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Pre-2021 Electives

This is a list of all electives available for the BS and pre-2021 BA and the Environmental Studies minor (click degree name for checksheet). Not all courses are offered every semester, and there may be some discrepancies between this list and the OU catalog. Click for a list of electives offered Spring 2022. Please contact the Environmental Studies advisor with any questions about which courses count as Environmental Studies electives.

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Category Key:

  • #NS: Natural Sciences
  • #HU: Humanities
  • #SS: Social Sciences
  • #SK: Skills
  • #MS: Major Support
CategoryCourse TitleGenEd TypePrerequisites
#NSAGSC 1013: Interdisc. Perspect. on Extr. Weather & Climate  
#NSAGSC 2014: The Earth SystemII.  Natural Science w/labNone
#NS
ANTH 2503: Intro to Biological AnthropologyNoneSophomore standing or 3 credit hours in ANTH or concurrent enrollment in 3 credit hours of ANTH or permission of the instructor
#NSANTH 2533: Exploring Human Evolution  
#NSANTH 3203: Introduction to Biological AnthropologyNone Sophomore standing or 3 credit hours in ANTH or concurrent enrollment in 3 credit hours of ANTH or permission of the instructor
#NSBIOL 1003: Contemporary Issues in BiologyNoneNone
#NSBIOL 1005: Concepts in BiologyII. Natural Science w/labNone, but high school or college chemistry is recommended
#NSBIOL 1013: Introduction to BiologyII.  Natural ScienceNone
#NSBIOL 1134: Evolution/Ecology/Diversity with LabII. Natural Science w/labLife science majors only
#NSBIOL 2013: Evolution ZOO/BIOL 1124, or ZOO/BIOL 1114 and ZOO/BIOL 1121; and Biology 1134
#NSBIOL 2103: Everyday EvolutionII. Natural ScienceSophomore standing
#NSBIOL 2404: Ecology/Env. Quality with LabII. Natural Science w/labSophomore standing
#NSBIOL 3053: Biology of Invertebrates  
#NSBIOL 3403: Principles of EcologyNoneBIOL 1114 and BIOL 1121, or BIOL 1134, or PBIO 1114
#NSBIOL 3463: Water & Ecol. Sustainability (cross listed with ENST 3463)NoneJunior standing and English 1213 or Expository Writing 1213, BIOL 1114 or BIOL 1124 or BIOL 1134, or permission of instructor
#NSBIOL 3563: Biological ConservationNoneBIOL 1114 and BIOL 1121, or BIOL 1134, or BOT/PBIO 1114
#NSBIOL 3990/4990: Inter. Conservation Biology  
#NSBIOL 4063/5063: Field HerpetologyNoneTwo college science courses that include a laboratory, one of which should be in biological sciences or permission of UOBS Director
#NSBIOL 4423/5423: Stream EcologyNoneZOO/BIOL 1124, or ZOO/BIOL 1114 and ZOO/BIOL 1121; and Biology 1134; junior or senior standing, or permission of instructor
#NSBIOL 4433/5433: Freshwater Fish EcologyNoneTwo college science courses that include a laboratory, one of which should be in biological sciences or permission of UOBS Director
#NSBIOL 4463: Ecology of Lakes (4471 Lab)  
#NSBIOL 4493: Ichthyology  
#NSBIOL 4573: Conservation GeneticsNone3333 or permission of the instructor
#NSBIOL 4583: Field Studies: Biol. ConservationNoneTwo college science courses that include a laboratory, one of which should be in biological sciences, or permission of director
#NSBIOL 4663/5663: Advanced LimnologyNoneBIOL 4423 or BIOL 5423, or BIOL 4463, or permission of instructor
#NSBIOL 4970: Research in EcologyNonePermission of instructor and department
#NSBIOL 4970: Reservoir Fish EcologyNonePermission of instructor and department
#NSBIOL 4970: Reservoir EcologyNonePermission of instructor and department
#NSBIOL 4970: Freshwater Fish EcologyNonePermission of instructor and department
#NSBIOL 4970: Preserv. & Conserv. Water ResNonePermission of instructor and department
#NSBIOL 4970: Wetlands Ecology (via CEES)NonePermission of instructor and department
#NSBIOL 5483: Fish Ecology  
#NSBIOL 5494: Biology of Fishes  
#NSBIOL 5693: Fisheries Management  
#NSCEES 2223: Fluid MechanicsNone2113 or AME 2113 or PE 2113, and Math 3113 or concurrent enrollment
#NSCEES 2313: Water Quality FundamentalsNoneCHEM 1415, MATH 2423 or MATH 2924
#NSCEES 2323: Environ. Transport & Fate ProcNone2313
#NSCEES 3213: Water Resources EngineeringNone2223 or permission of instructor
#NSCEES 3243: Water & Wastewater Trt DesignNoneCEES 2223
#NSCEES 3251: WaTER Center Integrated SemNonePermission of instructor
#NSCEES 4114: Aquatic ChemistryNoneCHEM 1415 and CEES 2323 or permission of instructor
#NSCEES 4234: Applied Environ. Microbiol.  
