2011-2013 Undergraduate Catalog

The Department of Biological and Physical Sciences, cont'd

Associate of Science
Program of Study in Allied Health

Requirements Credits
General Education
*BIOB 160 Principles of Living Systems
   OR *BIOB 101 Discover Biology
3
*CHMY 121 Introduction to General Chemistry 3
*CHMY 122 Introduction to General Chemistry Laboratory 1
*PSYX 100 Introduction to Psychology (3)
   OR *SOCI 101 Introduction to Sociology
3
*STAT 141 Introduction to Statistical Concepts (3)
   OR *STAT 216 Introduction to Statistics

4
Additional General Education requirements 18
Total Credits 31
Required Program Courses
BIOH 301 Human Anatomy and Physiology I 3
BIOH 302 Human Anatomy and Physiology I Lab 1
BIOH 311 Human Anatomy and Physiology II  
BIOH 312 Human Anatomy and Physiology II Lab  
BIOM 250 Microbiology for Health Sciences  
CHMY 123 Introduction to Organic and Biochemistry  
NUTR 221 Basic Human Nutrition  
Total Credits 17
Elective Program Courses
Students must take 6 credits from the following electives:
BIOB 375, 376 General Genetics with Lab 4
BIOM 251 Microbiology for Health Sciences Lab 1
IOM 360, 361 General Microbiology with Lab 4
*CHMY 141, 142 College Chemistry I with Lab 4
CHMY 143, 144 College Chemistry II with Lab 4
ECP 100 First Aid and CPR 2
*PHL 110 Problems of Good and Evil:  Introduction to Ethics 3
*PHSX 205/206 College Physics I with Lab 4
PSYX 230 Developmental Psychology:  Development Over the Lifespan  
PSYX 340 Abnormal Psychology  
Upper division Biology or Chemistry courses chosen in conjunction with advisor V
Total Elective Credits 6
Restricted electives selected with advisorapproval 6
Total minimum credits required for degree 60

*May satisfy General Education requirements.

Note:  The above required General Education Courses and Program Courses are minimum requirements.  Students with specific career goals in the Allied Health Sciences should be aware that some disciplines require more advanced courses than those listed.  Therefore, if you know your career path, or if you believe you may transfer into a B.S. program at MSU Billings or another university, it is essential that you consult with your advisor in the science department so that you proceed efficiently in your studies.

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