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Major Requirements Worksheets

In addition to the worksheets below, please consult the Undergraduate Catalog and your Academic Requirements Report to ensure you are meeting the requirements for graduation. You can also view requirements for earlier catalog years.

Please refer to your Academic Requirements Report (Advisement Report) in Student Admin to determine your catalog year.

Biological Sciences

Bio Sci Major Requirements, Revised April 2021

Catalog Years: 2019-2020 and after

Bio Sci Major Requirements, Revised April 2018

Catalog Years: 2018-19 and before


Ecology and Evolutionary Biology


Molecular and Cell Biology


Physiology and Neurobiology

PNB Major Requirements, Revised April 2021

Catalog Years: 2021-2022 and after

PNB Major Requirements, Revised April 2019

Catalog Years: 2020-2021 and before


Structural Biology and Biophysics

BPHYS Major Requirements, Revised April 2021

Catalog Years: 2019-2020 and after

BPHYS Major Requirements, Revised April 2018

Catalog Years: 2018-19 and before

Minor Plans of Study Forms

Most students can submit a Minor Plan of Study using StudentAdmin. Students in some majors must complete and print a Minor Plan of Study Form (below) to obtain a signature from the Biology Advising Center before submitting to the Office of the Registrar. Contact your advisor for questions.

Additional Forms and Documents

All students in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences must complete the CLAS general education requirements, which are broken down into competencies and content areas. Track the progress toward fulfilling your gen ed requirements using this sheet.

Students in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences who have received a 2.6 semester GPA or higher in their most recent regular semester and who wish to take more than 18 credits may submit this Excess Credit Request form.

Map out your courses, credits, and progress toward your degree using this four-year planning worksheet.

This virtual guidebook provides an academic overview for first-year, transfer, and new-to-Storrs students in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

This guide explains Honors Program policies, requirements, benefits, and enrichment opportunities. Follow the guide that corresponds to the year you entered UConn as a first-year student.

Visit the Registrar's website for forms related to:

  • Courses (e.g., Pass/Fail Request, withdraw or audit a course)
  • Updating your records (e.g., biographical information update, FERPA release)
  • Academic program changes (e.g., additional degree petition, change of catalog year, or cancelling a minor)