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Required Courses for Biomolecular Science emphasis

Chemistry courses
(32 or 33 credits)
Chem 105 & 106: General Chemistry I & II (10 credits)
Chem 234&235: Organic Chemistry I (lab and lecture, 4 credits)
Chem 334&335: Organic Chemistry II (lab and lecture, 4 credits)
Chem 303: Biochemistry and 304:  lab (4 credits)
Chem 315: Advanced Biochemistry (3 credits)
Chem 311 or 320: Analytical Chemistry (4 or 3 credits)
Chem 365: Biophysical Chemistry (3 credits)
Chem 490:  Seminar (1 credit)
Biology & Microbiology
(16-18 credits)
Biol 105: Biological Concepts - Unity (4 credits)
Biol 323: Intro to Cell and Molecular Biology (3 credits)
Biol 343: Genetics (4 credits)
Choose one advanced molecular/cellular biology course with lecture and lab (5 credits)
(319, 345 or 450);
alternatively, choose one advanced molecular/cellular biology lecture course (3 credits)
(Biol 315, 316, 341, 372, or 389)
and one advanced molecular/cellular biology lab technique course (2-4 credits)
(Biol 350, 374, 377, or 390)
note: you can get permission to take Biol 375, 377, 389, and 390 with only Biol 323
(309 and 343 prerequisites waived)

Science Electives
(additional 5 credits)
effective Fall '16:
only 3 credits

choose from Biol 306, 309, 315, 316, 319, 338, 341, 345, 350,
372, 374, 375, 377, 389, 390, 450; Chem 323; Psyc 367, 383;
up to 3 of the 5 credits can be from
Biol 300, 301, 446, 456, 474, Chem 360, 446, 456, 474, 495
Physics and Math
(17 credits)
Math 171: Calculus I (4 credits)
Math 201, 301, or Psych 203: Statistics (3 credits)
Phys 109/110 or Phys 107/108: General Physics (10 credits)

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