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BACHELOR OF Science IN Biology

Environmental Biology Track

First Year | Second Year | Third Year | Fourth Year

 

Recommended Degree Pathway

The recommended degree path outlines a sample course plan towards graduating in four years. The path suggests taking courses in specific semesters, but there may be semesters when a course is not offered. Consult your advisor for your official degree planning. This degree path is based on the 2009-2010 university catalog.

Please be advised that in order to graduate in four years individuals must successfully complete a minimum of 15 to 18 credit hours per semester.

 

First Year

Fall Semester

Course#
Course Title
Comments
FRS 1000 Freshman Seminar (1)  
ENG 1050 Composition I GE required course
MAT 1070; or College Algebra; or GE and major requirement;
A very good understanding of high school algebra is required.
MAT 1090 Precalculus (4)  
BIO 1000 Principles of Biology GE and major requirement
CHM 1300 General Chemistry I GE and major requirement; Prerequisite: MAT 1070 or equivalent
  General Education: Fine Arts  

 

Spring Semester

Course#
Course Title
Comments
ENG 1060 Composition II GE required course; Prerequisite: "C" or better in ENG 1050
BIOL 1000

Laboratory Investigations and Experiences in General Biology (1)

Major requirement; Prerequisite:
Enrollment in or credit for Biology 1000
CHM 1100

General Chemistry Laboratory I (1)

Major requirement; Prerequisite: Enrollment in or completion of CHM 1300
BIO 1010; or

General Botany (4); or

Major requirement; Prerequisite: BIO 1000
BIO 1020 General Zoology (4) Major requirement; Prerequisite: BIO 1000
MAT 2100 Introduction to Statistics GE and major requirement; Prerequisite: MAT 1070 or equivalent
  General Education: History  
  General Education PED (1)  


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Second Year

Fall Semester

Course#
Course Title
Comments
BIO 1010; or

General Botany (4); or

Major requirement; Prerequisite: BIO 1000
BIO 1020 General Zoology (4) Major requirement; Prerequisite: BIO 1000
CHM 1310 General Chemistry II Major requirement; Prerequisite: CHM 1300
CHM 1110 General Chemistry Laboratory II (1) Major requirement; Prerequisite: CHM 1100 and enrollment in or completion of CHM 1310
  General Education: Literature  
  General Education PED (1)  
  University-wide Elective  

 

Spring Semester

Course#
Course Title
Comments
  General Education: Philosophy or Religion  
  General Education: Social Science  
MAT 2150; or Calculus with Applications (4); or Major requirement; Prerequisite: MAT 1070 or MAT 1090
or equivalent
MAT 2210 Calculus I (4) Major requirement; Prerequisite: MAT 1070 and MAT 1080, or MAT 1090, or equivalent
BIO 3040 Principles of Ecology (4) Major requirement; Prerequisite: BIO 1000
  University-wide Elective  


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Third Year

Fall Semester

Course#
Course Title
Comments
BIO 3180 Principles of Genetics (4) Major requirement; Prerequisite: BIO 1000 and MAT 1070
  General Education: Social Science  
  Environmental Biology Track Elective (3-4)  
  University-wide Elective  

 

Spring Semester

Course#
Course Title
Comments
  Environmental Biology Track Elective (3-4)
 
  General Education Elective  
  General Education: Social Science  
  University-wide Elective  
  University-wide Elective  


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Fourth Year

Fall Semester

Course#
Course Title
Comments
BIO 3710 Cell Biology (4) Major requirement; Prerequisite: BIO 1000, CHM 1300, 1310; CHM 2500 and 2510 recommended
  Environmental Biology Track Elective (3-4)  
  University-wide Elective  
  University-wide Elective  

 

Spring Semester

Course#
Course Title
Comments
  University-wide Elective  
  University-wide Elective  
  University-wide Elective  
  University-wide Elective  
  University-wide Elective  


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Updated: Wednesday, June 23, 2010

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    Office: Oxendine Science Building, 2101
    Phone: 910.521.6610
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