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Below you will find a listing of supporting coursework broken into three categories.  These categories are separated into those supporting courses for Biology, for Chemistry and for both.

 

Biology List A: Required Additional Courses (Select 6 credits)

(The credits the course is valued at are in parentheses and the course's Prerequisites are bolded)

  • BMB 402 (3) General Biochemistry II (BMB 401 or CHEM 476)
  • BMB 428 (3) Physical Chemistry with Biological Applications (CHEM 203 or CHEM 212; PHYS 203 or PHYS 251; 3 credits cell biology) Fall Only
  • BMB/BIOL430 (3) Developmental Biology (BIOL 222; BMB251 or BIOL 230W) Fall Only
  • BMB 433/VB SC (3) Molecular and Cellular Toxicology (BMB 401) Spring Only
  • BMB 474 (3) Analytical Biochemistry (Pre req or concurrent: B M B 428 or CHEM 450) Spring Only
  • BMB 484 (3) Functional Genomics (BMB 251 or BIOL 230W, BIOL 222 or BIOL 322) Spring Only
  • BIOL 405 (3) Molecular Evolution (BIOL 222 or 230W) Spring Only
  • BIOL 422 (3) Advanced Genetics (One genetics or genetic based course including BIOL 133, BIOL 222, BIOL 322 or BIOL 230W) Fall Only
  • BIOL 428 (3) Population Genetics (BIOL 220W, STAT 250; MATH 111 or MATH 141) Not Offered Every Year
  • BIOL 432 (3) Developmental Genetics (BIOL 230W; or BMB 251, BMB 252) Fall Only
  • BIOL/ANTH 460 (3) Human Genetics (ANTH 021 or BIOL 110 or BIOL 133 or permission of program for a different course that covers introductory genetics topics for at least part of the semester)Not Offered Every Year
  • MICRB 410 (3) Principles of Immunology (BMB 251, MICRB 201, or MICRB 251)

 

Chemistry List A: Required Additional Courses (Select 9 credits)

(The credits the course is valued at are in parentheses and the course's Prerequisites are bolded)

  • BMB 401 (3) General Biochemistry I (CHEM 212; B M B 251 or BIOL 230)
  • BMB 402 (3) General Biochemistry II (BMB 401 or CHEM 476)
  • BMB 428 (3) Physical Chemistry with Biological Applications (CHEM 203 or CHEM 212; PHYS 203 or PHYS 251; 3 credits cell biology) Fall Only
  • BMB 433/VB SC (3) Molecular and Cellular Toxicology (BMB 401) Spring Only
  • CHEM 310 (3) Introductory Inorganic Chemistry (CHEM 112 and CHEM 202 or CHEM 210; Prerequisite or concurrent: CHEM 450 or CHEM 452)
  • CHEM 410 (3) Inorganic Chemistry
  • CHEM 412 (3) Transition Metal Chemistry (CHEM 202 or CHEM 210 and CHEM 310; Prerequisite or concurrent: CHEM 450 or CHEM 452) Fall Only
  • CHEM 423 (4) Chemical Spectroscopy (CHEM 227 or CHEM 221, CHEM 450 or prerequisite or concurrent: CHEM 452) Spring Only
  • CHEM 430 (3) Structural Analysis of Organic Compounds (CHEM 210 and CHEM 213; Concurrent: CHEM 213) Spring Only
  • CHEM 431W (3) Organic and Inorganic Preparations (CHEM 213) Fall Only
  • CHEM 450 (3) Physical Chemistry - Thermodynamics (CHEM 112 and MATH 141 and PHYS 211 or PHYS 212)
  • CHEM 452 (3) Physical Chemistry – Quantum Chemistry (CHEM 112 and MATH 141 and PHYS 211 or PHYS 212)
  • CHEM 474 (3) Organic Synthesis (CHEM 212)
  • VB SC 330 (3) Intro to Molecular Pharmacology (CHEM 201, CHEM 202, BIOL 110, BMB 211; BIOL 230 or BMB 251) Spring only (pre-req waived)
  • VB SC 430 (3) Principles of Toxicology (BIOL 110, BIOL 240W; BMB 211 or BMB 401) Fall Only
  • VB SC 431 (3) Environmental Toxicology (BIOL 110, CHEM 112, CHEM 112) Fall only

