The Department of Biology offers undergraduate cooperative majors with Clemson University in the areas of Forest Resources and Wildlife & Fisheries Biology

The Biology Department at Francis Marion University offers the opportunity to major in two specialty areas as part of a cooperative program with Clemson University. A student who wants to major in these areas will complete their first two years at FMU and the final two years at Clemson. The timing and completion of these courses is on a tight schedule, so it is more important than normal for a student to work closely with their advisor to stay on track.

Major-Forest Resources
(Cooperative program with Clemson University)

Coordinator: Dr. Gerald Long

A special arrangement allows students majoring in Forest Resources to complete two years at FMU and to transfer to Clemson University for their final two years of work. It is important for a student to work closely with their advisor to stay on track. The coursework taken at FMU is given below.

Major-Wildlife & Fisheries Biology
(Cooperative program with Clemson University)

Coordinator: Dr. Jeff Camper

A special arrangement allows students majoring in Wildlife & Fisheries Biology to complete two years at FMU and to transfer to Clemson University for their final two years of work. It is important for a student to work closely with their advisor to stay on track. The coursework taken at FMU is given below.