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BIOLOGY 201. Principles of Biology: Cellular and Molecular Processes. 3 Credits.

Study of biological principles, focusing on macromolecules and biological chemistry, cellular structure and function, energy metabolism, gene expression, genetics, and cell division. This course is intended for science majors and is taught with the expectation that students have a solid background in biology and chemistry gained through prior classes taken at the high school or college level and/or an ACT Science Score of 24 or greater. For students without this background, it is strongly suggested that HUM BIO 102 or BIOLOGY 203 are taken before BIOLOGY 201, or that BIOLOGY 200 is taken concurrently.
P: CHEM 207 (or conc enrl) AND BIOLOGY 202 (or conc enrl). REC: ACT science score 24 or greater OR completion of AP Bio course OR completion of 4 science courses in HS (including a minimum of 2 Bio courses and 1 Chem course) OR conc enrl in BIOLOGY 200
Fall and Spring.

Human Biology Curriculum Guides

The following are curriculum guides for the four-year Human Biology degree program and is subject to change without notice. Students should consult a Human Biology program advisor to ensure that they have the most accurate and up-to-date information available about a particular four-year degree option.

Human Biology Major

Health Science Exercise Science Applied Public Health Nutritional Sciences/Dietetics General Human Biology Cytotechnology

Nursing courses completed or in progress BIOLOGY 201 & BIOLOGY 202 or equivalent CHEM 108 & CHEM...