|BIOL V03||Introduction to Organismal Biology and Ecology||5|
|BIOL V04||Introduction to Cell and Molecular Biology||5|
|CHEM V01A||General Chemistry I||3|
|CHEM V01AL||General Chemistry I Laboratory||2|
|CHEM V01B||General Chemistry II||3|
|CHEM V01BL||General Chemistry II Laboratory||2|
|Required Additional Courses|
|MATH V20||Precalculus Mathematics||5|
|or MATH V21A||Calculus with Analytic Geometry I|
|Select one of the following groups:||10|
|General Physics I: Algebra/Trigonometry-Based|
|General Physics I Laboratory: Algebra/Trigonometry-Based|
|General Physics II: Algebra/Trigonometry-Based|
|General Physics II Laboratory: Algebra/Trigonometry-Based|
|General Physics I: Calculus-Based|
|General Physics I Laboratory: Calculus-Based|
|General Physics II: Calculus-Based|
|General Physics II Laboratory: Calculus-Based|
In addition to the required courses listed, it is recommended that students who seek to obtain additional insight into the field of study consider taking one or more of the following courses: ANAT V01 Human Anatomy (Units: 4); CHEM V12A General Organic Chemistry I (Units: 3)-CHEM V12AL General Organic Chemistry I Laboratory (Units: 2), CHEM V12B General Organic Chemistry II (Units: 3)-CHEM V12BL General Organic Chemistry II Laboratory (Units: 2); MATH V21B Calculus with Analytic Geometry II (Units: 5), MATH V21C Multivariable Calculus (Units: 5), MATH V24 (Units: ); MATH V44 Elementary Statistics (Units: 4) or PSY V04 Introductory Statistics for the Social and Behavioral Sciences (Units: 4); MICR V01 General Microbiology (Units: 4); PHSO V01 Human Physiology (Units: 4). Although these supplemental courses may be of value to the student, please note that they do not satisfy the requirements for this degree.
Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to:
- By using appropriate tools and techniques, collect, organize, analyze, and interpret data using the scientific method and contrast ideas resulting from this method with non-scientific ideas.
- Demonstrate a coherent understanding of the characteristic themes and concepts that pervade and/or unify the discipline of biology, specifically evolution, information transfer, and energetics.
- Locate, identify, evaluate, and discuss information from current primary and secondary literature on biological topics.
- Identify, explain, and evaluate in an analytical manner the hierarchical structure of biological organization.