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1 Biological Sciences Major The Biological Sciences address many of the most important and fundamental questions about our world: What is life? How does our brain produce our ideas and emotions? What are the limits to human life and physical capabilities? How do we feed the world s growing population? Could medical science ensure that our children won t have to worry about disease? Moreover, there has never been a more exciting and important time to study biology. From the mapping of the genome to understanding the molecular basis of human disease to predicting the effects of global climate change on ecosystems to understanding fundamental processes that produce and sustain life on Earth, the Biological Sciences are at the forefront of finding answers to some of society s most vexing problems. The undergraduate major in Biological Sciences is an excellent first step towards exciting careers in biology and the health sciences. Graduates of this program will also be well prepared for positions in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries, health care, conservation, environmental law and policy, and natural resources management (including forest and park services), as well as careers such as journalism, public policy and business, which increasingly involve the biological sciences. In addition, the breadth and rigor of this program are an excellent preparation for graduates to teach science at the elementary or high school levels. This program teaches biology as a multidisciplinary science, reflecting the increasing role of chemistry, physics, mathematics, computer science and advanced technologies in the life sciences. Students majoring in Biological Sciences can choose between five emphasis tracks providing backgrounds in different areas of biology: Molecular and Cell Biology, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Human Biology, Developmental Biology and Microbiology and Immunology. These emphasis tracks consist of a sequence of five or six upper division courses that are taken in the second, third and fourth years of the program. Requirements for the Biological Sciences Major In addition to adhering to the UC Merced and School of Natural Sciences requirements, the requirements that must be met to receive the B.S. in Biological Sciences at UC Merced are: BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES REQUIREMENTS [63 75 UNITS] The Biological Sciences major consists of 17 courses (7 lower division and 9 or 10 upper division, depending on the emphasis track) designed to give all students a common foundation of core knowledge specific to the discipline. LOWER DIVISION MAJOR REQUIREMENTS [29 UNITS] Contemporary Biology (BIO 001) units Contemporary Biology Lab (BIO 001L) unit The Cell (BIO 110) units Principles of Organic Chemistry (CHEM 008) units General Chemistry II (CHEM 010) units Calculus II (MATH 012 ) units Probability and Statistics (MATH 018 or 032, ENVE 105, PSY 010) units Introductory Physics II for Biological Sciences (PHYS 019) units EMPHASIS TRACK COURSES [16 21 UNITS] (Details on the Emphasis Tracks are given in next section) Molecular and Cell Biology: 4 courses Human Biology: 4 courses Ecology and Evolutionary Biology: 4 courses Developmental Biology: 5 courses Microbiology and Immunology: 5 courses UPPER DIVISION ELECTIVE COURSES [8-17 UNITS] Two to four thematically linked courses chosen from the emphasis track elective list in the next section. ADDITIONAL UPPER DIVISION COURSES [3 4 UNITS] One science or engineering course units Undergraduate Major in Biological Sciences Research As a capstone to the Biological Sciences Program, all Biological Sciences majors are encouraged to participate in a research experience. Students attend research lectures by UC Merced faculty, and students can elect to go on to participate in research projects during their senior year. The relevant course numbers are BIO 190 and BIO 195. Transfer Students Transfer students who wish to major in Biological Sciences should complete one year of calculus, one semester of calculus based physics, one year of general chemistry, a probability and statistics