Biology Four Year Plan
Starting in EVEN Years (2010-2011)

This four year plan is a sample and only for planning purposes; this is not an official document. It is recommended that you meet with an Academic Advisor each semester.

Year One: Fall (17 units)

Year One: Spring (17 units)

Principles of Biology I (BIOL 111/L)
General Chemistry I (CHEM 120/L)
Pre-Calculus (MATH 170) if necessary
New Testament Survey (NT 101C) or Foundations/Christian (THEO 101C)
Cornerstone (CORE 101C)
Lifetime Fitness (KINE 145C)
Principles of Biology II (BIOL 112/L)
General Chemistry II (CHEM 121/L)
Calculus I (MATH 180)
Persuasive Writing (ENG 120C)
Lifetime Fit Activity (KINE 146C)

Year Two: Fall (18 units)

Year Two: Spring (17 units)

Cell Biology (BIOL 220 and 220L)
Organic Chemistry I (CHEM 304 and 304L)
Calculus II (MATH 181)
Old Testament Survey (OT 201C)
Scientific Statistics (MATH 165C)
Microbiology (BIOL 309 and BIOL 309L)
Organic Chemistry II (CHEM 305 and 305L)
Technical Writing (MATH 210)
World Civilizations II (HIST 204C)
Speech (COMM 201C)

Year Three: Fall (18 units)

Year Three: Spring (18 units)

Biochemistry (CHEM 430)
Experimental Techniques in Biochemistry (CHEM 430L)
Biology elective
Physics: Mechanics and Heat (PSCI 223 and 223L)
Biology Electives
Social Science Requirement (ANTH 102C, PSYC 103C or SOCI 100C)
Genetics (BIOL 311 and 311L)
Physiology of Vertebrates (BIOL 305 and 305L)
Physics: Elec/Mag/Sound/Light (PSCI 225 and 225L)
Advanced Biochemistry (CHEM 435)
Intro to the Arts (FINA 215C) or Other Fine Arts Requirement

Year Four: Fall (15 units)

Year Four: Spring (16 units)

Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy (BIOL 302 and 302L)
Molecular Biology (BIOL 440 and BIOL 440L)
Literary Perspectives (ENGL 300C) or Other Literature Requirement
Developing a Christian Worldview (THEO 300C)
Undergraduate Biological Research (BIOL 485)
Biology electives
Capstone Seminar in Biology (BIOL 499C)
Christian Heritage (CHIS 400C)
Diversity/Multicultural Social Science Requirement
(ANTH 102C, PSYC 103C or SOCI 100C) US History (HIST 156C) or US Government (POLS 235C)

Biology Four Year Plan
Starting in ODD Years (2011-2012)

This four year plan is a sample and only for planning purposes; this is not an official document. It is recommended that you meet with an Academic Advisor each semester.

Year One: Fall (17 units)

Year One: Spring (17 units)

Principles of Biology I (BIOL 111/L)
General Chemistry I (CHEM 120/L)
Pre-Calculus (MATH 170) if necessary
New Testament Survey (NT 101C) or Foundations/Christian (THEO 101C)
Cornerstone (CORE 101C)
Lifetime Fitness (KINE 145C)
Principles of Biology II (BIOL 112/L)
General Chemistry II (CHEM 121/L)
Calculus I (MATH 180)
Persuasive Writing (ENG 120C)
Lifetime Fit Activity (KINE 146C)

Year Two: Fall (18 units)

Year Two: Spring (18 units)

Cell Biology (BIOL 220 and 220L)
Organic Chemistry I (CHEM 304)
Organic Chemistry Techniques I (CHEM 304L)
Calculus II (MATH 181)
Old Testament Survey (OT 201C)
Scientific Statistics (MATH 165C)
Genetics (BIOL 311 and 311L)
Physiology of Vertebrates (BIOL 305 and 305L)
Organic Chemistry II (CHEM 305)
Organic Chemistry Techniques II (CHEM 305L)
Speech (COMM 201C)

Year Three: Fall (18 units)

Year Three: Spring (15 units)

Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy (BIOL 302 and 302L)
Molecular Biology (BIOL 440 and 440L)
Mechanics and Heat (PSCI 223 and 223L)
Biology Electives
Technical Writing (ENGL 210)
Microbiology (BIOL 309 and 309L)
Biology elective
Electricity, Magnetism, Sound & Light (PSCI 225 and 225L)
Social Science Requirement (ANTH 102C, PSYC 103C or SOCI 100C)

Year Four: Fall (18 units)

Year Four: Spring (15 units)

Biochemistry (CHEM 430)
Experimental Techniques in Biochemistry (CHEM 430L)
Undergraduate Biological Research (BIOL 485)
Literary Perspectives (ENGL 300C) or Other Literature Requirement
Developing a Christian Worldview (THEO 300C)
Diversity/Multicultural Social Science Requirement
(ANTH 102C, PSYC 103C or SOCI 100C) Intro to the Arts (FINA 215C) or Other Fine Arts Requirement
Advanced Biochemistry (CHEM 435)
Biology elective
Capstone Seminar in Biology (BIOL 499C)
Christian Heritage (CHIS 400C)
US History (HIST 156C) or US Government (POLS 235C)