This is a recommended program of study for students planning to pursue a bachelor's degree in biology. Curriculum Learning Foundations Overall Requirements All students must read English at an acceptable level in order to begin college-level courses. The college assesses two levels of reading proficiency as shown below. Both must be satisfied in order to enroll in college-level classes. Meet a basic reading standard by placement exam score, by taking DVR-0051 or ESL-0105, or by exemption due to prior college coursework. DVR-0051 Developmental Reading DVR-P005 DVR-0051 Proficiency ESL-0105 English as a Second Language: Intermediate Reading Skills ESL-1050 English as a Second Language: Intermediate Reading Skills Meet college-level reading standards by placement exam score, by taking DVR-0061 DVR-0071 or ESL-0106, or by exemption as a result of prior college coursework. DVR-0061 College Reading and Study Skills DVR-P006 Reading Proficiency Satisfied DVR-0071 Accelerated College Reading andStudy Skills DVR-P007 Placement in Dvr-0071 DVE-0012 Foundations of Composition and Comprehension ESL-0106 English as a Second Language:Advanced Reading Skills ESL-1060 English as a Second Language:Advanced Reading Skills The college assesses English writing proficiency at three levels as a prerequisite to enrollment in EGL-1010, the first college-level writing course. Those three levels are outlined below. Meet the minimum English proficiency requirement by placement exam score, by completing DVE-0009 or ESL-0102 or by exemption as a result of prior coursework. DVE-0009 Fundamental Language Skills DVE-P009 DVE-0009 Proficiency ESL-0102 English as a Second Language: Intermediate II ESL-1020 English as a Second Language: Intermediate II Meet intermediate level English proficiency requirements by placement exam score, by completing DVE-0011 or ESL-0201, or by exemption as a result of prior coursework. DVE-0011 Developmental Composition DVE-P001 DVE-0011 proficiency ESL-0201 English as a Second Language: Composition ESL-2010 English as a Second Language: Composition Meet pre-college level English requirements by placement exam score, by completing EGL-0100 or ESL-0202, or by exemption as a result of prior coursework. EGL-1000 Introduction to Composition EGL-1001 Introduction to Composition EGL-0100 Introduction to Composition EGL-0110 Introduction to Composition(accelerated Learning Program) EGL-100P EGL-1000 Waiver ESL-0202 English as a Second Language:Advanced Composition ESL-2020 English as a Second Language:Advanced Composition All students must satisfy the college's requirement for a solid foundation in mathematics. Students can document this foundation either with satisfactory placement test scores, with an exemption posted as a result of courses taken elsewhere, or with satisfactory performance in one or more developmental mathematics courses. In addition, all students must complete either PAS-1010 or PAS-1030 along with their first developmental math course. Meet the most basic arithmetic requirement by completing DLS-0011 or a satisfactory score on the placement test. DLS-0011 Fundamental Arithmetic Skills DLS-P010 Test Placement in DVM-0030 DLS-P001 Waiver of DLS-0011 DVM-P009 Test Placement in DVM-0030 Meet prealgebra requirements by completing DVM-0031 or with a satisfactory placement test score. DVM-0031 Prealgebra DVM-P030 ACUPLELALG Place in DVM0070 Meet elementary algebra requirements by completing DVM-0071 or achieving a satisfactory placement score. DVM-0071 Introductory Algebra DVM-X070 Placement in MAT-1040 DVM-P007 DVM-0071 Completed Meet intermediate algebra requirements by completing MAT-0104 or by achieving a satisfactory placment test score. MAT-0104 Intermediate Algebra MAT-104P Waiver of MAT-1040 You must take PAS-1030 during the same semester you take DVM-0031. PAS-1010 Planning for Academic SuccessLearning PAS-103P PAS-1030 Waiver PAS-1030 Planning for Academic Success in Math PAS-1000 Requirement Complete PAS-1000 with a grade of "C" or better. PAS-1000 Planning for Academic Success:First Year Experience Seminar PAS-1010 Planning for Academic SuccessLearning General Education - English Composition Two courses in English Composition are required.. TAKE EGL-1010 EGL-1010 Composition I: Expository Writing EGL-1011 Composition I: Expository Writing (accelerated Learning Program) EGL-1010H Honors Composition I: Expository Writing TAKE EGL-1020, EGL-1100, EGL-1320, OR EGL-1340: EGL-1020 Composition ll: Writing AboutLiterature EGL-1100 Composition II: Writing About Issuesand Ideas EGL-1320 Composition II: Writing for Business EGL-1340 Composition II: Writing About Technical Topics General Education - Humanities Speech Complete SPH-1010, 1050, 1090 or 1110 SPH-1010 Introduction to Speech Communication SPH-1050 Group Communication and Leadership SPH-1090 Interpersonal Communication SPH-1110 Public Speaking SPH-0000 Speech Elective General Education-Humanities Group 2 AA/AS Complete one Art, Music, Theater, Philosophy, Literature, or Foreign Language course from the approved general education list. ART-1010 Introduction to Art MUS-1010 Music Appreciation PHL-1010 Introduction to Philosophy: The