#NSCEES 4273: WaTER Tech. Field Methods  
#NSCEES 4324: Environ. Biology & EcologyNoneCEES 2323
#NSCEES 4463: Environmental Eval & Mgmt.  
#NSCEES 4603: Environmental Protection  
#NSCEES 4863: Environmental Assess. Methods  
#NSCEES 4943: Air Quality ManagementNoneCEES 2323 or CEES 2223 or instructor permission
#NSCHEM 4503: Appl. Oceanogr. (also GE 4503)  
#NSENST 2203: Ecosystem Impacts of Climate Change (also fulfills Gen. Ed. Natural Science requirement)NoneNone
#NSENST 2703: Issues in EnvironmentalismNoneENST 1013
#NSENST 3263: EcotourismNoneENST 1013 or ENST 2623, junior standing, or permission of instructor
#NSENST 3303: Food Agriculture & EnvironmentNoneJunior standing or permission of the instructor
#NSENST 3313: Gardening, Community, & the EnvironmentNoneJunior standing or permission of instructor
#NSENST 3423: Anthropogenic Contaminants & Environmental Health (Human Health, Man-Made Contam. & the Environment)NoneJunior standing or permission of instructor
#NSENST 3463: Water & Ecol. Sustainability (cross listed with BIOL 3463)II. Natural ScienceNone
#NSENST 3503: Energy, Climate & the EnvironmentNoneJunior standing or permission of instructor
#NSENST 3603: Wildlife Conserv. & the Global Persp.NoneJunior standing or permission of instructor
#NSENST 3663: Hot Topics in Wildlife ConservationNoneENST 2623 or ENST 3613 or permission of adviser or instructor
#NSENST 3713: Nature in the City (Ecol. of Urban Habitats)NoneJunior standing or permission of instructor
#NSENST 3800: Environmental InternshipNoneJunior standing and permission of IPE coordinator
#NSENST 3913: Special Topics: Ecol. LiteracyNoneJunior standing or permission of instructor
#NSENST 3913: Special Topics: Hot Topics in ConservationNoneJunior standing or permission of instructor
#NSENST 3913: Special Topics: Ecol. Climate ChangeNoneJunior standing or permission of instructor
#NSENST 3913: Special Topics: Ecol. of Urban HabitatsNoneJunior standing or permission of instructor
#NSENST 3913: Special Topics: Intro to Ecol. RestorationNoneJunior standing or permission of instructor
#NSGEOG 4285: BiogeographyNoneJunior or senior standing
#NSGEOG 4293: Hydrological ScienceNoneMath 1823 or 1914 and either Physics 2414, 2514 or Chemistry 1315
#NSGEOG 4343: Climate, History & SocietyII. Natural ScienceJunior standing or permission of instructor
#NSGEOL 1024: History of the Earth & LifeII. Natural Science w/labNone
#NSGEOL 1034: Native Sci. & Earth Systems of N. Amer.II. Natural Science w/labNone
#NSGEOL 1104: The Dynamic EarthII. Natural Science w/labNone
#NSGEOL 1114: Physical Geol. for Sci. & Eng. MajorsII. Natural Science w/labEquivalent knowledge of high school chemistry, algebra and trigonometry
#NSGEOL 2004: Evolution of the Earth System  
#NSGEOL 2014: The Earth SystemII. Natural Science w/labNone
#NSGEOL 3033: Earth Resource and EnvironmentII. Natural ScienceJunior standing or permission of instructor
#NSGEOL 3154: Environmental GeologyNoneGEOL 1104 or GEOL 1114 or permission
#NSGEOL 3633: Introduction to OceanographyII. Natural ScienceNone
#NS
GEOL 4533: Earth’s Past ClimateNoneSenior or graduate standing, or permission of instructor
#NSGEOL 4633: HydrogeologyNoneMATH 2924 or MATH 2443, PHYS 2524, senior standing in geology, or permission of instructor
#NSMBIO 2815: Intro to Microbiology with LabII. Natural Science w/labOne course in college chemistry
#NSMBIO 4810: Marine MicrobiologyNoneTwo courses in Microbiology and permission of instructor
#NSMBIO 4883: Water Microbiology LaboratoryNoneMBIO 3812 and MBIO 3813
#NSMETR 1014: Intro. Weather & ClimateII. Natural Science w/labNone
#NSMETR 2603: Severe and Unusual WeatherII. Natural ScienceNone
#NSMETR 4553: Climate & Renewable EnergyNoneJunior standing
