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1 Biochemistry - Pre-Health Science Track BS Degree Completion Checklist Last Name First Name: _ GT ID #_ Catalog Year Date Term of graduation Departmental Approval _ Total Semester Credit Hours Required for Graduation = 122 Total Semester Credit Hours Acquired by Student = Health Science Requirement: 2 hours APPH 1040 or 1050 Mathematics Requirements: 8 hours MATH 1501 (4) MATH 1502 (4) or MATH 15X2 _ + MATH Fall 2015 MATH MATH 1551 (2) MATH 1552 (4) MATH 155 (2) Physics Requirements: 8 hours PHYS 2211 PHYS 2212 Freshmen Biology Requirement: 8 hours BIOL 1520 Computer Science Requirement: hours CS 101, 115 or 171 _ (circle one) Freshman English: 6 hours ENGL 1101 ENGL 1102 Humanities: 6 hours Social Sciences: 9 hours Constitution/History Requirement: hours Global* US*_ *2 Overlay courses required (US and Global Perspective). Several humanities, social science, constitution/history courses satisfy the requirement. See the following link Major Required Courses: 41 hours CHEM 1211K CHEM 1212K CHEM 2211 CHEM 211 CHEM 212 CHEM 280 CHEM 211 CHEM 71 CHEM 411 CHEM 4511 CHEM 4512 CHEM 4581 CHEM 4582 Pre-Health Science Electives: 15 hours Free Electives: 1 hours minimum GT 1000 (1) Approved Substitutions: for for for

2 Instructions: Please fill in all blanks with correct course numbers and grades. For courses taken more than one time, please record all grades received in the appropriate blanks. If you are currently taking the course or planning to take the course during your graduating term, please indicate with either N for Present Schedule (this term), or L for Final Schedule (next term, if applicable). Your N or L indicated courses must be the same as the courses recorded under sections 16 & 17 of your degree petition. US and Global Perspective: two Overlay Areas, US Perspectives and Global Perspectives are part of the Core Curriculum. Some Humanities courses also carry the Global Perspectives attribute. These courses may be used to satisfy both HUM and GP areas. See the Registrar's website for a detailed listing of courses that overlap and satisfiy Humanities, Social Science, Constitutional / History and the US and Global Prespectives requirement. Pass/Fail Status: Only free electives may be taken on a pass/fail basis. The maximum number of pass/fail hours permitted in an undergraduate program of study depends upon the number of semester credit hours that will be completed at Georgia Tech, as follows: See next pages for Pre-Health Electives and Suggested Pre-Health Free Electives BS Biochemistry - Pre-Health Science page 2 (continued on next page)

3 B.S. in Biochemistry pre-health science track The Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry degree Pre-Health Science option provides a combination of required and elective courses that ensure a strong foundation in the chemical and biological sciences while providing the flexibility to tailor a curriculum that satisfies specific interests or career goals within the health-related professions. This curriculum meets the admission requirements for medical, pharmacy, dental, veterinary, physical therapy or graduate school. The judicious use of pre-health science electives, social science electives and suggested free electives enables students to build a foundation for further study that incorporates topics from chemical and biomolecular engineering, bioinformatics (computing), biomedical engineering, and biology. Degree requirement: TOTAL = 120 Hours plus 2 Hours Wellness Requirement Typical Program of Study: 1st Year 2nd Year rd Year 4th Year First Semester CHEM 1211K (4) MATH 1551 (2) ENGL 1101 () (4) GT 1000 (1) Sub-Total (14) CHEM 2211 () CHEM 211 () Pre-Health Elec.** () PHYS 2211 (4) MATH 155 (2) CHEM 411 () CHEM 4511 () CHEM 71 (2) Pre-Health Elec.** () Core Elective* () Core Elective* (2) Sub-Total (16) CHEM 4582 () Core Elective* () Pre-Health Elec.** () Free Electives*** (6) Chemical Principles I Differential Calculus English Composition I Biological Principles Freshmen Seminar Quantitative Anal. Lab Organic Chemistry I Introduction to Physics I Intro Linear Algebra Physical Chemistry I Biochemistry I Organic Chemistry Lab Wellness Requirement Second Semester CHEM 1212K (4) MATH 1552 (4) ENGL 1102 () BIOL 1520 (4) CHEM 212 () CHEM 280 (2) PHYS 2212 (4) Core Elective* () Core Elective* () Chemical Principles I Integral Calculus English Composition I Intro Organismal Biol Organic Chemistry II Synthesis Lab I Introduction to Physics II CHEM 4512 () Biochemistry II CHEM 4581 () Biochemistry Lab I Pre-Health Elec.** () Core Elective* () Core Elective* () Biochemistry Lab II CHEM 211 (5) Pre-Health Elec.** () Free Electives*** (6) Core Electives*() Sub-Total (17) Analytical Chemistry Lab See next pages for Social Science, Pre-Health and Free Electives Revised 9/14/2015 B.S. in Biochemistry pre-health science track Page 1

