Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies with a Faculty-Initiated Concentration in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Degree Requirements:

Courses Credits
 A BIO 120 & 121, A BIO 201 & 202Z   8 credits
 A BIO 212Y    4 credits
 A BIO 425, 426  5 credits
 A BIO 365, 366, 367  8 credits
 A CHM 120 or 130, 121 or 131, 124, 125  8 credits
 A CHM 220, 221, 222, 223  8 credits
 A CHM 444 or 350, 445 or 351  6 credits
 A PHY 140 or 141, 150 or 151  6 credits
 A MAT 111 or 112 or 118, 113 or 119  8 credits
 Additional laboratory and elective credits  4 credits
 Total  65 credits

The Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Concentration (BCAMB) is an Interdisciplinary Studies Major (Biology and Chemistry) designed for students interested in these rapidly developing fields of science.

Students with training in these fields can pursue careers as researchers in academic or industrial settings or they can pursue further study in graduate or professional schools.

Students must complete 40 graduation credits before application to the program, generally in the spring of the sophomore year.

NOTE: Students must obtain the approval of the Program Director before officially declaring this Interdisciplinary Studies major.