary minor for students who are interested in gaining a comprehensive understanding of the human brain. This minor pairs well with any major and is presented in collaboration with the TWU Department of Psychology & Philosophy.
(NEW) Pre-med minor
Are you pre-med? Not sure which classes you need for medical school? We've got you covered.
Our new pre-med minor is designed to support pre-health students who are majoring in a discipline outside of the natural sciences. This major includes standard prerequisite coursework for medical school, and it will also offer a strong foundation for students to prepare for the Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT).
A minor in biology requires 18 semester credit hours, six of which must be advanced.
General science minor
The minor in general science also requires 18 hours, six of which must be advanced. These hours must be divided among three of the following: chemistry, biology, physics and science courses. If the major is biology or chemistry, the hours must be divided between two of the remaining three.
Need more information?
To learn more about our minors, please contact Kirsten Donohoo, undergraduate academic adviser, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 940-898-3328.
Page last updated 2:41 PM, June 11, 2020