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Biology Overview (28)

The Department of Biology offers undergraduate programs for students interested in careers in teaching; research; graduate study; medical, dental and nursing schools; scientific illustration; technical writing; industrial technology; pharmaceutical work; the Peace Corps; natural resources; public health; and food and drug technology.
Biology Overview

Biology Courses (23), Biology Careers (1)

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Biology Overview

As a student in the biology program, you will take courses in organismal and molecular biology, chemistry, mathematics, and physics. You will be prepared professionally and academically, and your course work will be practical, comprehensive, and specialized.

BACHELOR OF ARTS, CHEMISTRY MAJOR (B.A.)

The requirements for a Bachelor of Arts degree with chemistry major are a minimum of 34 credit hours in chemistry and completion of the following components:

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE, BIOLOGY MAJOR (B.S.)

The requirements for a Bachelor of Science degree with biology major include completion of the following components:

Bachelor of Science, Mathematics Major (B.S.)

The Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in mathematics requires completion of the following components‚ including a minimum of 34 credit hours in mathematics.

Bachelor of Arts, Mathematics Major for Elementary Teaching (B.A.)

The Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in mathematics for elementary teaching requires completion of the following components‚ including a minimum of 31 credit hours in mathematics.

Bachelor of Arts, Mathematics Major (B.A.)

The Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in mathematics requires completion of the following components‚ including a minimum of 34 credit hours in mathematics.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE, HEALTH SCIENCE GROUP MAJOR (B.S.)

The Bachelor of Science with a Health Science group major requires 51 credit hours in required coursework, 11 credits in relate discipline requirements, and completion of the following components

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE, FORENSIC MAJOR (B.S.)

Forensic science is an interdisciplinary major and does not require an additional minor to be completed. The requirements for a Bachelor of Science degree with forensic major are a minimum of 56 credit hours in forensic science and related courses and completion of the following components:

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE, INTEGRATED SCIENCE GROUP MAJOR (B.S.)

The Bachelor of Science with an integrated science group major requires 44-45 credit hours and completion of the following components:

Biotechnologists

Biotechnologists

A biologist has a promising future as a biotechnologist. Biotechnology is expected to grow as the industry evolves to meet the needs of the world. A bio-technologist uses living organisms, usually a cellular derivative of an animal or plant, for scientific research. They develop products to protect the environment, fight illnesses and disease, and develop cleaner and more efficient manufacturing processes.

BACHELOR OF ARTS, HEALTH SCIENCE GROUP MAJOR (B.A.)

Community Wellness and Public Health Concentration

The Bachelor of Arts with a Health Science group major with a concentration in Community Wellness and Public Health requires 53 credit hours in required coursework, 10 credits in related discipline requirements, and completion of the following components

BACHELOR OF ARTS, HEALTH SCIENCE GROUP MAJOR (B.A.)

Health Care Management Concentration

The Bachelor of Arts with a Health Science group major with a concentration in Health Care Management requires 53 credit hours in required coursework and 7 credits in related discipline requirements, and completion of the following components

Biology I: From Molecules to Cells BIO 150

Biology 150 is a course which, together with Biology 151, is designed to give the student a broad experi¬ence in the biological sciences. This course provides an introduction to the cellular and molecular aspects of biology, with an emphasis on biochemistry, cell structure and function, and genetics. Science majors, including many health professionals, are the intended audience. Laboratory included.

  • Prerequisites: Co-requisites: MTH 100, ENG 108; Term Fall, Winter Fee: yes. General Education option for science majors only
  • Categories: Biology Courses

Biology I: From Molecules to Cells BIO 150

Biology 150 is a course which, together with Biology 151, is designed to give the student a broad experi¬ence in the biological sciences. This course provides an introduction to the cellular and molecular aspects of biology, with an emphasis on biochemistry, cell structure and function, and genetics. Science majors, including many health professionals, are the intended audience. Laboratory included.

  • Prerequisites: Co-requisites: MTH 100, ENG 108; Term Fall, Winter Fee: yes. General Education option for science majors only
  • Categories: Health Science Courses

Biology II: Unity and Diversity of Life BIO 151

This course is designed to give the student a broad experience in the biological sciences. In this course we deal mainly with the organismal and supra-organismal levels of biological organization. Evolution will be the unifying theme. The diversity, form, function, and ecology of organisms will be covered, with particular emphasis on plants and animals. Science majors, including many health professionals, are the intended audience. Laboratory included.

  • Prerequisites: BIO 150, MTH 100, ENG 108; Term Winter, Fee: yes
  • Categories: Biology Courses

Biochemistry BIO 360

Biochemistry 360 is an advanced-level course for students majoring in chemistry or biology. This course provides an overview of fundamental concepts in biochemistry which focuses upon the major macromolecules and chemical properties of living systems. Topics include the structure, function and metabolism of amino acids, proteins, carbohydrates, and lipids; the physical properties of water, pH, and buffers; enzyme kinetics and regulation. The principles of bioenergetics and the integration of metabolic control will be developed. Laboratory included.

  • Prerequisites: BIO 150, CHM 140, CHM 325, Term: Winter (even); Fee: yes. Cross-listed with BIO 360
  • Categories: Biology Courses

Biochemistry CHM 360

Biochemistry 360 is an advanced-level course for students majoring in chemistry or biology. This course provides an overview of fundamental concepts in biochemistry which focuses upon the major macromolecules and chemical properties of living systems. Topics include the structure, function and metabolism of amino acids, proteins, carbohydrates, and lipids; the physical properties of water, pH, and buffers; enzyme kinetics and regulation. The principles of bioenergetics and the integration of metabolic control will be developed. Laboratory included./p>

  • Prerequisites: BIO 150, CHM 140, CHM 325, Term: Winter (even); Fee: yes. Cross-listed with BIO 360
  • Categories: Chemistry Courses

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