Art of Questioning PHL-1090 Introduction to Logic PHL-1330 Ethics THE-1010 Introduction to the Theatre ARB-1000 Arabic for Beginners ARB-0000 Arabic Language Elective FRN-1010 French for Beginners FRN-1020 French for Advanced Beginners FRN-2010 Intermediate French I FRN-2020 Intermediate French II FRN-2040 Advanced Conversation FRN-0000 French Elective SPN-1010 Spanish for Beginners SPN-1020 Spanish for Advanced Beginners SPN-2010 Intermediate Spanish I SPN-2020 Intermediate Spanish II SPN-2040 Advanced Conversation SPN-0000 Spanish Elective CHN-1000 Chinese for Beginners CHN-1010 Elementary Chinese CHN-0000 Chinese Language Elective EGL-2010 British Literature From the Anglo-Saxon Period Through the 18th Century EGL-2030 British Literature of the 19th and 20th Centuries EGL-2050 American Literature from the Beginnings to the Late 19th Century EGL-2070 American Literature from the Late 19th Century to the Present EGL-2090 World Literature From Ancient Times Through the Middle Ages EGL-2110 World Literature from the RenaissanceTo the Present EGL-2120 Introduction to African Literature EGL-2130 African-American Literature: Pre-1800to 1920. EGL-2140 African-American Literature: 1920 to the Present EGL-2170 Major American Writers EGL-2210 The Shakespeare Plays EGL-2230 Children's Literature EGL-2320 Literature and Film EGL-2330 Modern Literature EGL-2370 Studies in Bilblical Literature: the Old Testament EGL-2390 Studies in Biblical Literature: the New Testament EGL-2410 Mythology, Legend and Folklore EGL-2430 Survey of Science Fiction EGL-2440 Survey of Mystery and Detective Fiction EGL-2600 Introduction to the Novel PHL-0000 Philosophy Elective THE-0000 Theatre Elective EGL-2500 Women in Literature General Education - Mathematics Complete one Math courses from the following: MAT-1360, MAT-1370, MAT-2410, MAT-2420, MAT-2430, MAT-2450, MAR-2460 and MAT-2500. MAT-2210 Statistics MAT-2410 Calculus I MAT-2420 Calculus II MAT-1370 Precalculus MAT-2430 Calculus III MAT-2450 Linear Algebra MAT-2460 Differential Equations MAT-2500 Mathematics of Discrete Structures General Education - Social Sciences Take one History course. Select from HST-1310, 1320, 1370, 1410, 1430, 1510, 1530, 2160, 2230, 2470. In addition complete one additional social science course from the following list: ANT-1010, 1030; ECN 1000,1030, or 2040; GEO-1000 or 1010; POS-1000, 1010, or 1020; PSY-1010, 2010, 2030, 2040, 2070, 2080, 2130, or 2190; SOC-1010 or 2010; WMS-1010. COMPLETE ONE GENERAL EDUCATION HISTORY COURSE HST-1310 Ancient and Medieval History HST-1320 Modern History HST-1370 The World in the 20th Century HST-1410 History of the United States I HST-1430 History of the United States II HST-1510 History of African Americans I HST-1530H Honors History of African Americans II HST-1530 History of African Americans II HST-2160 The Modern Middle East HST-2230 History of Latin America and the Caribbean HST-2470 African History COMPLETE ONE ADDITIONAL SOCIAL SCIENCE COURSE ANT-1010 Introductory Physical Anthropology ANT-1030 Introductory Cultural Anthropology ANT-0000 Anthropology Elective ECN-1010 Economic Development ECN-1030 Principles of Macroeconomics ECN-2040 Principles of Microeconomics ECN-0000 Economics Elective GEO-1000 Introduction to Geography as a Social Science GEO-1010 Physical Geography GEO-0000 Geography Elective POS-1000 Introduction to Politics POS-1010 American National Government POS-1020 State and Local Government POS-0000 Political Science Elective PSY-1010 General Psychology PSY-2010 Personality and Adjustment PSY-2030 Child Psychology PSY-2040 Adolescent Psychology PSY-2070 Human Growth and Development PSY-2080 Abnormal Psychology PSY-2130 Forensic Psychology PSY-2190 Social Psychology PSY-0000 Psychology Elective SOC-1010 Introduction to Sociology SOC-2010 Social Problems WMS-1010 Introduction to Women's Studies SOC-0000 Sociology Elective General Education - Information Technology Take INT-1010 unless exempted through examination or other proof of proficiency. INT-1010H Honors Introduction to Information Technology INT-1010 Introduction to Information Technology General Education Biology for BIOL.AA Take CHM-1010 and CHM-1020 as the program's general education science requirement. CHM-1010 General Chemistry I CHM-1020 General Chemistry II Program Concentration for Biology Option Take all the courses listed below. BIO-1130 Principles of Biology: Evolution, Ecology, and Behavior BIO-1140 Principles of Biology: Cellular and Molecular Biology CHM-1030 General Chemistry II Laboratory CHM-2010 Organic Chemistry I CHM-2020 Organic Chemistry II CHM-2040 Organic Chemistry II Laboratory Biology Program Electives, 2014 Complete two courses from BIO-2010 BIO-2030 BIO-2050 BIO-2090 PHY-1010 MAT-2410 MAT-2420 MAT-2430 and MAT-2450. BIO-2010 Microbiology BIO-2030 Genetics BIO-2050 Human Anatomy and Physiology I BIO-2090 Cell Biology PHY-1010 Introductory Physics I MAT-2410 Calculus I MAT-2420 Calculus II MAT-2430 Calculus III MAT-2450 Linear Algebra 18 Credits At the 2000 Level You must take at least 18 credits of 2000-level courses in order to graduate in this program. Courses listed below count toward that requirement.