Botany

Major Academic Plans or MAPs show what courses to take each semester to meet your major's requirements. Using the DARS Degree Planner in partnership with your MAP will keep you on track and help you graduate from HSU in 4 years.

Find Your MAP

I need to complete GE Math

I have placed into Calculus

Supported Pre-Calculus
(MATH 101)
Pre-Calculus
(MATH 102)
Calculus for Biological Sciences
(MATH 105)
Calculus
(MATH 109)
Two-semester sequence English composition
(ENGL 102/103)
ENGL 102/103 +
MATH 101
ENGL 102/103 +
MATH 102
ENGL 102/103 +
MATH 105
ENGL 102/103 +
MATH 109
Accelerated English compostition
(ENGL 104)
ENGL 104 +
MATH 101
ENGL 104 +
MATH 102
ENGL 104 +
MATH 105
ENGL 104 +
MATH 109
Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Major in Botany

 


 

Picking your MAP starts with deciding on the first-year English and math classes that will best support your success. As part of the Freshmen Orientation, you’ll take the mandatory online registration tutorial that helps you:

  • determine your CSU designated math "placement  category" (1, 2, 3 or 4)
  • choose your English class(es) through a similar self-directed process
  • choose your Math class(es) based on your major and category information as described in the online registration tutorial

Once you know the math and English classes that you’ll be starting with, select the major and concentration (if applicable), and choose the MAP under the concentration with those class titles in the name.

If you have earned college credit through exams (Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB), etc., or college coursework from another school:

  • you may already have some the requirements on your MAP completed
  • check your Degree Audit Report (DARS) to see how transfer credit applies to your degree.
  • if you've already met a requirement on the MAP, choose other GE, major or elective classes instead - we recommend that you do this in consultation with an academic advisor. See Transfer Credit at Humboldt State for more information.

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