|BIOL 10100||4||Introductory Biology (1)|
|BIOL 10200||4||Introductory Biology (2)|
|BIOL 10700||1||Freshman Experience in Biological Sciences|
|BIOL 24300||4||Introductory Cell Biology|
|BIOL 24401||1||Genetics Laboratory|
|BIOL 42600||1||Senior Capstone|
|CHM 11500||4||Gen Chemistry (1)|
|CHM 11600||4||Gen Chemistry (2)|
|CHM 25500||3||Organic Chemistry (1)|
|CHM 25501||1||Organic Chemistry (1) Lab|
|CHM 25600||3||Organic Chemistry (2)|
|CHM 25601||1||Organic Chemistry (2) Lab|
Choose one of the following2
|PHYS 22000||4||General Physics I|
|PHYS 22100||4||General Physics II|
|MA 16031||3||Introductory Analysis I (Calculus I)|
|MA 16032||3||Introductory Analysis II (Calculus II)|
|STAT 30100||3||Elementary Statistical Methods I|
1All students must also meet the general education requirements of Purdue Calumet, some of which are met with the courses required by the major. The degree requires 120 credit hours.
2 Environmental Chemistry is an option for students in the Ecology concentration. All other students should take Principles of Biochemistry.
To earn a BS in Biology and Purdue Calumet students must choose a concentration (specialization) by taking specific courses related to a theme. Concentrations in Biology include:
Students may get their Biology degree along with a secondary education license to teach middle school or high school biology (life sciences). Most of the courses required for a secondary education license will fulfill elective requirements in the Biology degree. Students interested in this option should follow this link.