Co-Majors for Microbiology Majors

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Co-majors are programs of study that accompany and complement an existing major. It must be taken in conjunction with a primary major, which provides the significant depth and breadth of an academic discipline; it cannot be taken independently.

Co-majors that are often selected by Microbiology majors to enhance their training include the Environmental Science co-major and the Premedical Studies co-major.