Bachelor of Science in Biology with Premedical Professions Option
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Bachelor of Science in Biology with Premedical Professions Option

 (Applicable for the 2017-2018 Bulletin.)

First Year, Fall Semester

CourseCredits
BIO 122, Introductory Biology I4
CH 110, College Chemistry4
M 114, Everyday Statistics3
FYS 100, First-Year Seminar3
DIA 100, Dialogue1
Total Credits = 15

First Year, Spring Semester

CourseCredits
BIO 123, Introductory Biology II4
CH 111, College Chemistry4
M 140, Precalculus4
WRT 110, Academic Writing I3
PPS 100, PreMed Professions Studies I1
Total Credits = 16

Second Year, Fall Semester

CourseCredits
BIO 260W, Ecology4
CH 230, Organic Chemistry I4
PSY 105, Introductory Psychology3
WRT 210, Foundations of Argument3
Total Credits = 14

Second Year, Spring Semester

CourseCredits
BIO 272W, Genetics3
BIO 273W, Genetics Lab1
CH 231, Organic Chemistry II4
SOC 110, Intro to Sociology3
AUCA (fulfill both Arts and AUC)3
PPS 200, Pre-Med Professions Studies II1
DIA 200, Career Dialogue1
Total Credits = 16

Third Year, Fall Semester

CourseCredits
BIO 352, Molecular Cell Biology4
BIO 310, Neurobiology or BIO 442, Microbiology4
PPS 300, PreMed Professions Studies III1
CS 110, CS 111, or CS 1143
"Citizenship" course3
Total Credits = 15

Third Year, Spring Semester

CourseCredits
BIO 444-445, Biochemistry4-5
PHY 120, Algebra-Based Physics I4
"Diversity" AUCC or AUCS3
Humanities Elective3
Total Credits = 16

Fourth Year, Fall Semester

CourseCredits
BIO 442, Microbiology or BIO 310, Neurobiology4
PHY 121, Algebra-Based Physics II4
AUC (whichever is needed)3
Humanities elective3
Total Credits = 14

Fourth Year, Spring Semester

CourseCredits
BIO 336, Comparative Animal Physiology4
Humanities elective3
AUC (whichever is needed)3
Electives*6
Total Credits = 16

*Biology B.S. majors should consider additional Upper Division Biology electives, independent reserach or coursework towards a minor.

Seniors should consider internships and independent research experiences.