Timetables for the General Degree in Chemistry (Biological)

Recommended timetables for the General Degree in Chemistry (Biological) Students are encouraged to consult the Academic Program Officer (chemapo@mun.ca), especially if they choose to take courses in an order different from these examples. Possible second year fall and winter schedules.

YearFall SemesterWinter Semester
1st Year CHEM 1050
BIOL 1001
PHYS 1050 (or 1020)
MATH 1000
CHEM 1051
BIOL 1002
PHYS 1051 (or 1021)
MATH 1001
2nd Year CHEM 2210
CHEM 2301
CHEM 2400
BIOL 2250
1 elective
CHEM 2100
CHEM 2302
CHEM 2401
HUBI 2001 (NO LAB)
BIOL 2060
3rd Year CHEM 3110
BIOL 3050
3 electives*

CHEM 3211

HUBI 2901 (LAB)
3 electives*

4th Year CHEM 4410
4 electives*
5 electives*

CHECKLIST: B.Sc. (General), Major in Chemistry (Biological)

*At least 6 of the 14 electives must be chosen from:
a)At least six credit hours from chemistry (3210, 3303, 3411 or any 4XXX Chemistry course.
b) At least six credit hours from: Biology 3530 (Mol. and Developmental Bio.), 3950(Res. Meth. Genetic. Biotech), 3951(Bioinformatics), 4200 (Immunology), 4245(Biophysics), 4050(Adv. Top. Microbio.), 4251 (Genomics), 4010(Virology), 4404(Microbial Physiology), 4605 (Quantitative Methods), Ocean Sciences 3002 (Aquaculture and Fisheries Biotechnology) and Ocean Sciences 3600 (Marine Microbiology).
c) At least six credit hours from Biochemistry 3105 (Physical), 3206 or 3106 (Metabolism), 3207 or 3107 (Nucleic Acid Biochemistry Molecular Biology) 4101(Proteins), or 4201(Membranes).

**Critical Reading and Writing Courses.  At least one of these courses must be in English.

Students wishing to pursue medicine have ample elective room to take courses such as physiology, psychology, and sociology to give them a better background for that profession and for the MCAT.

Students wishing to enter a BEd program in the Intermediate and Senior division at MUN have a first and second teachable in chemistry and biology, respectively.