Bachelor of Science Degrees

Bachelor of Science in Biology (B.S.)

The Bachelors of Science in Biology is a classic program of course surveying a wide range of disciplines, including molecular and cellular, organismal, and ecological levels of biology. The theoretical knowledge and skills taught in this program will allow students to enter graduate programs or a variety of professional careers.
Two Year Program
The two-year junior-senior BS Biology program will follow the student’s first two years after completing their AS degree in either Biology, General Science, Health Occupation, Environmental Science, Agroecology, or similar science area. Students must have degree requirements that may not have been in their AS degree: BIO 181/182, CHM151/152, CHM 235, PHY110/111; MTH 190 (pre-calculus) and MTH 213 (statistics), or MTH 191 (calculus).
Four Year BS Biology Program
This curriculum for entering freshmen includes all biology, math and science support, and general education requirements. In the summer preceding first year it is recommend a student take MTH 096 and /or 100, tested out of or passed prior to MTH 110.

Freshman Semester I Credits
BIO 181 General Biology I 4
CHM 151 General Chemistry I 5
ENG 101 Freshman English I 3
MTH 110 College Algebra 4
Program Credits 16
Freshman SEMESTER II  
BIO 182 General Biology II 4
CHM 152 General Chemistry II 4
ENG 102 Freshman English II 3
MTH 213 Statistics 4
Program Credits 15
Sophomore SEMESTER III  
BIO 221 Invertebrate Biology I 4
CHM 235 General Organic Chemistry I 4
MTH 190 Pre–Calculus 4
Gen. Educ. Course 3
Program Credits 15
Sophomore SEMESTER IV  
BIO 222 Invertebrate Biology II 4
BIO 223 Vertebrate Zoology 4
Gen. Educ. Course 3
Gen. Educ. Course 3
Program Credits 14
Junior SEMESTER I  
BIO 305 Writing in Biology 1
BIO 326 Ecology 4
CHM 360 Fundamental Biochemistry 3
PHY 110 Algebra-based Physic I 4
Gen. Educ. Course 3
Program Credits 15
Junior SEMESTER Ii  
BIO 334 Cell Biology 3
BIO 372 Revolutionary Thought in Biology 3
PHY 111 Algebra-based Physics II 4
Gen. Educ. Course 3
Elective 3
Program Credits 16
Senior SEMESTER III  
BIO 415 Plant Taxonomy 4
BIO 425 Animal Physiology 4
BIO 435 Evolutionary Biology 3
BIO 498 Senior Seminar 1
Gen. Educ. Course: 3
Program Credits 15
Senior SEMESTER IV  
BIO 426 Plants and Climate 3
BIO 498 Senior Seminar 1
BIO 499 Contemporary Developments in Biology 1-3
Gen. Educ. Course 3
Gen. Educ. Course 3
Elective 3
Program Credits 16
Degree Earned Credits
Lower Division Program Requirements 60
Upper Division Program Requirements 62
Total Credits Earned: 122
Program Classification of Instructional Program (CIP) Code
Code Title
26.0101 Biology/Biological Sciences, General.

Dean of the Faculty

Acting Dean of the Faculty

Dr. Paul Willeto
pwilleto@dinecollege.edu

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