Class of 2016 and beyond:
|BIOL 2000 Molecules & Cells (3 credits)|
|BIOL 2010 Ecology & Evolution or BIOL 3030 Introduction to Physiology (3 credits)|
|BIOL 2040 Investigations in Molecular Cell Biology (3 credits)|
One course in cell biology from the following list (3 credits):
One course in genetics or genomics from the following list (3 credits):
|CHEM 1109-1111 (or CH 117-119) General Chemistry 1 and Lab (4 credits)|
|CHEM 1110-1112 (or CH 118-120) General Chemistry 2 and Lab (4 credits)|
|CHEM 2231-2233 (or CH 241-243) Organic Chemistry 1 and Lab (4 credits)|
|CHEM 2232-2234 (or CH 242-234) Organic Chemistry 2 and Lab (4 credits)|
|CHEM 3351-3353 Analytical Chemistry and Laboratory (4 credits)|
|CHEM 4473 Physical Chemistry for Biochemistry Majors (3 credits)|
|PHYS 2211-2203 Introductory Physics 1 and Lab - calculus-based (5 credits)|
|PHYS 2212-2204 Introductory Physics 2 and Lab - calculus-based (5 credits)|
|MATH 1101 (or MATH 1105) Calculus 2 (4 credits)|
Two Advanced Electives from the following list* (6 credits)
* Additional electives may sometimes be announced in this category, depending upon advanced course offerings in the Biology and Chemistry Departments.
** With Biology or Chemistry Department approval, two semesters of Undergraduate Research may be substituted for ONE advanced elective.
Biochemistry majors who have a 5 on the AP Biology Exam in their senior year may choose to bypass the 2000 lecture courses (BIOL 2000 & BIOL 2010). These students will begin the major with BIOL 3040 Cell Biology and take 6 credits of additional biology credits, level 3000 or above.