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|††GBIO 151G||General Biology I||3||hours|
|††BIOL 152||General Biology Laboratory I||1||hour|
|ENGL 101G||Freshman Composition||3||hours|
|LS 102||Introduction to Information Research||1||hour|
|*MATH 151/1611,G||College Algebra with Fundamentals / College Algebra||3||hours|
|SPAN 101, FREN 101, ITAL 101, LAT 101, or GERM 101||3||hours|
|SE 101||Freshman Academic Success at Southeastern||2||hours|
|††GBIO 153G||General Biology II||3||hours|
|††BIOL 154||General Biology Laboratory II||1||hour|
|*CHEM 121G||General Chemistry I for Science Majors||3||hours|
|CLAB 123||General Chemistry Laboratory I for Science Majors||1||hour|
|MATH 1621,G||Plane Trigonometry||3||hours|
|ENGL 102G||Critical Reading and Writing||3||hours|
|SPAN 102, FREN 102, ITAL 102, LAT 102, or GERM 102||3||hours|
|CHEM 122||General Chemistry II for Science Majors||3||hours|
|CLAB 124||General Chemistry Laboratory II for Science Majors||1||hour|
|††MIC 205||General Microbiology||3||hours|
|††MICL 207||General Microbiology Laboratory||1||hour|
|ENGL 230, or
ENGL 231, or
|MATH 1631||Calculus for the Biological, Business and Social Sciences||3||hours|
|COMM 211G||Introduction to Public Speaking||3||hours|
|CHEM 261 and
|Survey of Organic Chemistry
Survey of Organic Chemistry Laboratory
|††GBIO 200||Cell Biology||3||hours|
|††GBIO 241||The Profession of Biology or Getting What You Came For||1||hour|
|††GBIO 3772||Applied Biostatistics||4||hours|
|††GBIO 341||Professional Aspects of Biology||1||hour|
|CHEM 281 and
|Survey of Biochemistry
Survey of Biochemistry Laboratory
|PHYS 191||General Physics||3||hours|
|PLAB 193||General Physics Laboratory||1||hour|
|††GBIO 3952||General Ecology||3||hours|
|††GBIO 3972||General Ecology Laboratory||1||hour|
|ENGL 322||Introduction to Professional and Technical Writing||3||hours|
|††GBIO 4052||Eviolutionary Biology||4||hours|
|PHYS 192||General Physics||3||hours|
|PLAB 194||General Physics Laboratory||1||hours|
|††GBIO 441||Biology Seminar||1||hours|
Total semester hours required 120
Southeastern 101 is not required of transfer or readmitted Southeastern students with 30 hours or more. Those students will replace Southeastern 101 with 2 hours of free electives.
GGeneral Education Courses
HHonors students to take Honors course option:
ENGL 101 or 121H or 123H
ENGL 102 or 122H or 124H
ENGL 230 or 231 or 232 or 210H or 291H or 292H
HIST 101 or 102 or 201 or 202 or 101H or 102H or 201H or 202H
COMM 211 or 211H
GBIO 106 or 151H
GBIO 151 or 151H
Art Elective or HONR 191
*Grade of “C” or better
††A grade of "C" or better is required in these major courses.
1Mathematics 165 and 200 (8 credit hours) may be taken in place of Mathematics 161, 162, and 163 (9 credit hours). Students who take MATH 165 and 200 are required to take MATH 165 and 200 are required to take one additional elective hour.
2Courses for the Ecology, Environmental, and Evolutionary Concentration (20 credit hours) selected from the following in consultation with advisor:
Group A - Fundamental courses (13 credit hours) – students in the Ecology, Environmental, and Evolutionary Concentration must take the following four courses – GBIO 377, 395, 397, and 405
Group B – Concentration Electives (7 credit hours) – BOT 205, 347, 426, 427,429, 481, 482, GBIO 281, 404, 406, 410, 418, 439, 442, 481, 485, ZOO 301, 302, 352, 392, 409, 456, 457, 458, 465, 470, 475, MIC 313, 423, 438. The following courses require PRIOR approval of the advisor and department head: GBIO 409 Internship 1-3 hours (3 hrs max); GBIO 450 Research Problems, 1-4 hours (4 hrs max); GBIO 493 Special Topics, 2-4 hours. A maximum of 4 credit hrs may be earned from the following courses: CMPS 450, GEOG 495, POLI 446, SOC 360.
3Courses can be taken in music, art, dance, or theatre.
4Courses can be selected in economics, geography, anthropology, political science, psychology, or sociology.
5Students planning on attending medical, dental, or other professional or graduate schools, and students pursuing a minor in Chemistry should take Chemistry 265/267 and Chemistry 266/268. Also, Chemistry 265/267 can NOT be used as a prerequisite for Chemistry 281/283.