Microbiology (B.S.Microbiol.)

To graduate in this program, students must earn a minimum grade of "C" in BIOL 114 and BIOL 115. Required course work includes the university requirements (see regulation J-3) and:

BIOL 114Organisms and Environments4
BIOL 115Cells & the Evolution of Life3
BIOL 115LCells and the Evolution of Life Laboratory1
BIOL 250General Microbiology3
BIOL 255General Microbiology Lab2
BIOL 310Genetics3
BIOL 315Genetics Lab1
BIOL 312Molecular and Cellular Biology3
BIOL 313Molecular and Cellular Laboratory1
BIOL 380Biochemistry I4
BIOL 400Seminar1-16
BIOL 401Undergraduate Research1-4
or PLSC 440 Advanced Laboratory Techniques
CHEM 111Principles of Chemistry I3
CHEM 111LPrinciples of Chemistry I Laboratory1
CHEM 112Principles of Chemistry II4
CHEM 112LPrinciples of Chemistry II Laboratory1
CHEM 277Organic Chemistry I3
CHEM 278Organic Chemistry I: Lab1
CHEM 372Organic Chemistry II3
MATH 170Analytic Geometry and Calculus I4
Select one of the following Senior Experience courses:2
Undergraduate Research
Practicum in Anatomy Laboratory Teaching
Practicum in Biology Laboratory Teaching
Practicum in Human Physiology Laboratory Teaching
Senior Capstone
Select one of the following:3
Persuasive Writing
Personal & Exploratory Writing
Technical Writing
Select one of the following:4
General Physics I
and General Physics I Lab
Engineering Physics I
and Laboratory Physics I
Select one of the following:4
General Physics II
and General Physics II Lab
Engineering Physics II
and Laboratory Physics II
Select 15 credits of Approved Electives from the following: 115
Immunology
Pathogenic Microbiology
Virology
Genomics
Protein Structure and Function
Prokaryotic Molecular Biology
Eukaryotic Molecular Genetics
Food Microbiology
Food Microbiology Laboratory
Mathematical Biology
Cell Biology
Genetic Engineering
Statistical Methods
Probability and Statistics
Microbial Ecology
Total Hours75-93

 Courses to total 120 credits for this degree

Note: for double majors in Molecular Biology and Microbiology: Elective courses that count toward one degree cannot be counted as a science elective in the second degree.