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Freshwater and Marine Biology Curriculum (Numerals in front of courses represent credits) First Semester 3 Intro to Environmental Science I/ ENV 120 4 Gen Chem I & Lab/CHEM 111 & 112 3 College Comp/LENG 111 2 First Year Seminar 3 History Without Borders/LHST 111 15

Second Semester 3 Intro to Aquatic Science/BIOL 140 4 Gen Chem II & Lab/CHEM 114 & 115 3 Trig or Calculus/MATH 112 or 140 3 Intro to Philosophy/LPHI 131 3 Crit Analysis & Comp/LENG 112

Third Semester 4 Mol & Cellular Bio & Lab/ BIOL 122 & 123 4 Organic Chem I & Lab/ CHEM 221 & 222 3 Applied Statistics/MATH 213 3 Foundations of Theology/LTHE 101 3 Speech/SPCH 111 17

Fourth Semester 4 Anim Form & Func & Lab/BIOL 124 & 125 4 Organic Chem II & Lab/ CHEM 224 & 225 4 Physical Geology & Lab/ENV 101 & 102 3 Lit Series/LENG

Fifth Semester 4 Limnology & Lab/BIOL 385 & 386 4 College Physics 1 & Lab/ PHYS 105 & 106 & 109 3 The Bible: An Intro/LTHE 201 3 Philosophy II Series/LPHI 3 Oceanography/ENV 306 17

Sixth Semester 2 Biology Research I/BIOL 488 4 College Physics 2 & Lab/PHYS 108 3-5 Science Elective 3-4 Science Elective 3 Fine Arts Series/LFIN

Seventh Semester 2 Biology Research II/BIOL 489 3-4 Science Elective 3-4 Science Elective 3-4 Science Elective 1 Leadership Seminar 3 LPHI 237 or any LTHE 300 course 15-18

Eighth Semester 3-5 Science Elective 3-4 Science Elective 3 Senior Seminar/LBST 383 3 Social Science Elective 0-3 General Elective (if needed)

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BIOLOGY/SECONDARY 7-12 EDUCATION Students may earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology/Secondary Education or a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology/Secondary Education. Those students who want to obtain a graduate degree in biology or biology-related area are advised to complete the Bachelor of Science degree in Biology/Secondary Education. Students should work with their academic advisors to identify the appropriate courses to complete the biology or science electives within the curriculum to suit their career goals. Aims and Objectives Keep current text available in catalog. See notes in provided pages. Program Requirements • All education courses are required to be completed with a grade of C or better. • LENG 111, LENG 112, Literature Series, and MATH courses require a grade of C or better.

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