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  Nov 18, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Academic Catalog

Biology, Allied Health Track, B.S.


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Criteria for Admission to Program

Students pursuing a degree in biology are officially admitted to the program upon satisfying the following criteria:

2.0 GPA for all university work completed at time of admission to program.

Grades of C or better in the following core courses:

  • BIOL 101 (General Biology I)
  • BIOL 102 (General Biology II)
  • CHEM 101 (General Chemistry I), or PHYS 101 (General Physics I), or PHYS 203 (Advanced General Physics I)
  • MATH 133 (College Algebra)

Minimum Graduation Requirements (122 credit hours)


C or Better On All Courses Toward The Major.


Science Electives (12 credit hours)


 Choose from the following (a minimum of 4 credit hours must be at the 300-400 level):

Mathematics (6 credits hours)


Additional Requirements (14 credit hours)


  • Free Electives - 14 hours
Course # Credit Hours Term Taken Grade
       
       
       
       
       

 

Plus (6 credit hours)


General Education Requirements (33 credit hours)


Perspectives (0 credit hours)


Critical Thinking (4 credit hours)


College Writing and Advanced College Writing (7 credit hours)


Religion (3 credit hours)


History (6 credit hours)


Social Science (3 credit hours)


Choose from the following:

Fine Arts (3 credit hours)


Choose from the following:

Health (3 credit hours)


Physical Education Activity (1 credit hour)


  • Physical Education Activity Credits: 1 hour

Critical Thinking-Designated Courses (2 courses)


Critical Thinking (CT) courses may overlap with any other requirement:

  • CT-Designated Course (can be met with a course from the major or outside the major)
  • CT-Designated Course (can be met with a course from the major or outside the major)

Writing Intensive-Designated Courses (2 courses)


Writing Intensive (WI) courses may overlap with any other requirement:

  • WI-Designated Course (must be met with a course from the major)
  • WI-Designated Course (can be met with a course from the major or outside the major)

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