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What is the difference between studying Biological Sciences in the College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences?
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The Biological Sciences major is exactly the same regardless of which College you attend: the course requirements are identical, as are the 14 concentration options within the major, the professors, classes, rigor, and research opportunities. The difference is in the requirements outside of the major as each college has different distribution requirements. You’ll want to think about what other classes you want to take beyond the major and visit the websites for both the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and the College of Arts & Sciences to see which would be the best fit. If you are thinking about double majoring, keep in mind that you can only select another major from within the same College.

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