|Core Requirements (23 Credits)|
|General Biology I |
and Gen Bio 1 Lab 1
|General Biology II |
and Gen Bio 2 Lab 1
and Genetics Lab 2
|General Chemistry I |
and General Chemistry I Lab 3
|General Chemistry II |
and General Chemistry II Lab 3
|Participation in Lecture Series (6 hours)||0|
|Required Concentration Courses (8 Credits)|
|BIO307||Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy||4|
|Concentration Electives (17 Credits)|
|Select 17 credits of the following:||17|
|Evolution & Diversity of Life (at least 7 credits):|
Select at least 6 credits, including at least 3 credits in 400-level Evolution & Diversity of Life courses
400-level Biology courses
|Cognate Requirements (24 Credits)|
|Organic Chemistry I |
and Organic Chemistry I Lab
|Organic Chemistry II |
and Organic Chemistry II Lab
|General Physics 1|
and Physics 1 Laboratory
|General Physics 2|
and General Physics 2 Lab
BIO201 General Biology I /BIO211 Gen Bio 1 Lab and BIO202 General Biology II /BIO212 Gen Bio 2 Lab must be taken in sequence. A minimum grade of C- is required in BIO201 General Biology I and BIO202 General Biology II .
A minimum grade of C- in BIO320 Genetics is required to advance to most upper-division biology courses (300 and above).
A minimum grade of C- is required to advance from CHE201 General Chemistry I to CHE202 General Chemistry II and from CHE202 General Chemistry II to CHE318 Organic Chemistry I .
Additional considerations for admission to graduate programs in biology
It is important that students interested in graduate study be able to demonstrate undergraduate research experience. You should begin to explore research options during your sophomore year.
Additional considerations for admission to medical, dental and veterinary schools
The requirements for these professional schools are constantly evolving and vary from institution to institution. Please contact the Pre-Health Advisor.