Curriculum & Courses

Bachelor of Science – Cellular and Molecular Biology

Required courses:

  • BCEM 2201 - General Biochemistry
  • BCEM 3202 - Enzymes and Metabolic Systems
  • BIOL 1202 - An Introduction to Cell Biology
  • BIOL 1204 - The Evolution of Eukaryotes
  • BIOL 2101 - Genetics
  • BIOL 2105 - Microbiology I
  • BIOL 2202 - Cellular and Molecular Biology
  • BIOL 3101 - Molecular Genetics
  • BIOL 3102 - Cell Dynamics and Signalling
  • BIOL 3105 - Microbiology II
  • BIOL 3203 - Genomes
  • BIOL 4101 - Advanced Cellular and Molecular Biology I
  • BIOL 4202 - Advanced Cellular and Molecular Biology II
  • BIOL 4203 - Current Topics in Cellular and Molecular Biology
  • CHEM 1201 - General Chemistry - Structure and Bonding
  • CHEM 1202 - General Chemistry - Introduction to Quantitative Chemistry
  • CHEM 2101 - Organic Chemistry I
  • CHEM 2102 - Organic Chemistry II
  • MATH 1200 - Calculus for Scientists I
  • MATH 2233 - Statistics for the Biological Sciences
  • PHIL 2223 - Bio Ethics
  • PHYS 1201 - Classical Physics I
  • PHYS 1202 - Classical Physics II
  • General Education Requirement Cluster 1, Foundation
  • General Education Requirement Cluster 2, Foundation
  • General Education Requirement Cluster 3, Foundation
  • General Education Requirement Cluster 4, Foundation
  • General Education Requirement Cluster 2, Tier 2
  • General Education Requirement Cluster 3, Tier 2
  • General Education Requirement Cluster 4, Tier 2
  • General Education Requirement Tier 3*
  • General Education Requirement Tier 3*
  • General Education Requirement Tier 3*
  • Four Electives
  • Three Approved Option

 

BIOL 2213 - Principles of Ecology and Evolution,
BIOL 2203 - Human Anatomy,
BIOL 3103 - Introduction to Biophysics,
BIOL 3104 - Human Physiology I,
BIOL 3106 - Evolutionary Biology,
BIOL 3107 - Evolution in Health and Disease,
BIOL 3205 - Human Physiology II,
BIOL 3204 - Histology,
BIOL 4209 - Neurobiology,
BIOL 4310 - Molecular Ecology,
BCEM 3201 - Protein Biochemistry,
CHEM 2301 - Analytical Chemistry I: Quantitative Analysis,
CHEM 2302 - Analytical Chemistry II: Introduction to Instrumental Analysis

 

*Tier 3 General Education courses must be taken from at least two of the four thematic clusters.