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1 Major in Biological Science, Biological Science Concentration 1 MAJOR IN BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE, BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE CONCENTRATION The curriculum includes a two-semester introductory biology sequence, cell biology, developmental biology, ecology, evolution, and genetics. Required courses in the physical sciences include a minimum of one year in introductory chemistry and in physics (with labs), and at least one course in organic chemistry (with lab), and one in biochemistry. A calculus course and a statistics course are also required. In addition, students choose a selected field of 12 credits in one of the following: anatomy/physiology, aquatic biology, behavioral biology, cellular/ molecular and genetic biology, ecology, evolution/genetics, and systematics, microbiology, or integrative organismal biology. There is an additional requirement of one course in two other fields, which assures a broad base of study. Requirements Effective Fall 2015 To be qualified for graduation, students in the Biological Science major must have a minimum grade of C- in each of their biological, physical science, and mathematical courses used to meet requirements for the major. This applies to courses taken as substitutions for meeting these requirements. The minimum scholastic average acceptable for graduation is computed only for courses attempted at CSU. Freshman AUCC Credits Select one group from the following: 8 BZ 110 Principles of Animal Biology (GT-SC2) 3A BZ 111 Animal Biology Laboratory (GT-SC1) 3A BZ 120 Principles of Plant Biology (GT-SC1) 3A LIFE 102 Attributes of Living Systems (GT-SC1) 3A LIFE 103 Biology of Organisms-Animals and Plants CHEM 111 General Chemistry I (GT-SC2) 3A 4 CHEM 112 General Chemistry Lab I (GT-SC1) 3A 1 CO 150 College Composition (GT-CO2) 1A 3 Select one from the following: 4 MATH 155 Calculus for Biological Scientists I (GT-MA1) 1B MATH 160 Calculus for Physical Scientists I (GT-MA1) 1B Elective 6 Total Credits 29 Sophomore BZ 220 Introduction to Evolution 3 CHEM 113 General Chemistry II 3 CHEM 114 General Chemistry Lab II 1 Select one group from the following: 3-5 CHEM 245 Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry CHEM 246 Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry Laboratory CHEM 341 Modern Organic Chemistry I STAT 301 or 307 Introduction to Statistical Methods Introduction to Biostatistics Selected Field (see Selected Field lists below) 6 Global and Cultural Awareness 3E 3 Historical Perspectives 3D 3 Social and Behavioral Sciences 3C 3 Total Credits

2 2 Major in Biological Science, Biological Science Concentration Junior Select one group from the following: 4-6 BC 351 Principles of Biochemistry BC 401 Comprehensive Biochemistry I BC 403 Comprehensive Biochemistry II BZ 350 Molecular and General Genetics 4A,4B 4 Students should take the following two courses only if CHEM 341 was selected in the sophomore year: 0-5 CHEM 343 Modern Organic Chemistry II CHEM 344 Modern Organic Chemistry Laboratory Select one group from the following: 5 PH 121 General Physics I (GT-SC1) 3A PH 122 General Physics II (GT-SC1) 3A PH 141 Physics for Scientists and Engineers I (GT-SC1) 3A PH 142 Physics for Scientists and Engineers II (GT-SC1) 3A Selected Field (see Selected Field lists below) 3 Advanced Writing 2 3 Elective 0-4 Total Credits Senior BZ 310 Cell Biology 4 BZ 311 Developmental Biology 4 LIFE 320 Ecology 4C 3 Selected Field (see Selected Field lists below) 3 Additional fields 1 6 Electives Total Credits Program Total Credits: The Biology Department maintains a list of current selected fields. Twelve credits must be taken from one field. Anatomy/Physiology Field Department List Required Course: 3-4 BMS 300 BMS 360 BZ 440 Principles of Human Physiology Fundamentals of Physiology Plant Physiology Selected Courses: 8-9 Select enough credits from the following courses to complete the 12-credit field requirement: ANEQ 310 Animal Reproduction BMS *** All BMS courses numbered 300 and above except BMS 310, BMS 384, and BMS BSPM 525 BZ 331 BZ 401 Insect Physiology Developmental Plant Anatomy Comparative Animal Physiology BZ 403 Comparative Endocrinology BZ 440 Plant Physiology BZ 441 Plant Physiology Laboratory ERHS 450 Introduction to Radiation Biology F 510 Ecophysiology of Trees FW 405 Fish Physiology HES 403 Physiology of Exercise MIP 315 Human and Animal Disease MIP 342 Immunology MIP 343 Immunology Laboratory PSY 454 Biological Psychology PSY 455 Biological Psychology Laboratory VS 331 Histology VS 333 Domestic Animal Anatomy Aquatic Biology Field Department List Select a minimum of 12 credits from the following: 12 BSPM 445 Aquatic Insects

