The Department of Integrative Biology offers a variety of courses that reflect the Mission of the Department as well as the diverse research interests of the Faculty. Courses taught (or co-taught) by Integrative Biology Faculty and affiliates are listed below; links to additional course information open new windows. For descriptions of courses in other departments that may be relevant to particular Degree Programs in Integrative Biology, see the most recent OSU Course Catalog. For currently available courses, see Banner Self-Service.

*The material below is subject to change; consult your advisor and/or degree sheets for the most definitive information relevant to your degree!*


Biological science (BIOL) courses

(Those indicated by "(N)" are not approved for IBIO majors)

  • 1114 Introductory Biology
  • 1604 Animal Biology
  • 3023 General Genetics
  • 3034 General Ecology
  • 3053 (N) Freshwater Issues
  • 3104 Invertebrate Zoology
  • 3113 (N) Human Evolution
  • 3114 Vertebrate Zoology
  • 3123 (N) Human Heredity
  • 3153 Animal Behavior
  • 3163 Environmental Biology
  • 3204 Physiology
  • 3214 Human Anatomy
  • 3233 Human Reproduction
  • 3513 Conservation Biology
  • 3700 Readings & Special Studies in Zoology
  • 4104 General Parasitology
  • 4113 Conservation Genetics
  • 4133 Evolution
  • 4134 Embryology
  • 4174 Mammalogy
  • 4184 Herpetology
  • 4215 Mammalian Physiology
  • 4223 Mammalian Physiology Lab
  • 4253 Introductory Pharmacology
  • 4273 Environmental Physiology
  • 4283 Endocrinology
  • 4293 Behavioral Neuroendocrinology
  • 4303 Organismal Ecotoxicology
  • 4363 Principles of Toxicology
  • 4434 Limnology
  • 4464 Ornithology
  • 4700 Undergraduate Research Problems
  • 4710 Internship in Integrative Biology
  • 4750 Honors Study in Integrative Biology