Students who complete the Biochemistry and Moleculary Biology program will receive a Bachelor of Science degree with two majors; one in biology and one in chemistry.
BIOL 325 Medical Genetics, BIOL 326 Neuroscience, BIOL 342 Bioinformatics, BIOL 343 Microbiology, BIOL 345 Immunology, BIOL 348 Developmental Biology, BIOL 348 Developmental Biology, CHEM 420 Advanced Biochemistry, BIOL 260 Topics in Biology or BIOL 360 Advanced Topics in Biology, with permission of a program advisor. A course emphasizing topics in genetics (e.g. BIOL 325 Medical Genetics or BIOL 342 Bioinformatics) is strongly recommended.
One of the following groups:
*Research topics must be approved by the departments of Biology and Chemistry.
The Biology Department requires each major to submit a contract to the department listing the courses that will be used to complete the degree. Degree contracts must be approved by the end of the second semester of the junior year, or, in the case of upper-division transfer students, the end of the first semester of residence.
Related Field Requirements
MATH 121-122 or MATH 118, 119, 122
PHYS 220 and 221 (or PHYS 231 and 232)