course and two to three semesters of general biology. Students should consult the online studenttransfer information system at Students should also consult the Information for Prospective Students link on the School of Natural Sciences web site naturalsciences.ucmerced.edu for more information. BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES EMPHASIS TRACKS (BIO) I. Molecular and Cell Biology The Molecular and Cell Biology (MCB) emphasis track provides students with the skills and knowledge to pursue studies in graduate programs and professional schools in preparation for careers in basic and applied biological research and medicine. MCB emphasizes the molecular and cellular

2 principles that underlie all terrestrial life, as well as the genetic and evolutionary concepts explaining the diversity and unity of life. These topics form the foundation of modern health sciences and biomedical research. MOLECULAR AND CELL BIOLOGY CORE COURSES [17 UNITS] Introduction to Molecular Biology (BIO 002) units Introduction to Molecular Biology Lab (BIO 002L) unit Genetics (BIO 140) units Evolution (BIO 141) units Quantitative Biology Elective units Quantitative Biology Elective list below: BIO 104 Biophysics BIO 105 Enzymology BIO 142 Genomics BIO 175 Biostatistics BIO 180 Mathematical Modeling for Biology BIO 181 Introduction to Biomolecular Modeling BIO 182 Bioinformatics BIO 183 Population Genetics At least four courses chosen from the Molecular and Cell Biology elective list below: One course with Laboratory component units Three additional courses units minimum Select one of the courses: BIO 101 Biochemistry BIO 102 Advanced Biochemistry and Molecular Biology BIO 104 Biophysics BIO 104L Biophysics Laboratory BIO 105 Enzymology BIO 105L Enzymology Laboratory BIO 107 Physical Biochemistry BIO 111 Cells, Tissues and Organs BIO 120 General Microbiology BIO 120L General Microbiology Laboratory BIO 122 Pathogenesis BIO 124 Microbial Evolution BIO 127 Virology BIO 130 Plant Biology BIO 134 Marine Sciences Theory and Practice BIO 142 Genome Biology BIO 143 Biodiversity BIO 144 Phylogenetics BIO 144L Phylogenetics Laboratory BIO 150 Embryos, Genes and Development BIO 151 Molecular Immunology BIO 151L Molecular Immunology Laboratory BIO 152 Cancer Genetics and Tumor Biology BIO 153 Evolution and Development BIO 160 Comparative Physiology BIO 160L Comparative Physiology Laboratory BIO 161 Human Physiology BIO 163 Endocrinology BIO 170 Neurobiology BIO 170L Neurobiology Laboratory BIO 175 Biostatistics BIO 180 Mathematical Modeling for Biology BIO 181 Introduction to Biomolecular Simulation BIO 183 Population Genetics II. Human Biology The Human Biology (HB) emphasis track provides students with a rich education in the scientific principles that underlie modern health sciences. This major is an excellent preparation for entrance into health-related professional careers including medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, genetic counseling, health education, public health, clinical psychology, epidemiology, environmental health sciences and health administration, among others. The Human Biology emphasis track also provides a strong foundation for careers in biomedical research, and includes the courses most broadly required for advanced study in health sciences. HUMAN BIOLOGY CORE COURSES [16 UNITS] Genetics (BIO 140) units Biochemistry I* (BIO 101) units Evolution (BIO 141) units Human Physiology (BIO 161) units *requires CHEM 100, a 3 unit course At least four courses chosen from the Human Biology elective list below:

