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FOUNDATION COURSES

Course

Units

BIOL 201

Biology I: Cellular Biology and Genetics

BIOL 202

Biology II: Introduction to Ecology and Evolution

BIOL 204

Educational and Career Planning for the Biologist

BIOL 309

Principles of Genetics

Total units

13

BREADTH COURSES
Course
BIOL 208
or
BIOL 205
and
BIOL 207

Units
Biodiversity

General Botany

General Zoology

BIOL 405
BIOL 408
BIOL 409

Molecular Ecology
Cell Biology
Molecular Biology

4
4
4

BIOL 221 & 221L


and
BIOL 222 & 222L
or
BIOL 325
or
BIOL 436

Human Anatomy and Physiology I

Human Anatomy and Physiology II

Animal Physiology

Plant Physiology

Take two of the following:

Total units

14-24

ELECTIVE COURSES
Courses
BIOL 410
or
CHEM 356

Units
Molecular Biology Laboratory

Biochemistry Laboratory

BIOL 315

Medical Microbiology

BIOL 318

Microbiology

BIOL 360

Histology

BIOL 420

Microbiology of Infectious Disease

BIOL 421

Immunology

BIOL 428

Virology

BIOL 463

Developmental Biology

CHEM 351

Biochemistry I

MBBB 301

Introduction to Bioinformatics

MBBB 315

Genomics

Choose two of the following:

Total units

FREE ELECTIVE

8-10

Course

Units

Select one biology elective from lists of electives


in any Biology concentration
or
BIOL 491
or
BIOL 222 & BIOL 222L*
or
BIOL 498
and
BIOL 499

3-4

Elective independent research

Human Anatomy & Physiology II

Honors Research in Biology

Honors Thesis in Biology

Total units

3-4

* If Human Anatomy and Physiology I (BIOL 221 & 221L) was selected for the physiology breadth, that may satisfy the Free Elective requirement after successfully
completing BIOL 222 & 222L.
ANCILLARY COURSES
Courses

Units

CHEM 131 & 131L


and
CHEM 132 & 132L

General Chemistry I Lecture

General Chemistry II Lecture

CHEM 330
or
CHEM 331
and
CHEM 332

Essentials of Organic Chemistry

Organic Chemistry I

Organic Chemistry II

General Physics I

General Physics II
BI
General Physics I Calculus-based

General Physics II Calculus-based

Calculus for Applications

Elementary Biostatistics

Calculus

Behavioral Statistics

PHYS 211
and
PHYS 212
or
PHYS 241
and
PHYS 242
MATH 211**
or
MATH 237
or
MATH 273**
or
PSYC 212
Total units

24-30

Core 1 Towson Seminar (3) (A grade of C or higher is required for successful completion)
TSEM 102

Towson Seminar

3 units

Varied Topics

Core 2 English Composition (3) (A grade of C or higher is required for successful completion)
ENGL 102

Writing for a Liberal Education

Core 3 Mathematics (3-4 units)

3 units

MATH 211
MATH 231
MATH 237
MATH 273
MATH 274

Core 4

Creativity & Creative Development (3 units)


Must be from a different discipline than Core 5

COSC 109
COSC 225
DANC 106
DANC 235
ENGL 283
ENGL 311

Core 5

Computers & Creativity


Honors Introduction to Lego Robotics
Fundamentals of Dance Movement (NM)
Dance Composition
Introduction to Creative Writing
Writing Poetry

ENGL 312
ENGL 332
HONR 225
MUSC 105
MUSC 116
THEA 101
THEA 102
THEA 142
THEA 204

Writing Fiction
Honors Writing Fiction
Honors Seminar: Creativity & Creative Dev
Music Theory for Non-Majors
Songwriting & Basic Music Comp (NM)
Acting I
Honors Acting I
Introduction to Theatre Design
Creating Communities of Action

Arts & Humanities (3)


Must be from a different discipline than Core 4

CHNS 101

Core 6

Calculus for Application


Basic Statistics
Elementary Biostatistics(4)
Calculus I(4)
Calculus II(4)

Elementary Chinese I

Social & Behavioral Science (3 units)

ECON 201
ECON 202

Microeconomic Principles
Macroeconomic Principles

PSYC 101
SOCI 101

Introduction to Psychology
Introduction to Sociology

Core 7 Biological & Physical Sciences (lab) (4, 5 units)


Courses taken to fulfill Core 7 and 8 must be from different disciplines or two sequenced courses
within one discipline.

CHEM 131+ 131L


CHEM 132 + 132L

Core 8

BIOL 201
BIOL 202

General Chemistry
General Chemistry II

Biological & Physical Sciences (lab & non-lab) 3,4 units, 5(4)units)
Courses taken to fulfill Core 7 and 8 must be from different disciplines or two sequenced courses
within one discipline
Biology I Cellular Biology & Genetics (4)
Biology II: Intro to Ecology & Evolution (4)

Core 9 Advanced Writing Seminar (3-4 units) (A grade of C or higher is required for successful completion)
BIOL 381
CHEM 301
ENGL 313
ENGL 316
ENGL 318
ENVS 337

Core 10

Biological Literature
Professional Ethics for Scientists
Writing Argument
Academic Essay
Writing for Business and Industry
Advanced Informational Writing

PSYC 313
PSYC 314
SOCI 300

Research Design & Statistical Analysis


Research Methods in Psychology
Research Methods

Metropolitan Perspectives (3)

MTRO 101

Introduction to Metropolitan Studies

CORE 11 The United States as a Nation (3)


Wellness for a Diverse Society
Health Care in the U.S.

HLTH 101
HLTH 207

Core 12 Global Perspectives (3)


CHNS 102
RLST 207

Elementary Chinese II
Introduction to Buddhism

Core 13 Diversity & Difference (3)


FMST 310
FMST 360
HLTH 220
RLST 209

LGBT Families new


Diversity Culture and Team Dynamics new
Sexuality in a Diverse Society
Religious Traditions of Asia

Core 14 Ethical Issues & Perspectives (3)


PHIL 103 PHIL
361

Introduction to Ethics
Biomedical Ethics