4 * Core Electives Note that most core electives are credits with the exception of APPH 1040 or Within the core electives both the US Perspective and Global Perspective requirements must be satisfied. Wellness requirement (2 credits): APPH 1040 or APPH 1050 (credit not allowed for both) CS 101Intro to Computing, 115 Intro Media Computation, or 171 Comp Eng. (); Humanities electives (6 credits required); there are many HUM electives Social Science electives (9 credits required); there are many SS electives Some Pre-health suggestions might include: SOC 1101 Intro to Sociology ( credits) PSYC 1101 General Psychology ( credits) PSYC 210 Human Development ( credits) Pre-req PSYC 1101 PSYC 220 Abnormal Psychology ( credits) Pre-req PSYC 1101 PSYC 2020 Psychological Statistics ( credits) Pre-req PSYC 2105 and MATH 1552 History / constitutional / legislative elective ( credits): HIST 2111, HIST 2112, POL 1101, INTA 1200, or PUBP 000; (Credit not allowed for both INTA 1200 and POL 1101). **Pre-Health Science Electives Pre-Health Science Electives (15 credits required) Please note that it will be beneficial to take some Pre-Health electives pre-mcat exam (marked with +) and some pre-medical school. APPH 75 Anatomy ( credits) Pre-reqs BIOL 1520 and CHEM 1211K APPH 754 Anatomy Lab (1 credit) Pre-req with concurrency: APPH 75 APPH 755 Human Physiology ( credits) Pre-req: APPH 75 APPH 756 Human Physiology Lab (1 credit) Pre-req: APPH 75 and with concurrency APPH 755 APPH 4400 Human Neuroanatomy ( credits) Pre-req: None BIOL 244+ Genetics ( credits) - Pre-req: BIOL 450+ Cellular and Mol. Biology ( credits) Pre-req: and CHEM 211 BIOL 80+ Introduction to Microbiology ( credits) Pre-req: and CHEM 1211K BIOL 4015 Cancer Biology and Technology ( credits) Pre-req: or CHEM 1212K BIOL 440 Medical Microbiology ( credits) - Pre-req: BIOL 80 BIOL 4464 Developmental Biology ( credits) Pre-reqs: BIOL 244 and BIOL 450 BIOL 4570 Immunology & Immunochem ( credits) - Pre-reqs: BIOL 244 and BIOL 450 BIOL 4650 Bioethics ( credits) - Pre-req: CHEM 4521 Biophysical Chemistry ( credits) Pre-reqs: CHEM 411 and CHEM 4511 CHEM 4765 Drug Design, Dev, Delivery ( credits) CHEM 4511 Revised 9/14/2015 B.S. in Biochemistry pre-health science track Page 2

5 ***Free Electives Free electives may be any GT courses. Only Free Electives may be taken as Pass / Fail grade mode (up to 9 hours total). GT 1000 Freshmen Seminar (1 credit) is recommended for all incoming freshmen Pre-health free elective suggestions may include, but are not limited to the following: Statistics (MGT 2250, BIOL 2400, BIOL 4401, PSYC 2020 or MATH 215) APPH 000 Survey of Medicine ( credits) Pre-reqs: and CHEM 211 APPH 500 Nutrition and Health (2 credits) Pre-req: APPH 1040 APPH 751 Anatomy and Physiology ( credits) Pre-reqs: and CHEM 1212K APPH 4100 Exercise Physiology ( credits) Pre-req: APPH 751 APPH 4200 Kinesiology ( credits) Pre-reqs:, MATH 1552 APPH 4400 Human Neuroanatomy ( credits) Pre-req: None APPH 4600 Muscle Structure and Plasticity ( credits) Pre-req: BIOL 2802 Atlanta Zoo Internship (pre-vet only) (2 credits) BIOL 4801 Special Topics Bioethics Advanced Reading (1 credit) Pre-req: BIOL 4650 BIOL 4802 Special Topics Drug Discovery (2 credits) BIOL 4607 Molecular Microbiology (Molecular Biology of Microbes: Disease, Nature, and Biotechnology) ( credits) Pre-req: 1510 BIOL 480X Special Topics (The following Special Topics courses are taught regularly and maybe be converted to permanent course numbers in the future) 1. BIOL 4802 Drug Discovery (2 credits) 2. BIOL 480 Health, Genes, and Society ( credits). BIOL 480 Virology ( credits) 4. BIOL 480 Biological Basis for Public Health ( credits) HTS 2080 Intro Hist Disease and Med Pre-req: None HTS 070 Culture and Society Pre-req: None HTS 086 Sociology of Health and Medicine Pre-req: None HTS 087 History of Medicine Pre-req: None HTS 088 Race Medicine and Science Pre-req: None LMC 200 Intro Biomedicine and Culture ( credits) pre-req: ENGL 1102 LMC 219 Literature and Medicine ( credits) pre-req: ENGL 1102 Revised 9/14/2015 B.S. in Biochemistry pre-health science track Page

