Biochemistry (B.S.)

Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Students will demonstrate knowledge of discipline- specific content related to macro- principles describing the 3 domains of biology and the molecular nature of life.
  2. Students will use critical thinking by demonstrating the ability to recognize the components of a problem, formulate a strategy to solve the problem, apply comprehensive scientific knowledge to execute a solution and then evaluate the effectiveness of the solution.
  3. Students will demonstrate communication skills reflective of professional standards consistent biology-related associations (i.e. FASEB).
  4. Students will demonstrate discipline- specific core laboratory and calculation- based skills related to the characterization and classification of life forms, their components and habitats and in the molecular analysis of living species.
  5. Students will demonstrate readiness for post-baccalaureate entry into a workforce or acceptance into graduate or professional programs in Biology and/or health professions.
  6. Students will demonstrate global perspective in their understanding of how biological factors affect economics, health, technology and the environment.



BIO 101FD: T1:Principles of Biology I3
BIO 101LPrinciples of Biology I: Lab1
BIO 102Principles of Biology II3
BIO 102LPrinciples of Biology II: Lab1
BIO 306Cell Biology3
BIO 390Biology Internship1-3
BIO 402DV: Genetics3
BIO 402LGenetics: Lab1
BIO 414Cellular Molecular Tech3
BIO 307Essential Biochemistry3
CHEM 403Clinical Biochemistry3
CHEM 498Chemistry Career Seminar0.5
CHEM 499Chemistry Career Seminar.5
CHEM 101FD:T1:Princ of Chemistry I3
CHEM 101LPrinciples of Chemistry I: Lab1
CHEM 102Principles of Chemistry II3
CHEM 102LPrinciples of Chemistry II:Lab1
CHEM 201Organic Chemistry I3
CHEM 201LOrganic Chemistry I: Lab1
CHEM 202Organic Chemistry II3
CHEM 202LOrganic Chemistry II: Lab1
CHEM 303Modern Analytical Chem3
CHEM 303LModern Analytical Chem Lab1
CHEM 310Found of Physical Chem4
PHYS 101Principles of Physics I3
or PHYS 201 Physics with Calculus I
PHYS 101LPrinciples of Physics I: Lab1
PHYS 102Principles of Physics II3
or PHYS 202 Physics with Calculus II
PHYS 102LPrinciples of Physics II: Lab1
MATH 221Statistics3
MATH 210ACalculus I3
MATH 211Calculus II3
Total Hours67-69

Math and Science requirements in major also fulfill core requirements; MATH 155 and MATH 156 are prerequisites for MATH 207.

Students must pass each course with a "C-" grade or higher for the major.