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   B.S. BIOLOGY with M.S. PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT 3 + 2: GRADUATION CHECKLIST 1/2014 B.S. BIOLOGY (128-138 credits) NAME: I. COLLEGE CORE (17 courses + VPA [54 cr]; 46 cr not incl mth and bio) First Year Seminar (Core 100) 3 Le Moyne Hrs Courses Writing 101 3 Philosophy 3 Transfer Hrs Courses Philosophy 3 Religious Studies 3 [ Items in brackets are courses taken as part of PA program]  Theology 3 English 3 English 3 History 3 History 3  Mathematics (fulfilled by major req.) 3  Encountering Another Culture/Language 6 1  Social Science 3  Natural Science (fulfilled by major requirements) 3 [ IDS: Interdisciplinary Nat. Sci./Soc. Sci./Mathematics 3 Med Hum. I] [ Visual & Performing Arts 1 Interdisciplinary Senior Capstone (Core 400) 3 Med. Hum. II] 2  Diversity 0  3  II. MAJOR REQUIREMENTS Biology (10 courses; 37-39 credits) A minimum of 8 courses must be classroom courses (as opposed to research), and at least 5 Biology courses must be taken at Le Moyne College. BIO 191 4 credits, fulfills Nat. Sci. core requirement BIO 192 4 credits BIO 218 (Cell & Molec.) 4 credits BIO 225 (Poison.Planet) 3 credits 6 additional Biology courses, at least one taken from each of the areas listed below; at least two taken from outside the groups. At least 4 of these courses must have lab components (i.e. be 4 credit courses) Molec.& Cell. Bio 3/4 credits Math-Science Distribution Ecol/Popul Bio 3/4 credits (8 courses; 30-32 cr) Organismal Bio BIO 281 BIO 4 credits CHM 151-152 8 credits BIO 282  [Human A & P I 4 credits]  PHY101-102 or 105-106 (+ labs) 8 credits 4 credits CHM 223-224 8 credits [Human A & P II 4 credits]  MTH 110/111-112 6-7 credits *Two semesters of MTH 145-146 may be substituted. Please note that most allied health programs and many other graduate programs require at least one semester of statistics. Students should consult with their advisors to determine which math they should take.   III. ELECTIVES Soc Sci elec ______ 3 credits (15 cr minimum)   [ Pharm. I [ 3 credits] Pharm.II 3 credits]  V. 750 hours health care experience ___ [Clin Med. I 1  Typical number of credits to fulfill requirement. However, students may also fulfill this requirement with a semester of study abroad or by demonstrating intermediate language proficiency in an examination accepted by the Department of Foreign Languages. 7 credits] 2  Students may fulfill this requirement by taking any approved 3-credit course in the appreciation or creation of visual, creative or  performing arts; by taking any college course with a VPA designation, indicating that it includes 1-credit worth of VPA content; or,  by taking an approved 1-credit independent study or special topics in performance or appreciation. 3  While this is a non-credit-bearing requirement, all students must take one course listed with a DIV designation from the list of such courses offered throughout the College.  All Biological Sciences majors must take at least one course from each group below: Molecular & Cellular Biology; Organismal Biology; and Ecology & Population Biology. The semester each course is typically offered is indicated in parenthesis (e.g. S indicates course is usually  offered in the spring, though not necessarily every spring; some courses are offered alternate years). Molecular & Cellular: (C) Organismal BIO 320 – Genetics (F) highly recommended   BIO 281 – A&P I (F)  REQUIRED : (O) BIO 321 – Developmental Bio (F) BIO 282 – A&P II* (S)  REQUIRED BIO 410 – Toxicology recommended   BIO 322 – Histology (S) BIO 418 – Advanced Molecular Bio (S) BIO 325 – Microbiology (S) highly recommended   BIO 427 – Bioinformatics (S)   BIO 327 – Botany (F)   BIO 460 – Biochem I (F) recommended   BIO 340 – Parasitology (S) recommended   BIO 461 – Biochem II* (S) BIO 350 – Invertebrate Bio (F) BIO 475 – Stem Cell Biology (S) BIO 375 – Neurobiology (S) recommended   BIO 480 – Seminar: Biology of Cancer (S) BIO 405 – Endocrinology BIO 481 – Seminar: Endocrine Disruptors BIO 425 – Plant Physiology BIO 431 – Mammalian Physiology (S) Ecology & Population BIO 230 – Ecology (F) : (P) BIO XXX – Aquatic Ecology (F) BIO 245 – Evolution (S) recommended   BIO 270 – Animal Behavior (J-mester) recommended   BIO 330 – Tropical Marine Biology (S) BIO 335 – Biodiversity (S?) BIO/ESS 348 - Envir. Res. Iceland (S) BIO 360 – Insect Ecology (F) BIO 458 – Global Climate Systems BIO 470 – Seminar: Environmental Topics BIO 471 – Perspectives on Human Life (S)   B.S. BIOLOGY M.S. PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT 3 2 Typical Program 2014 (new core) First Year FALL BIO 191 4 credits BIO 192 4 credits SPRING CHM 151 + Lab 4 credits CHM 152 + Lab 4 credits WRT 101 3 credits PHL 110 3 credits MTH 110/111 3-4 credits MTH 112 3 credits COR 100 3 credits Social Science 3 credits 17-18 credits 17 credits Second Year FALL BIO 218 4 credits BIO 225 3 credits SPRING CHM 223 + Lab 4 credits CHM 224 + Lab 4 credits HST 110 3 credits HST 111 3 credits EAC/Language 3 credits EAC/Language 3 credits THE 3 credits ENG 210 17-18 credits 17 credits 3 credits Third Year FALL BIO 281 4 credits BIO 282 4 credits SPRING PHY 101/105 + Lab 4 credits PHY 102/106 + Lab 4 credits ENG 310 3 credits Social Science 3 credits REL 3 credits BIO 4 credits BIO 3-4 credits PHL 2 17-18 credits 17-18 credits 3 credits Fourth Year First year of PA curriculum is fourth year. See checksheet for which PA courses count specifically to fill graduation requirements. Only courses counting specifically towards Core or Major are indicated below. Other PAS courses count as free electives. FALL BIO [PAS] 4 credits BIO [PAS] 4 credits SPRING IDS [PAS] 3 credits COR 400 [PAS] 3 credits Child Development Intro to Psych Biodiversity   Biodiversity
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