3 Major in Biological Science, Biological Science Concentration 3 BZ 321 BZ 415 BZ 471 BZ 472 BZ 474 FW 400 FW 540 FW 544 Aquatic Vascular Plants Marine Biology Stream Biology and Ecology Stream Biology and Ecology Laboratory Limnology Conservation of Fish in Aquatic Ecosystems Fisheries Ecology Ecotoxicology Behavioral Biology Field Department List Required Courses: BMS 325 Cellular Neurobiology 3 BZ 300 Animal Behavior 3 Selected Courses: Select a minimum of 6 credits from the following: 6 BSPM 507 BSPM 570 BZ 301 BZ 430 BZ 433 BZ 466 BZ 479/ VS 479 BZ 535 NB 501 NB 502/ CM 502 PSY 352 PSY 454 PSY 455 Insect Behavior Chemical Ecology Animal Behavior Laboratory Animal Behavior and Conservation Behavioral Genetics Biological Basis of Animal Behavior Biology and Behavior of Dogs Behavioral Ecology Cellular and Molecular Neurophysiology Techniques in Molecular & Cellular Biology Learning and Memory Biological Psychology Biological Psychology Laboratory Cellular, Molecular and Genetic Biology Field Department List Select a minimum of 12 credits from the following: 12 ANEQ 330 BC 401 BC 403 BC 463 BC 511 BC 513 BC 517 BMS 325 BMS 330 BMS 405 BZ 346 BZ 402 Principles of Animal Breeding Comprehensive Biochemistry I Comprehensive Biochemistry II Molecular Genetics Structural Biology I Enzymology Metabolism Cellular Neurobiology Microscopic Anatomy Nerve and Muscle-Toxins, Trauma and Disease Population and Evolutionary Genetics Molecular Cytogenics BZ 403 BZ 425 BZ 433 BZ 455 BZ 460 BZ 476 BZ 570 BZ 577/ MIP 577 BZ 578/ MIP 578 CM 501 HORT 460/ SOCR 460 HORT 575 MIP 300 MIP 302 MIP 342 MIP 343 MIP 450 MIP 550 NB 501 NB 502/ CM 502 NB 503 VS 331 Comparative Endocrinology Molecular Ecology Behavioral Genetics Human Heredity and Birth Defects Genome Evolution Genetics of Model Organisms Molecular Aspects of Plant Development Computer Analysis in Population Genetics Genetics of Natural Populations Advanced Cell Biology Plant Breeding Plant Germplasm Conservation General Microbiology General Microbiology Laboratory Immunology Immunology Laboratory Microbial Genetics Microbial and Molecular Genetics Laboratory Cellular and Molecular Neurophysiology Techniques in Molecular & Cellular Biology Developmental Neurobiology Histology Ecology Field Department List 2-4 Select one course from the following: BSPM 302 BZ 325 BZ 329 BZ 330 BZ 335 BZ 338 MIP 300 MIP 302 Applied and General Entomology Plant Systematics Herpetology Mammalogy Ornithology Comparative Morphology of Vascular Plants General Microbiology General Microbiology Laboratory 8-10 Select enough credits from the following to fulfill the 12-credit field requirement: ANTH 370 BSPM 570 BZ 348/ MATH 348 BZ 349 Primates Chemical Ecology Theory of Population and Evolutionary Ecology Tropical Ecology and Evolution