#NSPBIO 2404: Ecol./Environ. Qual.II. Natural Science w/labSophomore standing
#NSPBIO 3163: Economic BotanyIV. Western Culture1114, or Biology 1134, or Biology 1005, or any introductory biology course
#NSPBIO 3453: Principles of Plant Ecology (PBIO 3451, Lab)NonePBIO 1114 or BIOL 1134
#NSPBIO 3534: Flowering PlantsNone1114 or six hours of biology or permission of instructor
#NSPBIO 3563: Biological ConservationNoneBIOL 1114 and BIOL 1121, or BIOL 1134, or BOT/PBIO 1114
#NSPBIO 3953: Global Change BiologyNonePBIO 1114
#NSPBIO 4553: Plant GeographyNone3453, 3534, or permission of instructor
#NSPBIO 4623: Ecosystem EcologyNone3453 Or Equivalent
#NSPBIO 4810: Climate Change BiologyNoneTwo courses in botany and permission
#HUENGL 3113: Nature/Environment/Science WritingIV. Western CultureENGL 1213 or EXPO 1213
#HUENGL 3153: Technical WritingNone1213 and Engineering or hard science majors only
#HUENST 3633: Wilderness PhilosophyNoneJunior standing or permission of instructor
#HUENST 3723: Phil. Issues in Ecology. RestorationNoneENGL 1213 or EXPO 1213, junior standing or permission of instructor
#HUENST 3800: Environmental InternshipNoneJunior standing and permission of IPE coordinator
#HUENST 3913: Wilderness PhilosophyNoneJunior standing or permission of instructor
#HUHIST 3173: History of the Great Plains (*If taken before Spring 2019-course content changed) HIST 1483 or HIST 1493 or junior standing or permission of instructor
#HUHIST 3383: History of the American WestIV. Western CultureNone
#HUHIST 3493: American Environmental HistoryIV. Western CultureNone
#HUHIST 4553: Environmental History of Latin AmericaIV. World CultureENGL 1213 or EXPO 1213
#HUHIST 6400: Race and the Environment (Graduate Level)NoneGraduate standing with permission
#HUHIST 6700: Enviro Hist of China (Graduate Level)NoneGraduate standing
#HUHSCI 1113: Science, Nature & Society: Hist. PerspectivesIV. Western CultureNone
#HUHSCI 2133: Science & Popular CultureIV. Western CultureNone
#HUHSCI 2423: Soc. & Eth. Issues in Sci., Tech., Environ. & Med.IV. Western CultureNone
#HUHSCI 3023: History of Science Since the 17th CenturyIV. Western CultureJunior standing, or completion of one History of Science lower-division course, or permission of instructor
#HUHSCI 3333: Technology and Society in World HistoryIV. Western CultureJunior standing, or completion of one History of Science lower-division course, or permission of instructor
#HUHSCI 3473: History of Ecology & EnvironmentalismIV. Western CultureJunior standing, or completion of one History of Science lower-division course, or permission of instructor
#HUHSCI 3483: Technology, Politics, & Int’l DevelopmentIV. World CultureJunior standing, or completion of one History of Science lower-division course, or permission of instructor
#HUHSCI 3533: Science and Global PoliticsIV. Western CultureJunior standing
#HULSTD 4700: World Religions and EcologyNoneJunior standing or permission from CLS adviser
#HULSTD 4163: World Religions & EcologyIV. World CultureJunior standing or permission from academic advisor
#HUMLLL 1013: Introduction to French and the Francophone WorldIV. Western CultureNone
#HUNAS 3113: Native American PhilosophyIV. World CultureJunior standing or permission of instructor
#HUPHIL 3293: Environmental EthicsIV. Western CultureJunior standing or permission of instructor
#HUPHIL 3633: The Nature of Science  
#SSANTH 1913: Plagues & PeopleIII. Social ScienceNone
#SSANTH 2203: Peoples of the WorldIV. World CultureNone
#SSANTH 2253: Human and Animal InteractionIV. World CultureNone
#SSANTH 2643: Anthropology of Diet, Health, & Disease  
#SSANTH 4103: People & Plants  
#SSANTH 4143: Econ. & Culture: Prod., Exch., & Consump.  
