This multidisciplinary B.Sc. major includes a double concentration in biotechnology and chemistry with calculus mathematics/statistics and physics as ancillaries. The program provides a solid science background and is intended for students interested in a scientific career in biotechnology. For students interested in graduate school, completion of a major in either biotechnology or chemistry is recommended.
1. Admission into the Multidisciplinary Biotechnology Chemistry program requires a minimum overall GPA of 2.0 over the first semester of study in a science program (e.g., BIOL 113, CHEM 111, MATH 123 or 105, ENGL 103, UNIV 101) with a minimum GPA of 2.5 in all science courses. Graduation requires a minimum of C for all courses and an overall GPA of 2.5 for all science courses.
2. A total of 122 sem. hrs. plus 2 co-op placements must be completed.
|Biology and Biotechnology||33|
|ENGL 103, 104||6|
|Human Kinetics (incl. HKIN 190)||4|
|Math 123/124 (or 102)||6|
|NATS 487, 490||3|
|PHYS 111, 112||6|
|Religious Studies (101, 102; Bible Content; Christianity & Inter-Cultural Studies||12|
|Society & Culture||3|
The following Biology, Biotechnology, and Chemistry courses are required:
Principles of Biology (BIOL 113, 114) or General Biology (BIOL 103, 104 and 105)
Cell Biology (BIOL 223)
Microbiology (BIOL 333 or 334)
Immunology (BIOL 336)
Genetics (BIOL 371 or 372)
Biochemistry (BIOL 384 or 386)
Advanced Cell Biology Laboratory (BIOL 423)
Note: Students must obtain a minimum grade of C in BIOL 113, 114 (or BIOL 103, 104, and 105) in order to progress to BIOL 223.