4 4 Major in Biological Science, Biological Science Concentration BZ 353/ NR 353 BZ 415 BZ 425 BZ 430 BZ 450 BZ 471 BZ 472 BZ 474 BZ 510 BZ 535 BZ 561 BZ 572 ERHS 332 ERHS 532 ERHS 570 F 311 FW 400 FW 544 RS 331 RS 351 RS 478 Global Change Ecology, Impacts and Mitigation Marine Biology Molecular Ecology Animal Behavior and Conservation Plant Ecology Stream Biology and Ecology Stream Biology and Ecology Laboratory Limnology Zoophysiological Ecology Behavioral Ecology Landscape Ecology Phytoremediation Principles of Epidemiology Epidemiologic Methods Radioecology Forest Ecology Conservation of Fish in Aquatic Ecosystems Ecotoxicology Wildland Plants and Plant Communities Wildland Ecosystems in a Changing World Ecological Restoration Evolution, Genetics and Systematics Field Department List Required Courses 6-7 BSPM 424/ BZ 424 or BZ 325 BZ 346 Selected Courses: Principles of Systematic Zoology Plant Systematics Population and Evolutionary Genetics Select enough credits from the following courses to complete the 12-credit field requirement: ANTH 373 ANTH 374 BC 463 BSPM 302 BSPM 303A BSPM 423 BSPM 462/ BZ 462/ MIP 462 BSPM 507 BSPM 520/ BZ 520 BZ 300 BZ 329 BZ 330 BZ 335 Human Evolution Human Biological Variation Molecular Genetics Applied and General Entomology Entomology Laboratory: General Evolution and Classification of Insects Parasitology and Vector Biology Insect Behavior Advanced Systematics Animal Behavior Herpetology Mammalogy Ornithology 5-6 BZ 338 BZ 348 BZ 349 BZ 402 BZ 425 BZ 433 BZ 455 BZ 460 BZ 530 BZ 535 BZ 577/ MIP 577 BZ 578/ MIP 578 GEOL 342 MIP 300 MIP 302 MIP 450 MIP 550 SOCR 535 Comparative Morphology of Vascular Plants Theory of Population and Evolutionary Ecology Tropical Ecology and Evolution Molecular Cytogenics Molecular Ecology Behavioral Genetics Human Heredity and Birth Defects Genome Evolution Ecological Plant Morphology Behavioral Ecology Computer Analysis in Population Genetics Genetics of Natural Populations Paleontology General Microbiology General Microbiology Laboratory Microbial Genetics Microbial and Molecular Genetics Laboratory Origin and Evolution of Cultivated Plants Integrative Organismal Biology Field Department List Select a minimum of 12 credits total, to include at least one course from each of the following lists: List A: Botany BZ 223 BZ 302 BZ 321 BZ 325 BZ 338 BZ 450 BZ 572 List B: Zoology BSPM 302 BSPM 303A BSPM 424/ BZ 424 BSPM 462/ BZ 462/ MIP 462 BZ 212 BZ 214 BZ 300 BZ 329 BZ 330 Plant Identification Poisonous Plants Aquatic Vascular Plants Plant Systematics Comparative Morphology of Vascular Plants Plant Ecology Phytoremediation Applied and General Entomology Entomology Laboratory: General Principles of Systematic Zoology Parasitology and Vector Biology Animal Biology-Invertebrates Animal Biology-Vertebrates Animal Behavior Herpetology Mammalogy 12

5 Major in Biological Science, Biological Science Concentration 5 BZ 335 BZ 349 BZ 415 BZ 430 BZ 466 BZ 471 BZ 472 BZ 474 BZ 479/ VS 479 FW 400 GEOL 342 Ornithology Tropical Ecology and Evolution Marine Biology Animal Behavior and Conservation Biological Basis of Animal Behavior Stream Biology and Ecology Stream Biology and Ecology Laboratory Limnology Biology and Behavior of Dogs Conservation of Fish in Aquatic Ecosystems Paleontology Microbiology Field Department List Select a minimum of 12 credits from the following: BSPM 361 BSPM 550 BZ 537 Elements of Plant Pathology Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions Topics in Mycology MIP *** All MIP courses numbered 300 and above except MIP 315, MIP 342, MIP 343, MIP 384, MIP SOCR 455 SOCR 456 Soil Microbiology Soil Microbiology Laboratory A minimum of one course must be selected from two additional fields (cannot use courses that were used to fulfill selected field). Courses in additional fields must be at least three credits. Select enough elective credits to bring the program total to a minimum of credits, of which at least 42 must be upperdivision (300- to 400-level). Only one of BMS 300 and BMS 360 may be used to fulfill the 12- credit Anatomy/Physiology Field requirement. Major Completion Map Distinctive Requirements for Degree Program: TO PREPARE FOR FIRST SEMESTER: The curriculum for the Biological Sciences major #Biological Sciences concentration assumes students enter college prepared to take calculus. Entering students who are not prepared to take calculus will need to fulfill pre#calculus requirements in the first semester. LIFE 102 requires high school chemistry as a prerequisite; CHEM 111 requires Algebra II as a prerequisite (this prerequisite is met by having Algebra II by test credit, transfer credit, or placement out of MATH 117 and MATH 118 on Math Placement Exam). Earned grade of C or better is required in each of their biological, physical science, and mathematical courses used to meet requirements for the major. Semester 4 may have to be adjusted if the student chooses 2 semesters of Organic Chemistry. The selected and additional field must be a minimum of 18 credits. Do not attempt BZ 310 and BZ 350 before Junior year. Do not take BZ 310 and BZ 350 together. Freshman Semester 1 Critical Recommended AUCC Credits Select one group from the following: 4 BZ 110 Principles of Animal Biology (GT-SC2) X 3A BZ 111 Animal Biology Laboratory (GT-SC1) X 3A LIFE 102 Attributes of Living Systems (GT-SC1) X 3A CO 150 College Composition (GT-CO2) X 1A 3 Electives 6 MATH 117, MATH 118 may be necessary for some students to fulfill precalculus requirements. Total Credits 16 Semester 2 Critical Recommended AUCC Credits Select one course from the following: 4 BZ 120 Principles of Plant Biology (GT-SC1) X 3A LIFE 103 Biology of Organisms-Animals and Plants X CHEM 111 General Chemistry I (GT-SC2) X 3A 4 CHEM 112 General Chemistry Lab I (GT-SC1) X 3A 1 Select one course from the following: 4 MATH 155 Calculus for Biological Scientists I (GT-MA1) X 1B MATH 160 Calculus for Physical Scientists I (GT-MA1) X 1B CO 150 must be completed by the end of Semester 2. X X