3 One upper division Cognitive Science Course (requires COGS 001 or PSY 001) units Three additional courses units minimum Select one of the courses: ANTH 100 History of Anthropological Thought and Practice ANTH 114 Social Memory ANTH 120 Introduction to Medical Anthropology ANTH 121 Ethnomedicine ANTH 130 Archaeology of Colonialism ANTH 155 Paleodemography ANTH 160 Human Origins ANTH 162 Growth, Development and Human Evolution ANTH 169 Trends in Biological Anthropology ANTH 172 Ethnohistory BIO 104 Biophysics BIO 104L Biophysics Laboratory BIO 105 Enzymology BIO 107 Physical Biochemistry BIO 111 Cells, Tissues and Organs BIO 122 Microbial Pathogenesis BIO 123 Human Parasitology BIO 125 Emerging Public Health Threats BIO 127 Virology BIO 142 Genome Biology BIO 150 Embryos, Genes and Development BIO 151 Molecular Immunology BIO 151L Molecular Immunology Laboratory BIO 152 Cancer Genetics and Tumor Biology BIO Human Anatomy BIO 170 Neurobiology BIO 170L Neurobiology Laboratory BIO 175 Biostatistics BIO 180 Mathematical Modeling for Biology BIO 181 Introduction to Biomolecular Simulation COGS 101 Mind, Brain and Computation (requires COGS 001 or PSY 001) COGS 103 Introduction to Neural Networks in Cognitive Science (requires COGS 001 or PSY 001) PSY 121 Cognitive Psychology PSY 123 Alcohol, Drugs and Behavior PSY 130 Developmental Psychology PSY 140 Clinical Psychology PSY 145 Human Sexuality PSY 180 Physiological Psychology III. Ecology and Evolutionary Biology The Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB) emphasis track prepares students for careers in areas of biology that lead to a more comprehensive understanding of biological processes that range across the mechanistic, organismal, population, community and ecosystem levels. Ecology and Evolutionary Biology incorporates multidisciplinary approaches to address biological questions in an evolutionary framework. Areas of research in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology include behavioral ecology, biomechanics, comparative anatomy and physiology, conservation biology, developmental genetics, ecology, population genetics, plant biology, molecular evolution, organismal interactions (e.g., plant-animal), paleobiology, phylogenetics, quantitative genetics and systematics. ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY CORE COURSES [17 UNITS] Introduction to Molecular Biology (BIO 002) units Introduction to Molecular Biology Lab (BIO 002L) unit Genetics (BIO 140) units Evolution (BIO 141) units Ecology (BIO 148) units At least four courses chosen from the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology elective list below: One course with Field component units One course with Laboratory component units Two additional courses units minimum Select one of the courses: BIO 107 Physical Biochemistry BIO 111 Cells, Tissues, Organs BIO 124 Microbial Evolution BIO 134 Marine Sciences (F) BIO 142 Genome Biology (L) BIO 143 Biodiversity BIO 143F Biodiversity and the Tree of Life Field BIO 144 Phylogenetics BIO 144L Phylogenetics Laboratory BIO 146 Paleobiology BIO 147 Astrobiology

4 BIO 149 Conservation Biology BIO 149F Conservation Biology Laboratory (satisfies Field component requirement) BIO 153 Evolution & Development BIO 160 Comparative Physiology (L) BIO 162 Biomechanics BIO 163 Endocrinology BIO 163 L Endocrinology Laboratory BIO 170 Neurobiology BIO 170L Neurobiology Laboratory BIO 180 Mathematical Modeling for Biology BIO 181 Introduction to Biomolecular Simulation BIO 183 Population Genetics ESS 120 Introduction to Ecological and Environmental Microbiology ESS 124 Terrestrial Ecosystem Ecology ESS 128 Theoretical Ecology IV. Developmental Biology Developmental Biology (DB) emphasis track provides students with an understanding of the mechanisms that govern the generation of unique cell types and the assembly of cells into complex organisms. In addition to a strong foundation in genetics, cell biology and molecular biology, students can choose specialized courses covering topics such as immune system development, nervous system development, and the evolution of developmental mechanisms. Training in DB prepares students for careers in all aspects of the health sciences and biological research, particularly in the fields of stem cell biology, cancer biology, evolutionary biology, and regenerative medicine. DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY CORE COURSES [21 UNITS] Introduction to Molecular Biology (BIO 002) units Introduction to Molecular Biology Lab (BIO 002L) unit Genetics (BIO 140) units Evolution (BIO 141) units Embryos Genes and Development (BIO 150) units Quantitative Biology Elective units Quantitative Biology Elective list below: BIO 104 Biophysics BIO 105 Enzymology BIO 142 Genomics BIO 175 Biostatistics