Broad Field Science Liberal Arts Academic Plan

Bachelor of Science Degree. Broad Field Science-Liberal Arts. Academic Advising Plan.

  Fall Semester Spring Semester
Freshman
Year

BIOL 150 General Biology - 3
CHEM 121 General Chemistry I - 5
General Education (CW) ENG 100 - 3
General Education (SB) Social/Behavioral - 3
Total semester credits - 14

CHEM 122 General Chemistry II - 5
GEOL 101 Intro Geology - 3
GEOL 102 Intro Geo Lab - 1
Gen Ed (EC) Ethical citizenship - 3
Gen Ed (CS) CSTA, Mod Lang. - 3
Gen Ed (HW) PE 108 - 1
Total semester credits - 16

Sophomore
Year

BIOL 210 General Botany - 3
PHYS 151 General Physics I - 4
PHYS 156 General Phys Lab I - 1
Gen Ed (CA) ENG 200 - 3
Gen Ed (M) MATH - 3
Total semester credits - 14

BIO 230 General Zoology - 3
PHYS 152 General Physics II - 4
PHYS 157 General Phys Lab I - 1
Gen Ed (HF) Humanities - 3
Gen Ed (HW) PE sport - 0.5
General elective - 3
Total semester credits - 14.5

Junior
Year

Science Electives 2 disciplines - List* - 8
Gen Ed (SB) Social/Behavioral - 3
Gen Ed (HW) PE sport - 0.5
General elective - 3
Science elective Bio, Chem, Geo, Phys - 2
Total semester credits - 16.5

GEOL 150 Historical Geology - 4
GEOL 202 Oceanography - 2
Science Electives 2 disciplines - List* - 5
Liberal Arts (global) - 3
Science elective Bio, Chem, Geo, Phys - 2
Total semester credits - 16

Senior
Year

BIOL 310 Identification of Plants - 3
CHEM 250 Analytical Chem and Lab - 4
Gen Ed (MD) multidisciplinary - 3
Liberal Arts (Diversity) - 3
General elective - 2
Total semester credits - 15

Liberal arts - 3
Gen Ed (HF) Humanities/Fine Arts - 3
Science elective Bio, Chem, Geo, Physics - 3
General elective - 4
Total semester credits - 13

Summary of Degree Requirements

General Education - 38 cr.
Liberal Arts - 9 cr.
Major - 60 cr.
General Electives - 12 cr.
Credits to Degree - 120 cr.

Science classes double count for major and S and SL Gen Ed requirements

*List
BIO 240, BIO 310 CHEM 230/236, CHEM 251/256 GEOL 230, GEOL, 327 PHYS 264, PHYS 300+ not PHYS 361,362

This academic plan is an example of how students might choose to fulfill program requirements within a period of four years. After consulting with their advisors, students may make other course choices which would meet the program requirements and be more suitable for them.

 


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