NOTE In order ot be certified to teach biological sciences in the State of

Note in order ot be certified to teach biological

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NOTE: In order ot be certified to teach biological sciences in the State of Illinois, candidates must also take 8 hours of chemistry and/or physics. Biochemistry/ Molecular Biology Program Degrees Offered: B.S. This Biochemistry/Molecular Biology Program (BMB) is cross-listed by the Departments of Chemistry and Biologi- cal Sciences. HONORS IN BIOCHEMISTRY/MOLECULAR BIOLOGY Students can receive BMB Honors with additional course work. Additional requirements include: (1) partici- pation in the University Honors Program, (2) a cumulative grade point of 3.30, as well as a 3.50 average in Biochem- istry/Molecular Biology, and (3) the courses: MAT 147, PHY 110 and 111, BSC/CHE 299**, 8 hours of foreign lan- guage and one of the following: a computer programming course, CHE/PHY 318, or CHE 380.37. **Students intending to pursue Departmental Honors in BMB should contact the BMB Program Coordinator prior to enrolling in CHE 230. To receive BMB Honors, two semester hours credit in BSC/CHE 299 must be completed and result in a research paper written in a style acceptable for thesis research. The research paper must be defended in a program seminar. MAJOR IN BIOCHEMISTRY/MOLECULAR BIOLOGY PROGRAM 34 hours required in Chemistry, 19 hours in Biological Sciences and 1 hour in Biochemistry/Molecular Biology Seminar. Required courses: CHE 140, 141, 215, 230, 231, 232, 233, 315, 342, 343, 344, 360, 361; BSC 196, 197, 203, 219, 220, 350; BSC/CHE 310. 1 year of calculus (MAT 145 and MAT 146) and 1 year of physics (PHY 108 and 109 or PHY110 and 111) must be completed prior to enrolling in CHE 360 or CHE 361. The following courses are in the General Education program: BSC 196, 197; CHE 140; MAT 145; PHY 108, 110. The following general electives are highly recom- mended: 1 year of a foreign language, a course in com- puter programming, and a course in technical writing (ENG 249 Technical Writing). Optional electives, in consultation with the BMB Advi- sor, may be selected from the following: BSC 253, 260, 283, 305, 321, 326, 329, 353, 354, 361, 367, 368, 380; 389.28; CHE 290, 350, 351, 362, 363, and certain CHE 380-level courses with approval of the BMB advisor. American Chemical Society Certification can be obtained by completing the Chemistry major require- ments. Additional requirements include CHE 350, 351, 362, 363. Molecular Biology Emphasis: recommended courses include BSC 260, 353, and 354. Biochemistry/Molecular Biology Course 310 BIOCHEMISTRY/MOLECULAR BIOLOGY SEMINAR 1 F,S BSC 197, BSC 203 or 219; CHE 215, CHE 342 req. Also offered as CHE 310. Introduction to scientific literature searching and techniques of oral and written scientific communication, focusing on current topics in biochemistry/molecular biology. 162 C A S Biological Sciences
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Biological Sciences Courses 101 FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS IN BIOLOGY IC-NS 3 F,S, Summer Not for cr maj/min. May not be taken under the CT/NC option. Lecture, recitation, and lab. Materials charge optional. Learning and applying biological concepts in the areas of health, medicine, environment, and ethics.
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