BIO 180 Mathematical Modeling for Biology BIO 181 Introduction to Biomolecular Modeling BIO 183 Population Genetics At least three courses chosen from the Developmental Biology elective list below: One course with Laboratory component units Two additional courses units minimum Select one of the courses: BIO 101 Biochemistry I BIO 102 Advanced Biochemistry and Molecular Biology BIO 104 Biophysics BIO 104 Biophysics Laboratory BIO 107 Physical Biochemistry BIO 111 Cells, Tissues and Organs BIO 120 General Microbiology BIO 120L General Microbiology Laboratory BIO 124 Microbial Evolution BIO 130 Plant Biology BIO 142 Genome Biology BIO 151 Molecular Immunology BIO 151L Molecular Immunology Laboratory BIO 152 Cancer Genetics and Tumor Biology BIO 153 Evolution and Development BIO 160 Comparative Physiology BIO 160L Comparative Physiology Laboratory BIO 161 Human Physiology BIO 163 Endocrinology BIO 164 Human Anatomy BIO 170 Neurobiology BIO 170L Neurobiology Lab BIO 180 Mathematical Modeling for Biology BIO 181 Introduction to Biomolecular Simulation BIOE 114 Tissue Engineering Design Recommended Elective Courses: at least one of the DB Elective Courses must be from this group. V. Microbiology and Immunology

5 Students in the Microbiology and Immunology (MBI) emphasis track study the diversity, structure, evolution, method of transmission, replication, epidemiology and mechanism of pathogenesis of microorganisms and their interplay with the host immune system. Related topics in bioterrorism, environmental microbiology, drug resistance, development of the immune system, applications in biotechnology and their political and socioeconomic ramifications are also explored. A student in the Microbiology and Immunology emphasis track will have many career options including work in research, education, the pharmaceutical industry, regulatory agencies or health-related professions. MICROBIOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY CORE COURSES [22 UNITS] Introduction to Molecular Biology (BIO 002) units Introduction to Molecular Biology Lab (BIO 002L) unit Biochemistry I* (BIO 101) units General Microbiology (BIO 120) units General Virology (BIO 127) units Molecular Immunology (BIO 151) units *Requires CHEM 100, a 3 unit course. One must be taken with the corresponding Laboratory component 1 unit. At least two courses chosen from the Microbiology and Immunology elective list below: Two additional courses units minimum Select one of the courses: BIO 102 Advanced Molecular Biology and Biochemistry BIO 105 Enzymology BIO 107 Physical Biochemistry BIO 111 Cells, Tissues and Organs BIO 122 Microbial Pathogenesis BIO 123 Human Parasitology BIO 124 Microbial Evolution BIO 125 Emerging Public Health Threats BIO 140 Genetics BIO 141 Evolution BIO 142 Genome Biology BIO 150 Embryos, Genes and Development BIO 152 Cancer Genetics and Tumor Biology BIO 154 Developmental Immunology BIO 170 Neurobiology BIO 180 Mathematical Modeling for Biology BIO 181 Introduction to Biomolecular Simulation Recommended Elective Courses: at least one of the MBI Elective Courses must be from this group. Program Learning Outcomes for the Biology Major Graduates from the Biological Sciences programs will have demonstrated: 1. An understanding of the tenets of modern biology and an understanding of how cellular functions are integrated from the molecular level to the cellular level, through to the level of organism and functioning ecosystems. 2. An ability to develop and critique hypotheses and to design experiments, models, and/or calculations to address these hypotheses. 3. The ability to use appropriate instrumentation and computational tools to collect, analyze and interpret data. 4. The ability to read, evaluate, interpret, and apply numerical and general scientific information. 5. A familiarity with and application of safety in good laboratory and field practices. SAMPLE PLAN FOR THE MOLECULAR AND CELL BIOLOGY EMPHASIS TRACK SEMESTER 1 BIO 001 Contemporary Biology 4 BIO 001L Contemporary Biology Lab 1 CORE 001 The World at Home 4 CHEM 002 General Chemistry I 4 Semester Units 13 SEMESTER 2 MATH 011 Calculus I 4 CHEM 010 General Chemistry II 4 WRI 010 College Reading and Composition 4 Freshman Seminar* 1 Semester Units 13 SEMESTER 3 BIO 002 Introduction to Molecular Biology 4 BIO 002L Introduction to Molecular Biology Lab 1 MATH 012 Calculus II 4 CHEM 008 Principles of Organic Chemistry 4 General Education Elective (Arts/Humanities) 4 SEMESTER 4 BIO 110 The Cell 4 Probability and Statistics 4

