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Bachelor of Science in Biology: Pre-Medicine

Year 1

Fall

Cr Hrs

Spring

Cr Hrs

BIO 202

Evolution and Ecology

4

BIO 203

Genes and Genomics

4

CHE 151

General Chemistry I

4

CHE 152

General Chemistry II

4

MAT 215*

Foundations of Calculus*

4

Gen Ed

Elective

3

COL 111

First Year Experience

1

Gen Ed

Elective

3

ENG101

English Composition

3

Gen Ed

Elective

3

Year 2

Fall

Spring

PHY 110

General Physics I

4

PHY 111

General Physics II

4

CHE 305

Organic Chemistry I

4

CHE 306

Organic Chemistry II

4

BIO 205

Research Methods

4

BIO 204

Cell Biology

4

Gen Ed

Elective

3

Gen Ed

Elective

3

Year 3

Fall

Spring

CHE 311

Biochemistry I

4

CHE 312

Biochemistry II

4

BIO 334

Medical Physiology

5

BIO 345

Immunology

3

PSY 101

Introductory Psychology

3

PSY/SOC

Medical Ethics**

3

SOC 101

Introductory Sociology

3

Gen Ed

Elective

3

Year 4

Fall

Spring

BIO 490

Senior Seminar

3

Any

Elective

3

Any

Elective

3

Any

Elective

3

Gen Ed

Elective

3

Gen Ed

Elective

3

Gen Ed

Elective

3

Gen Ed

Elective

3

Gen Ed

Elective

3

Gen Ed

Elective

3



  1. Adding BIO 410 and BIO 415 earns a concentration in Cell and Molecular Biology;
  2. Adding CHE 300 earns a minor in Chemistry;
  3. *MAT 215 is the minimum amount of mathematics required of our biology majors. It is appropriate for those pre-medical students who are certain they are not going into science. However, a student who intends to go into science should take (minimally) MAT 230-231;
  4. ** The student should take one of the following: PSY 325 Social Psychology, PSY 330 Health Psychology, SOC 335 Sociology of Health and illness, SOC 451 Social Psychology, or THL 316 Theological Bioethics;
  5. Preparation for the Biochemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology, and Behavioral and Social Sciences exams on the MCAT.

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