 

Combined List B (both Biology and Chemistry options): Recommended Supporting Courses (Select 6 credits)

(The credits the course is valued at are in parentheses and the course's Prerequisites are bolded)

  • ANTH 410 (3) Osteology (3 credits in ANTH, 3 credits in BIOL, or concurrent enrollment in ANTH 401 or 501). Fall Only
  • ANTH 411 (3) Skeletal Forensic Anthropology (Prerequisite of ANTH 021, waived by department) Fall Only
  • ANTH 413 (3) Molecular Forensic Anthropology (ANTH 021 or Forensic Science major) Spring Only
  • ANTH 466 (3) The Skull (ANTH 021) Spring Only
  • BBH/HPA 440 (3) Principles of Epidemiology (BBH 101 or BIOL 110 or H P A 310; STAT 200 or STAT 250)
  • BIOL 222* (3) Genetics (3 credits in biological sciences) Fall Only - or - BIOL 322* (3) Genetic Analysis (at least two of the following courses: BIOL 220W, BIOL 230W, BIOL 240W or MICRB 201) Spring Only
  • BIOL 414 (3) Taxonomy of Seed Plants (BIOL 240W) Maymester/Odd scheduling
  • BIOL 437 (3) Histology (BIOL 230W) Spring Only
  • BIOL 472 (3) Mammalian Physiology (Prerequisite of BIOL 240W)
  • CHEM 227* (4) Analytical Chemistry (CHEM 113 and MATH 140)
  • CHEM 402 (3) Chemistry in the Environment (CHEM 212 . Prerequisite or concurrent: CHEM 450 or CH E 320) Spring Only
  • CRIM/WMNST 423 (3) Sexual and Domestic Violence (CRIM 100 or WMNST 001)
  • CRIM/CRIMJ 424 (3) Drugs and Crime (CRIM 100 or WMNST 100)
  • CRIM 425 (3) Organized Crime (Prerequisite of CLJ 250W) Harrisburg — Fall Only
  • CRIM 432 (3) Crime and the American Court System (CRIM 100)
  • CRIM/WMNST 453 (3) Women and the Criminal Justice System (CRIM 100 or WMNST 001)
  • CRIM 467 (3) Law and Society (CRIM 100 or CRIM 113)
  • CRIM 469 (3) Seminar in the Law (CRIM 113) Evening
  • CRIM 482 (3) Seminar, Criminal Justice Agency Administration (CRIM 100) Evening
  • ENT 313 (2) Introduction to Entomology
  • ENT 410 (3) Insect Structure and Function (Prerequisite of BIOL 220W and 240W) Spring Only
  • ENT 450 (3) Medical Entomology (ENT 313 or BIOL 011 and BIOL 012 or BIOL 110 or BIOL 220W)
  • FRNSC 427W (4) Forensic Chemistry (Prerequisite of CHEM 227)
  • FRNSC 496 (3-4) Independent Research
  • PSYCH 445 (3) Forensic Psychology (PSYCH 100; PSYCH 239, PSYCH 243, or PSYCH 270) Spring Only
  • PSYCH 462 (3) Physiological Psychology (PSYCH 100; PSYCH 260 or 3 credits of BIOL)
  • PSYCH 470 (3) Abnormal Psychology (PSYCH 100; PSYCH 238, PSYCH 243 or PSYCH 270)
  • F SC 401 (3) Introduction to Fuel Technology (CHEM 112 and PHYS 211) Fall Only
  • F SC/CH E 432 (3) Petroleum Processing (CHEM 210) Fall Only

*Cannot double count if required in option.

Only 3 credits of CRIM/CRIMJ/WMNST/PSYCH are allowed.