Biological Science - AAS Degree

TYPICAL FOUR-SEMESTER PROGRAM

First

BIOL

1104

General Biology I

4

CHEM

1114

General Chemistry OR

 

CHEM

1984

Chemistry Principles I *

4

COMP

1503

Freshman Composition

3

BIOL

1101

Topics in General Biology

1

MATH

xxxx

Math Elective (MATH 1033 or greater)

3-4

 

 

15-16

Second

BIOL

2204

General Biology II

4

LITR

2603

Introduction to Literature

3

CHEM

2124

General Chemistry II OR

 

CHEM

2984

Chemistry Principles II *

4

 

xxxx

Technical Elective

2-4

 

xxx3

Social Science Elective

3

 

 

 

16-18

Third

BIOL

5254

Principles of Microbiology

4

CHEM

3514

Organic Chemistry I

4

 

xxxx

Technical Elective

2-4

MATH

xxxx

Math Elective

3-4

HIST

xxx3

History Elective

3

 

 

 

16-19

Fourth

BIOL

6534

Genetics

4

CHEM

4524

Organic Chemistry II

4

BIOL

2111

Biology Seminar

1

 

 

Technical Elective(s)

2-4

 

 

Open Elective

3-4

 

 

 

14-17

Technical Electives:

AGPS

1103

Soils

AGRI

2012

Organic & Sustainable Agriculture Tech.

BIOL

1223

Intro. to Forestry

BIOL

1304

Botany

BIOL

1404

Anatomy & Physiology I

BIOL

2504

Anatomy & Physiology II

BIOL

2633

Histotechniques

BIOL

2803

Environmental Science

BIOL

2801

Environmental Science Lab

BIOL

4403

Pathophysiology (online)

BIOL

5223

Ecology

CHEM

5414

Analytical Principles

CHEM

6614

Instrumental Analysis

CISY

1003

Intro. to Microcomputer Appl.

 

or

 

CISY

3023

Adv. Computer Spreadsheets

COMP

5703

Technical Writing II

AGPS

5003

Integrated Pest Management

PHYS

1044

College Physics I

PHYS

2044

College Physics II

SPCH

1083

Effective Speaking

MATH

1084

Calculus I (if not used as a technical elective)

MEDR

1132

Essentials of Pharmacology (online)

Other under advisement

MATH courses must be at the level of MATH 1033 college algebra or above.

Also required: One unit of physical education.

*preferred for transfer

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

A minimum of 63 credit hours is required for graduation, with an overall cumulative index of 2.0. A grade of "C" or better is required in the core science courses (those which have BIOL or CHEM prefixes).