#SSARCH 4363: Sustainability: Ethics, Effic., Comm. & Design  
#SSCEES 2103: Energy & the Environment  
#SSECON 3213: Environmental EconomicsNoneA grade of C or better in ECON 1123
#SSENST 1013: Consumption & the Environ.III. Social ScienceNone
#SSENST 2003: Environmentally Conscious Living: Water Resources AdvocacyNoneNone
#SSENST 2023: American Environmental PerspectiveNoneSophomore standing or permission of instructor
#SSENST 2623: Human Wildlife InteractionsNoneSophomore standing or permission of instructor
#SSENST 2703: Issues in EnvironmentalismNoneENST 1013
#SSENST 3003: Nature & CultureNoneJunior standing or permission of instructor
#SSENST 3013: Globalization, Culture, & the Environment  
#SSENST 3023: Psych. EnvironmentalismNoneJunior standing or permission of instructor
#SSENST 3103: Sustainable Business & the Environment  
#SSENST 3203: Sprawl & the EnvironmentNoneJunior standing or permission of instructor
#SSENST 3213: Law & the EnvironmentNoneJunior standing or permission of instructor
#SSENST 3223: Environmental JusticeNoneJunior standing or permission of instructor
#SSENST 3233: Sustainable Communities  
#SSENST 3243: Introduction to Water LawNoneEnglish 1213/Expository Writing 1213, junior standing or permission of instructor
#SSENST 3263: EcotourismNoneENST 1013 or ENST 2623, junior standing, or permission of instructor
#SSENST 3303: Food, Agric., & the Environ.NoneJunior standing or permission of the instructor
#SSENST 3413: Human Health, Disease, & the EnvironmentNoneJunior standing or permission of the instructor
#SSENST 3423: Human Health, Man-Made Contam. & the Environ. (Anthropogenic Contaminants & Environmental Health)NoneJunior standing or permission of instructor
#SSENST 3613: Politics of Wildlife Conserv.NoneJunior standing or permission of instructor
#SSENST 3623: Human-Wildlife Interactions  
#SSENST 3653: Community ConservationNoneJunior standing or permission of instructor
#SSENST 3663: Hot Topics in Wildlife ConservationNoneENST 2623 or ENST 3613 or permission of adviser or instructor
#SSENST 3726: Phil. Issues in Ecology. Restoration  
#SSENST 3743: Biological Invasions and SocietyNoneJunior standing or permission of instructor
#SSENST 3800: Environmental InternshipNoneJunior standing and permission of IPE coordinator
#SSENST 3913: Environment & SocietyNoneNone
#SSENST 4003: Practicum on Environ. Issues  
#SSENT 3193: Fundam. Social EntrepreneurshipNoneENT 3113 or permission
#SSGEOG 1013: Global Environmental ChangeNoneNone
#SSGEOG 1024: History of the Earth and LifeII. Natural Science w/labNone
#SSGEOG 1103: Human GeographyIV. Western CultureNone
#SSGEOG 1114: Physical GeographyII. Natural Science w/labNone
#SSGEOG 1203: Global Environmental IssuesIII. Social ScienceNone
#SSGEOG 2603: World Regional GeographyIV. Western CultureNone
#SSGEOG 3003: Interpreting Planet EarthIII. Social ScienceJunior standing or permission of instructor
#SSGEOG 3233: Principles of SustainabilityNoneJunior standing or permission of instructor
#SSGEOG 2253: Environmental ConservationIII. Social ScienceNone
#SSGEOG 3443: Environment & SocietyIII. Social ScienceJunior standing or permission of instructor
#SSGEOG 3563: Geography of Nat. Resources  
#SSGEOG 4003: Global City & Planning IssuesNoneEnglish 1213 and junior standing
#SSGEOG 3843: Gender & the EnvironmentIII. Social ScienceJunior standing or permission of instructor
#SSGEOG 4273: Regional ClimatologyII. Natural ScienceJunior standing or permission of instructor
#SSGEOG 4283: BiogeographyNoneJunior or senior standing
#SSGEOG 4333: Corporate Environmental StrategyNoneJunior standing or permission of instructor
#SSGEOG 4343: Climate, History, & SocietyII. Natural ScienceJunior standing or permission of instructor
