Biology B.S.

Paradigm for a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Biology

Servicing those students interested in pre-health science areas such as allopathic/osteopathic medicine, dentistry, podiatry, optometry, chiropractic, PT/OT, veterinary medicine, and Physician Assistant programs. This would also include all persons interested in pursuing a career in scientific research.

First year –

FALL:
BIOL 11000 General Biology I
BIOL 11100 General Biology I Lab 
CHEM 11000 General Chemistry I
CHEM 11100 General Chemistry I Lab
MATH 20000 Calculus I

SPRING:
BIOL 11500 General Biology II
BIOL 11600 General Biology II Lab
CHEM 11500 General Chemistry II
CHEM 11600 General Chemistry II Lab


Second year –

FALL:    
CHEM 22000 Organic Chemistry I
CHEM 22100 Organic Chemistry I Lab
BIOL 22000 Genetics
BIOL 22100 Genetics Lab

SPRING:    
CHEM 22500 Organic Chemistry II
CHEM 22600 Organic Chemistry II Lab
BIOL 22400 Microbiology
BIOL 22600 Microbiology lab


Third year –

FALL:    
BIOL 35500 Biochemistry or ELECTIVE
PHYS 20000 Physics I
PHYS 20100 Physics Lab

SPRING:    
BIOL 35500 Biochemistry or ELECTIVE
PHYS 20500 Physics II
PHYS 20600 Physics II Lab


Fourth year –

FALL:    
BIOL 32000 Biostatistics or ELECTIVE
BIOL 38X Journal Club

SPRING:    
BIOL 32000 Biostatistics or ELECTIVE
BIOL 49600 Senior Thesis


Total credit hours must equal 128 to earn the Bachelor’s degree from Lewis University.