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Students must maintain a grade of C or better in the following courses to progress to the sophomore year within the Biotechnology Program: BIO 110, BIO 112, CHE 120, and CHE 121. Additional requirements for continuing within the program beyond the sophomore year are indicated within the individual course descriptions.

BAY PATH CORE—46 CREDITS

  • ENG114 Critical Reading and Response 
  • ENG122 Literary Genres 
  • ENG124 Research and Writing in the Disciplines 
  • WEL100 Women Empowered Learners Leaders 
  • WEL300 Work Life Summit 
  • WEL400 WELL in Practice 
  • BIO110 Biology for Science Majors 
  • BIO425 Applied Biotechnology 
  • BIO 470 Biotechnology Techniques 
  • MAT___ Biostatistics 
  • Arts Elective
  • Society/Citizenship Electives 
  • Global/Cultural Electives 
  • Physical Fitness
  • Financial Literacy

BIOTECHNOLOGY REQUIREMENTS—63 CREDITS

  • MAT130 Pre-Calculus 
  • MAT221 Calculus I
  • MAT222 Calculus II
  • BIO112 Biology II for Science Majors with lab
  • CHE120 Chemistry I with Lab
  • CHE121 Chemistry II with Lab
  • BIO260 Microbiology with Lab
  • BIO320 Cell and Molecular Biology with Lab
  • CHE220 Organic Chemistry I with Lab
  • CHE221 Organic Chemistry II with Lab
  • BIO210 Genetics with Lab
  • BIO300 Biochemistry with Lab
  • CHE300 Analytical Chemistry with Lab
  • PHS101 College Physics I with Lab
  • PHS102 College Physics II with Lab
  • BIO430 Immunology
  • BIT498 Research Project in Biotechnology or
  • BIT499 Internship in Biotechnology

GENERAL ELECTIVES—3 CREDITS

SCIENCE ELECTIVES—8 CREDIT


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