#SSGEOG 4443: Urban Ecology  
#SSGEOG 4513: Applied ClimatologyNoneMATH 1823 and PHYS 2514
#SSGEOG 4583: Renewable Energy ResourcesNoneJunior standing or permission of instructor
#SSNAS 3313: Introduction to Native Peoples & SustainabilityNoneJunior standing
#SSPSC 3020: Sci., Tech., and Public Policy  
#SSPSC 3133: Politics & Public AdministrationIII. Social Science1113 and sophomore standing
#SSPSC 3193: Nonprofits & GovernmentNoneP SC 1113
#SSPSC 3233: Environ. Policy & Admin.None1113
#SSPSC 3403: Interest Groups & Social MovementsNoneNone
#SSPSC 4213: Regulatory PolicyNoneP SC 1113
#SSSOC 3643: Population & SocietyNoneSOC 1113 or permission of instructor
#SSSOSC 4893: Environment, Ecology & SocietyNoneSOC 1113 or permission of instructor
#SSWGS 3123: Social Justice & Social ChangeIV. Western CultureW S 1003 or junior standing
#SSWGS 3493: Gender & the Environment  
#SKACCT 2113: Fundamental Financial AccountingNoneBusiness majors and students enrolled in approved degree programs or by permission of Price College advising
#SKARCH 4353: LEED SeminarNoneSenior standing
#SKCOMM 1113: Principles of CommunicationI. CommunicationsNone
#SKCOMM 2003: Communication in Non-Western CultureIV. World CultureNone
#SKCOMM 2113: Business and Professional CommunicationI. CommunicationsNone
#SKCOMM 2513: Introduction to StatisticsI. MathematicsMathematics 0123 or a satisfactory score on the math placement test
#SKCOMM 2613: Public SpeakingI. CommunicationsNone
#SKCEES 4243: Water Tech. Emerging RegionsNone2223 or 2323 or equivalent or instructor permission
#SKCEES 4253: Statistics and ProbabilityNoneMATH 2423 or 2924 and PHYS 2524 or 2424
#SKECON 1113: Principles of Macro-EconomicsIII. Social ScienceSatisfactory score on the Math placement test, or, for incoming freshmen direct from high school, satisfactory score on the ACT/SAT
#SKECON 1123: Principles of Economics-MicroIII. Social ScienceSatisfactory score on the Math placement test, or, for incoming freshmen direct from high school, satisfactory score on the ACT/SAT
#SKECON 2843: Elements of StatisticsI. MathematicsALEKS math assessment score of 040 or higher, or Math Offer of MATH 1523 or higher, or completion of MATH 1503 or higher
#SKENGL 3113: Nature/Environment/Science WritingIV. Western CultureENGL 1213 or EXPO 1213
#SKENGL 3153: Technical WritingNone1213 and Engineering or hard science majors only
#SKENST 3800: Environmental InternshipNoneJunior standing and permission of IPE coordinator
#SKGEOG 2453: Understanding Statistics  
#SKGEOG 3924: Res. Methods I: Statistics  
#SKGEOG 3933: Methods of Social Research  
#SKGEOG 4203/5203: GeomorphologyNone1114, or comparable work in earth sciences, junior standing
#SKGEOG 4543: Life Cycle AnalysisNoneJunior standing or permission of instructor
#SKGEOG 4893: Research Methods & Professional DevelopmentNoneGIS 2023; GEOG 3924, or concurrent enrollment; senior standing; departmental permission
#SKGIS 2023: Intro to Spatial ThinkingNoneNone
#SKGIS 4013: Fundamentals of GISNoneGIS 2023
#SKGIS 4133: Fundamentals of Remote SensingNoneJunior standing or permission of instructor
#SKGIS 4253: GIS ApplicationsNoneGIS 4013
#SKGIS 4353: Survey of Geospatial Information Tech.NoneSenior standing, or graduate standing, or permission of instructor
#SKGIS 4456: Geographic Information Systems  
#SKGIS 5903: Remote Sensing Hydrology  
#SKGIS 5933: Climate Change, Water, & Nat. Res. Systems  
#SKJMC 1013: Introduction to Mass Communication  
#SKLIS 1013: Acquiring Knowledge in the Digital Age  
#SKMATH 1503: College AlgebraI. Mathematics"C" or better in DMAT 0123 at OU, or satisfactory score on the math assessment
#SKMATH 1523: Precalculus and TrigonometryI. Mathematics1503 at OU, or satisfactory score on the math assessment
