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General Human Biology Emphasis

Learn How the Human Body Works

And prepare for a wide variety of careers.

The human body is more than complex (containing an estimated 100 million cells and involving 12 systems). It's also endlessly fascinating—and the foundation for our general human biology major. You’ll learn to communicate complex scientific concepts clearly and work within groups and independently. This degree serves as a gateway to diverse and impacting careers in biotechnology, lab management, biomedical research, healthcare, forensics and more.

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Human skeleton replicas in Marinette Human Biology lab

Course Curriculum

Figure out what classes you need to take to graduate on time and succeed with an emphasis in General Human Biology!

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The Perfect Complement

Pair your major with a general human biology minor to deepen your understanding of human health and medicine.

Minor Requirements

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View an example of what classes to take and when during your time here at UW-Green Bay. Remember that this is a guide, not an exact template of what you should take, so contact your advisor to figure out what's best for you.

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Professor Brian Merkel

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