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In addition to the requirements of the academic major, students must comply with the General Academic Regulations for Graduation and Undergraduate Academic Policies . As part of these policies, students must complete the General College Curriculum , which is based on the degree.
A candidate for the Bachelor’s degree with a major in biochemistry must satisfactorily complete the following courses in biology and chemistry:
Select from the following list:
Selected from the following list:
Research (BIOL 441 , CHEM 445 , and CHEM 446 ) cannot be taken for more than 4 of the 9 credits of biochemistry electives.
Either BIOL 205 or CHEM 220 can be counted as an elective, but not both
One year of calculus-based physics
Are required of a biochemistry major. Candidates who are considering graduate studies are recommended to take an additional year of calculus and an additional 300 or 400 level BIOL or CHEM course as electives.