#SKMATH 1643: Pre-Calc., Business, Life, Soc. Sci.I. Mathematics"C" or better in DMAT 0123 at OU, or satisfactory score on the math assessment
#SKMATH 1743: Calculus I for Business, Life, Soc. Sci.I. Mathematics1523 or 1643 at OU, or satisfactory score on the math assessment
#SKMATH 1823: Calc. & Analytic Geom. II. Mathematics1523 at OU, or satisfactory score on the math assessment
#SKMATH 1914: Differential & Integral Calculus II. MathematicsGrade of C or better in MATH 1823 or satisfactory score on the math assessment
#SKMATH 2924: Differential and Integral Calculus IINone1914 with a grade of C or better
#SKMETR 4970: Environmental Sampling MethodsNoneSenior standing or permission of instructor
#SKMETR 5970: Environmental Sampling MethodsNoneGraduate standing or permission of instructor
#SKMGT 3013: Principles of Organization & MgmtNoneJunior standing; Student must be approved for degree candidacy by Price College
#SKMKT 2013: Intro to MarketingNoneSophomore standing
#SKPBIO 3452: Methods in Plant EcologyNoneNone
#SKPBIO 4970: Environmental Sampling MethodsNoneSenior standing or permission of instructor
#SKPHIL 1113: Introduction to LogicI. MathematicsMATH 0123 or satisfactory score on Math placement test
#SKPSC 2013: Intro to Political Analysis  
#SKPSC 2223: Making Public PolicyNoneP SC 1113; Majors and Minors only
#SKPSC 3913: Public Opinion & Survey Research  
#SKPSY 2003: Understanding StatisticsI. MathematicsMath 0123 or satisfactory score on math placement test
#SKPSY 2113: Res. Methods I: Statistics  
#SKSOC 3133: Methods of Social ResearchNoneSOC 1113 and any General Education Math EXCEPT Philosophy 1113 or Philosophy 3113 or permission of instructor
#MSANTH 2503: Intro. of Biol. AnthropologyNoneSophomore standing or 3 credit hours in ANTH or concurrent enrollment in 3 credit hours of ANTH or permission of the instructor
#MSANTH 2533: Exploring Human Evolution  
#MSBIOL 1003: Contemporary Issues in BiologyII. Natural Science w/labNone
#MSBIOL 1005: Concepts in BiologyII. Natural Science w/labNone, but high school or college chemistry is recommended
#MSBIOL 1013: Introduction to BiologyII. Natural ScienceNone
#MSBIOL 1114/1121: Introductory ZoologyII. Natural ScienceNone
#MSBIOL 1124: Intro. Biol.: Molecules, Cells, Physiol.II. Natural Science w/labNone
#MSBIOL 1134: Intro. Biol.: Evol. Ecol. & Divers.II. Natural Science w/labLife science majors only
#MSPBIO 1114: General BotanyII. Natural Science w/labPrevious course in chemistry (high school or college) recommended
#MSMBIO 2815: Intro. to MicrobiologyII. Natural Science w/labOne course in college chemistry
#MSCHEM 1315: Gen. ChemistryII. Natural Science w/labMATH 1503 or MATH 1643, or Math ACT equal to or greater than 25
#MSCHEM 1415: Gen. Chemistry (cont.)II. Natural Science w/lab CHEM 1315 with a minimum grade of C or CHEM 1335 with a minimum grade of C or a satisfactory score on the chemistry placement examination
#MSCHEM 3053: Org. Chem. I: Biol. EmphasisNoneCHEM 1415 or CHEM 1425 or CHEM 1435
#MSCHEM 3152: Org. Chem. I LAB: Biol. EmphasisNoneCHEM 3053 or concurrent enrollment
#MSCHEM 3153: Organic Chem. II: Biol. EmphasisNoneCHEM 3053 with a grade of C or better
#MSCHEM 3653: Introduction to BiochemistryNoneCHEM 3013, CHEM 3053, or CHEM 3064, with a grade of C or better
#MSPHYS 1114: Gen. Physics for Non-Sci.II. Natural ScienceHigh school algebra II
#MSPHYS 2414: Gen. Physics for Life ScienceII. Natural ScienceMathematics 1523 or 1743
#MSPHYS 2424: Gen. Physics for Life ScienceNone2414
#MSPHYS 2514: Gen. Physics for Eng. & Sci.II. Natural ScienceMathematics 1823 or Mathematics 1914 with grade of C or better
#MSPHYS 2524: Gen. Physics for Eng. & Sci.NonePHYS 2514 and MATH 2423 or MATH 2924 with grade of C or better