6 LMC 18 Biomedicine and Culture ( credits) pre-req: ENGL 1102 LMC 40 Tech Communications Pre-req: ENGL 1102 MGT 662 Management in Healthcare Sector Pre-req: ENGL 1102 PSYC 220 Abnormal Psychology ( credits) Pre-req: PSYC 1101 PSYC 011 Cognitive Psychology ( credits) Pre-req: PSYC 2020 PSYC 020 Biopsychology ( credits) Pre-reqs: PSYC 1101 and BIOL 1520 PSYC 4090 Cognitive Neuroscience ( credits) Pre-reqs: PSYC 011 PSYC 4100 Behavioral Pharmacology ( credits) Pre-reqs PSYC 1101, BIOL 1520 & CHEM 1212K Free Electives: Pass-fail only allowed for Free Electives. Revised 9/14/2015 B.S. in Biochemistry pre-health science track Page 4

7 **Pre-Health Science Electives Course Number APPH 75 or BIOL 75 APPH 754 or BIOL 754 APPH 755 or BIOL 755 APPH 756 or BIOL 756 Course Title Credit Hours Anatomy Anatomy lab 1 Pre-requisites BIOL 1520 CHEM 1211K APPH 75 with concurrency Semesters offered Human Physiology APPH 75 Spring only Human Physiology Lab 1 APPH 755 with concurrency Spring only BIOL 244+ Genetics BIOL 80+ BIOL 450+ BIOL 4015 BIOL 440 BIOL 4464 BIOL 4570 Intro. to microbiology Cellular and molecular biology Cancer biology and technology Medical microbiology Developmental biology Immunology and Immunochemistry CHEM 1211K CHEM 211 BIOL 1212K BIOL 80 BIOL 244 BIOL 450 BIOL 244 BIOL 450 Fall, spring, summer Fall, spring Fall, spring Spring only CHEM 4521 CHEM 4765 Biophysical Chemistry Drug design, development, delivery CHEM 4511 and CHEM 411 Fall, Spring only CHEM 4511 Spring only Revised 9/8/2015

8 **Free Electives Course Number Course Title Credit Hours Pre-requisites APPH 000 Survey of Medicine CHEM 211 APPH 500 Nutrition and health 2 APPH 1040 APPH 751 Anatomy and physiology CHEM 1212K APPH 4100 Exercise physiology APPH 751 APPH 4200 Kinesiology MATH 1552 Semesters offered Spring only APPH 4600 Muscle structure and plasticity Spring only APPH 4600 Muscle structure and plasticity Spring only BIOL 2802 Atlanta zoo internship 2 None BIOL 4560 Bioethics BIOL 4607 Molecular Microbiology HTS 2080 Intro. to history of disease and medicine None HTS 070 Culture and Society None HTS 086 Sociology of Health and Medicine None Spring only HTS 087 History of Medicine None HTS 088 Race Medicine and Science None LMC 200 Intro. to biomedicine and culture ENGL 1102 Spring only LMC 219 Literature and medicine ENGL 1102 Fall and spring LMC 18 Biomedicine and culture ENGL 1102 LMC 40 Technical communications* ENGL 1102 Fall and spring MGT 662 Management in Healthcare Sector ENGL 1102 PSYC 220 Abnormal psychology PSYC 1101 Fall and spring PSCY 011 Cognitive psychology PSYC 2020 Fall and spring PSYC 020 Biopsychology PSYC 1101 BIOL 1520 Fall and spring PSYC 4090 PSYC 4100 Cognitive neuroscience Behavioral pharmacology PSYC 011 PSYC 1101 BIOL 1520 CHEM 1212K *Public speaking is required for pre-pharmacy Revised 9/8/2015

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