This map shows required courses for the degree and recommended terms to take each course (the term sequence is subject to change depending on transfer courses, AP/IB/CLEP credit, and course availability).
Degree Required courses and recommended terms during which they should be taken:
Total for a B.S. in Biology-Health Sciences: 181 Credit Hours
a MATH 361 may be replaced by STAT 243Z
b Minimum of 2 credits of lower-division health biology elective must be completed, chosen from the lower-division list above. Alternately, an additional elective from the upper-division list may be taken, in which case a total of at least 23 credits of upper-division health biology electives are required
c Minimum of 21 credits of upper-division health biology electives must be completed, chosen from the upper-division list above
d PHY 221, PHY 222, PHY 223, may be replaced by PHY 201, PHY 202, PHY 203 with advisor consent
e Advisor approval of all elective choices is required. Additional courses from the health biology lists above, and/or suitable courses from BUS, COM, ENV, MATH, PSY, or SOC are recommended
f SPE 321 may be replaced by COM 205 or COM 218Z
g WRI 327 may be replaced by WRI 345 or WRI 410
When choosing electives or substituting courses, students are responsible for completing a minimum of 60 credits of upper-division work before a degree will be awarded. Upper-division work is defined as 300 and 400 level classes at a bachelor’s degree granting institution.