Cell & Molecular Biology Concentration, Biological Sciences (BS)

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Course Requirements

Course Title Quarter Hours
BIO 210MICROBIOLOGY4
BIO 250CELL BIOLOGY4
BIO 360MOLECULAR BIOLOGY4
Select one Advanced Topics Course4
TOPICS IN ECOLOGY
TOPICS IN BEHAVIORAL PARASITOLOGY
CONCEPTS IN EVOLUTION
TOPICS IN NEUROBIOLOGY
TOPICS IN PALEOBIOLOGY
TOPICS IN MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
TOPICS IN MEDICAL BACTERIOLOGY
TOPICS IN MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
SPECIAL TOPICS (as appropriate)
Select two courses from the following list, one of which must be a lab course:8
PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
TOPICS IN ECOLOGY
MOLECULAR METHODS IN ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION
DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
CONCEPTS IN EVOLUTION
CELLULAR NEUROBIOLOGY
TOPICS IN NEUROBIOLOGY
TOPICS IN PALEOBIOLOGY
TOPICS IN MEDICAL BACTERIOLOGY
THE BIOLOGY OF INFECTION
GENETIC TOXICOLOGY
TOPICS IN MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
BIOINFORMATICS FOR BENCH SCIENTISTS
PRINCIPLES OF TOXICOLOGY
IMMUNOBIOLOGY
INTRODUCTION TO PHARMACOLOGY
CANCER BIOLOGY
TOPICS IN CANCER
MAMMALIAN REPRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION TO ENDOCRINOLOGY
BIOCHEMISTRY I
and EXPERIMENTAL BIOCHEMISTRY I
SPECIAL TOPICS 1
Select two additional majors-level Biology courses, one must be a lab course8

At least two of the four biology electives must have a lab. Biology courses other than the General Biology sequence that have any Scientific Inquiry domain designation do not generate credit toward the major or minor. 

Open Electives

Open elective credit also is required to meet the minimum graduation requirement of 192 hours.