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biology - b.s. & b.a.

WARNING: Program requirements can change without notice. Contact the specific program you are interested in and seek the advice of a program counselor. Click on the college to visit the program web page or call the program listed for official details.

Program

Prerequisite Summary

  • Biology - B.S.

  • Chiropractic - D.C.

  • Dental Hygiene - A.S.

  • Dental Hygiene - B.S.

  • Dentist - D.D.S.

  • Nursing - B.S.

  • Nursing - R.N.

  • Optometry - O.D.

  • Physician - D.O.

  • Physician - M.D.

  • Podiatry - D.P.M.

  • Pre-veterinary Medicine (Pre-D.V.M.)

  • Veterinary Technician


  • Prerequisite Courses

    CSU, UC, or Transfer General Education Requirements

    • Biology 6, Biology 7

    • Chemistry 101, Chemistry 102

    • English 101, English 102

    • Math 115, 125, 265

    • Organic Chemistry I, Organic Chemistry II

    Other Prerequisite Courses that may be required depending upon program by different university programs to be accepted.

    • Biochemistry

    • Biology 40

    • Math 266, Math 267

    • Organic Chemistry I, Organic Chemistry II

    • Physics 6, 7 OR Physics 1, 2, 3 depending on program and college


    CSU Northridge offers BS degrees in Biological Sciences with 5 different options. (1) Cellular, Molecular and Physiology; (2) Genetics and Developmental Biology; (3) Microbiology; (4) Marine Biology; and (5) Ecology and Evolution.

    It is recommended, though not required, that students complete their math and physics at the community college. These requirements may depend upon the discipline option that is selected by the student. You must check with the biology department at CSU Northridge to see if a certain community college organic chemistry course will be accepted for the life science major.


    UCLA offers a wide variety of BS degree options in the Life Sciences, each organized under a different school, department, or program. Because of the diverse nature of the programs offered, students should obtain advisement from the program of interest to become informed about additional prerequisites required for acceptance into that particular program

    In general, UCLA recommends that students complete the organic chemistry and physics requirements prior to entry to the university. Entry into these programs is highly selective, and students completing these additional requirements dramatically increase their chance of acceptance into a program. UCLA has special programs tailored to students who come from populations that have been traditionally under-represented in the sciences.

    Some of the B.S. degrees offered at UCLA include:

    Questions about specific degrees and programs can be addressed to UCLA Life Science Program Counselors. For specific questions, it is best to contact the UCLA outreach counselor assigned to Mission College.


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    Subject

  • Anatomy 1

  • Biology 3

  • Biology 6

  • Biology 7

  • Biology 40

  • Biochemistry

  • Chemistry 51

  • Chemistry 65

  • Chemistry 101

  • Chemistry 102

  • English 101

  • English 102

  • Math 115

  • Math 227

  • Math 265

  • Math 266

  • Math 267

  • Microbiology 1 or 20

  • Organic Chemistry I

  • Organic Chemistry II

  • Physics 6, 7

  • Physics 1, 2, 3

  • Physiology 1

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