6 6 Major in Biological Science, Biological Science Concentration MATH 124, MATH 125 may be necessary for some students to fulfill precalculus requirements. Sophomore Total Credits 13 Semester 3 Critical Recommended AUCC Credits BZ 220 Introduction to Evolution 3 CHEM 113 General Chemistry II X 3 CHEM 114 General Chemistry Lab II X 1 Historical Perspectives 3D 3 Selected Field (See Department List on Concentration Requirements tab) 3 MATH 155 or MATH 160 must be completed by the end of Semester 3. X Total Credits 16 Semester 4 Critical Recommended AUCC Credits Select one group from the following: 3-5 CHEM 245 Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry X CHEM 246 Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry Laboratory CHEM 341 Modern Organic Chemistry I X Select one course from the following: 3 STAT 301 Introduction to Statistical Methods X STAT 307 Introduction to Biostatistics X Global and Cultural Awareness 3E 3 Social and Behavioral Sciences 3C 3 Selected Field (See List on Concentration Requirements Tab) 3 Junior Total Credits Semester 5 Critical Recommended AUCC Credits Select one course from the following: 3-4 BC 351 Principles of Biochemistry BC 401 Comprehensive Biochemistry I To complete CHEM 341 series option: 0-5 CHEM 343 Modern Organic Chemistry II CHEM 344 Modern Organic Chemistry Laboratory Select one course from the following: 5 PH 121 General Physics I (GT-SC1) X 3A PH 141 Physics for Scientists and Engineers I (GT-SC1) X 3A Selected Field (See List on Concentration Requirements Tab) 3 STAT 301 or STAT 307 must be completed by the end of Semester 5. X Total Credits Semester 6 Critical Recommended AUCC Credits To complete BC 401 series option: 0-3 BC 403 Comprehensive Biochemistry II BZ 350 Molecular and General Genetics X 4A,4B 4 Select one course from the following: 5 PH 122 General Physics II (GT-SC1) X 3A PH 142 Physics for Scientists and Engineers II (GT-SC1) X 3A Advanced Writing 2 3 Electives 0-4 Total Credits X

7 Major in Biological Science, Biological Science Concentration 7 Senior Semester 7 Critical Recommended AUCC Credits BZ 310 Cell Biology X 4 Selected Field (See List on Concentration Requirements Tab) 3 Additional Field (See List on Concentration Requirements Tab) 3 Electives 5 PH 121 or PH 141 must be completed by the end of Semester 7. X Total Credits 15 Semester 8 Critical Recommended AUCC Credits BZ 311 Developmental Biology X 4 LIFE 320 Ecology X 4C 3 Additional Field (See List on Concentration Requirements Tab) X 3 Electives X 0-9 The benchmark courses for the 8th semester are the remaining courses in the entire program of study. Total Credits Program Total Credits: X

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