6 PHYS 018 Introductory Physics I for Biological Sciences 4 MATH 015 Introduction to Scientific Data Analysis 2 Semester Units 18 SEMESTER 5 BIO 140 Genetics 4 MCB Elective Course 4 PHYS 019 Introductory Physics II for Biological Sciences 4 General Education Elective (communication) 4 SEMESTER 6 BIO 141 Evolution 4 MCB Elective Course 4 CORE 100 The World at Home 4 General Education Elective (social sciences) 4 SEMESTER 7 MCB Elective Course (w/ Lab) 5 Computational Biology Elective 4 SEMESTER 8 MCB Elective Course 4 Science/Math/Engineering Elective 4 BIO 190 Research Seminar* 1 Total Program Units 123 * Optional courses for BIO major. The four-year plans presented in this catalog demonstrate the recommended sequencing and timing of the required and elective components within each major. In many cases, a student s academic background will require variations in the timing of the coursework listed in the plan. All students are expected to work with their academic advisor to find their best pathway through the degree requirements of their chosen program. SAMPLE PLAN FOR THE HUMAN BIOLOGY EMPHASIS TRACK SEMESTER 1 BIO 001 Contemporary Biology 4 BIO 001L Contemporary Biology Lab 1 CORE 001 The World at Home 4 CHEM 002 General Chemistry I 4 Semester Units 13 SEMESTER 2 MATH 011 Calculus I 4 CHEM 010 General Chemistry II 4 WRI 010 College Reading and Composition 4 Semester Units 12 SEMESTER 3 BIO 140 Genetics 4 CHEM 008 Principles of Organic Chemistry 4 MATH 012 Calculus II 4 General Education Elective (Arts/Humanities) 4 SEMESTER 4 CHEM 100 Organic Synthesis and Mechanism 3 PHYS 018 Introductory Physics I for Biological Sciences 4 MATH 015 Introduction to Scientific Data Analysis 2 Probability and Statistics 4 COGS 001 Introduction to Cognitive Science (fulfills Social Science GE)** 4 SEMESTER 5 BIO 101 Biochemistry I 4 HB Elective Course 4 PHYS 019 Introductory Physics II for Biological Sciences 4 General Education Elective (communication) 4

7 SEMESTER 6 BIO 110 The Cell 4 BIO 141 Evolution 4 UD Cognitive Science Course 4 CORE 100 The World at Home 4 SEMESTER 7 BIO 161 Human Physiology 5 HB Elective Course 4 SEMESTER 8 HB Elective Course 4 Math/Science/Engineering Elective 4 BIO 190 Research Seminar* 1 Total Program Units 121 * Optional courses for BIO major. ** Or PSY 001, Introduction to Psychology. COGS 001 is required to take COGS 101. The four-year plans presented in this catalog demonstrate the recommended sequencing and timing of the required and elective components within each major. In many cases, a student s academic background will require variations in the timing of the coursework listed in the plan. All students are expected to work with their academic advisor to find their best pathway through the degree requirements of their chosen program. SAMPLE PLAN FOR THE ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY EMPHASIS TRACK SEMESTER 1 BIO 001 Contemporary Biology 4 BIO 001L Contemporary Biology Lab 1 CHEM 002 General Chemistry I 4 CORE 001 The World at Home 4 Freshman Seminar* 1 SEMESTER 2 MATH 011 Calculus I 4 CHEM 010 General Chemistry II 4 WRI 010 College Reading and Composition 4 Computer Science Course** 2 SEMESTER 3 BIO 002 Introduction to Molecular Biology 4 BIO 002L Introduction to Molecular Biology Lab 1 MATH 012 Calculus II 4 CHEM 008 Principles of Organic Chemistry 4 General Education Elective (Arts/Humanities) 4 SEMESTER 4 BIO 110 The Cell 4 Probability and Statistics 4 PHYS 018 Introductory Physics I for Biological Sciences 4 General Education Elective (Social Sciences) 4 SEMESTER 5 BIO 141 Evolution 4 Elective EEB Course 4 PHYS 19 Introductory Physics II for Biological Sciences 4 SEMESTER 6 BIO 148 Introduction to Ecology 4 Elective EEB Course (w/ Lab) 5 CORE 100 The World at Home 4 General Education Elective (Communication) 4 SEMESTER 7

