Undergraduate Bulletin

Fall 2022 Bulletin

Major SBC Courses for the BS in Biochemistry

This table illustrates major courses that can also be used to fulfill SBC requirements (See Note 1 & Note 2).

SBC Category

Required Major Courses

Optional Major Courses (See Note 3)

LANG (see Note 4)    
QPS   AMS 151, AMS 161MAT 125, MAT 126, MAT 127MAT 131, MAT 132, MAT  141, MAT 142, MAT 171
SNW BIO 201 CHE 129, CHE 131, CHE 132, CHE 152, PHY 121, PHY 122, PHY 125, PHY 126, PHY 127, PHY 131, PHY 132, PHY 141, PHY 142
TECH   BIO 312
STAS   BIO 350, BIO 358, BME 304
EXP+   AMS 333
STEM+ BIO 202, BIO 203 CHE 310, CHE 312, CHE 321, CHE 331
DIV (see Note 5)    
ESI BIO 365 BIO 312, BIO 327, BIO 335, BIO 358, CHE 383
WRTD BIO 459 AMS 333

Note 1: Some course information may be subject to change. Please contact your major advisor for additional consultation.

Note 2: For majors that require study in a related area or completion of a minor, visit the respective program's "Major SBC Courses" page to view expanded SBC options. 

Note 3: Denotes any course in which students can choose from more than one option. These may include, but are not limited to, major electives, concentration/track/specialization courses, or calculus/physics/chemistry sequences.

Note 4: CEAS majors, the Athletic Training major, the Respiratory Care major, and the Clinical Laboratory Sciences major are exempt from the LANG learning objective. Students enrolled in the major in Social Work are exempt from the LANG learning objective, but are required to enroll in and pass with a letter grade of C or higher the first semester of an elementary foreign language course numbered 111, or satisfy through alternate methods (see Communicate in a Human Language Other than English--LANG). 

Note 5: Students are responsible for completing the general education requirements published in the Bulletin that was current as of the first semester of matriculation (or rematriculation). The following student groups must satisfy the DIV learning objective as part of their degree requirements:

  • Freshmen who matriculate in the Fall of 2019 or later
  • Transfer students who matriculate in the Spring of 2020 or later
  • Students who rematriculate in the Fall of 2019 or later