DEGREE: BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
MAJOR: BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
University and College Requirements for BS degree in Biology with Concentration.
I. Required lower level Biology courses
II. Required lower-level Biology Laboratory courses
Note that for all the two credit labs, the lecture is a prerequisite. (THE LECTURE AND THE LAB CANNOT BE TAKEN SIMULTANEOUSLY.)
III. Biology Breadth Requirement
Choose at least one from the following courses:
IV. Laboratory Classes
Choose three of the following courses:
* The four credits of BISC 468 must be taken with the same professor and must be over at least two semesters. An approved summer experience, such as University-sponsored summer research, can be substituted for one semester. UNIV 401 plus UNIV 402 or BISC 451 plus BISC 452 (6 credits total) can also substitute for BISC 468.
V. Required Courses from Other Departments
One of the following options:
Analytic Geometry and Calculus A
VI. Upper Division Requirements
Choose two courses from the following list. (At least one must be a BISC course.)
Any additional laboratory class (IV) taken above the minimum of three may also count towards the upper division requirements (VI).
Other upper division classes may also be approved at the discretion of the Undergraduate Program Director.
A grade of D (not D-) or better must be obtained in Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics courses required for all Biological Sciences majors and minor.
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