8 BIO 195 Research Projects in Biological Sciences* 1 Elective EEB Course (w/ Field) 5 SEMESTER 8 Elective EEB Course 5 Science/Math/Engineering Elective 4 BIO 190 Research Seminar* 1 Total Program Units 124 * Optional courses for BIO major. ** Satisfied by Math 015 or CSE 005. The four-year plans presented in this catalog demonstrate the recommended sequencing and timing of the required and elective components within each major. In many cases, a student s academic background will require variations in the timing of the coursework listed in the plan. All students are expected to work with their academic advisor to find their best pathway through the degree requirements of their chosen program. SAMPLE PLAN FOR THE DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY EMPHASIS TRACK SEMESTER 1 BIO 001 Contemporary Biology 4 BIO 001L Contemporary Biology Lab 1 CORE 001 The World at Home 4 CHEM 002 General Chemistry I 4 CORE 090X Freshman Seminar 1 SEMESTER 2 MATH 011 Calculus I 4 CHEM 010 General Chemistry II 4 WRI 010 College Reading and Composition 4 MATH 015 Introduction to Scientific Data Analysis 2 SEMESTER 3 BIO 002 Introduction to Molecular Biology 4 BIO 002L Introduction to Molecular Biology Lab 1 MATH 012 Calculus II 4 CHEM 008 Principles of Organic Chemistry 4 General Education Elective (Arts/Humanities) 4 SEMESTER 4 BIO 110 The Cell 4 Probability and Statistics 4 PHYS 018 Introductory Physics I for Biological Sciences 4 SEMESTER 5 BIO 140 Genetics 4 DB Elective Course 4 PHYS 019 Introductory Physics II for Biological Sciences 4 General Education Elective (communication) 4 SEMESTER 6 BIO 141 Evolution 4 BIO 150 Embryos, Genes and Development 4 CORE 100 The World at Home 4 General Education Elective (social sciences) 4 SEMESTER 7 DB Elective Course (w/ Lab) 5 Computational Biology Elective 4 SEMESTER 8 DB Elective Course 4

9 Science/Math/Engineering Elective 4 BIO 190 Research Seminar* 1 Total Program Units 122 * Optional courses for BIO major. The four-year plans presented in this catalog demonstrate the recommended sequencing and timing of the required and elective components within each major. In many cases, a student s academic background will require variations in the timing of the coursework listed in the plan. All students are expected to work with their academic advisor to find their best pathway through the degree requirements of their chosen program. SAMPLE PLAN FOR THE MICROBIOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY EMPHASIS TRACK SEMESTER 1 BIO 001 Contemporary Biology 4 BIO 001L Contemporary Biology Lab 1 CORE 001 The World at Home 4 CHEM 002 General Chemistry I 4 Freshman Seminar* 1 SEMESTER 2 MATH 011 Calculus I 4 CHEM 010 General Chemistry II 4 WRI 010 College Reading and Composition 4 MATH 015 Introduction to Scientific Data Analysis 2 SEMESTER 3 BIO 002 Introduction to Molecular Biology 4 BIO 002L Introduction to Molecular Biology Lab 1 MATH 012 Calculus II 4 CHEM 008 Principles of Organic Chemistry 4 General Education Elective (Arts/Humanities) 4 SEMESTER 4 BIO 110 The Cell 4 Probability and Statistics 4 CHEM 100 Organic Synthesis and Mechanism 3 SEMESTER 5 BIO 101 Biochemistry I 4 BIO 120 General Microbiology 4 (or 5) PHYS 018 Introductory Physics I for Biological Sciences 4 General Education Elective (communication) 4 (or 17) SEMESTER 6 BIO 127 General Virology 4 PHYS 019 Introductory Physics II for Biological Sciences 4 CORE 100 The World at Home 4 SEMESTER 7 BIO 151 Molecular Immunology 4 (or 5) MBI Elective Course 4 General Education Elective (social sciences) 4 (or 15) SEMESTER 8 MBI Elective Course 4 Science/Math/Engineering Elective 4 BIO 190 Research Seminar* 1 Total Program Units 122 * Optional courses for BIO major.

10 The four-year plans presented in this catalog demonstrate the recommended sequencing and timing of the required and elective components within each major. In many cases, a student s academic background will require variations in the timing of the coursework listed in the plan. All students are expected to work with their academic advisor to find their best pathway through the degree requirements of their chosen program.

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