First- and Second-Year Preparation
Because human biology study requires preparation in other sciences, students should begin meeting major requirements in the first year. It is particularly important to takeand in the first year and, for several human biology areas of concentration, to take and in the second year. Ideally, most human biology majors should also take and during the first year (as well as BIOL 105 for students entering KU in or after Fall 2014). Students who have taken and , have earned an A or B in both courses, and have decided to major in human biology should consult a UBP adviser to request permission to substitute and for .
To help students stay on track, we've created a sample two-year plan. We encourage students to use our sample plan to help in drafting their own plans. Students should consult an up-to-date Degree Progress Report (DPR) and also meet regularly with their academic advisor.
Admission to the University of Kansas
Please visit KU's Office of Admissions web page for application and admission information.