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A minimum of 90 credits (including General Education requirements) must be completed at Brockport during the first three years of the program. The following courses (34 credits) are usually required in the clinical year at an approved school of medical technology; microbiology (immunology), clinical chemistry, hematology, blood bank, urinalysis/clinical microscopy, principles of disease, and toxicology.

 

Recommended Courses in the Freshman Year

First Semester     Second Semester
  • BIO 201 Biology I
  • CHM 205 College Chemistry I
  • MTH 122 Pre-Calculus
  • BIO 202 Biology II
  • CHM 206 College Chemistry II
  • MTH 243 Elementary Statistics

NOTE: Math requirement (MTH 243) can be taken in either semester. This is the only acceptable math class for the internship.

NOTE: Grades of at least a C must be obtained in BIO 201 and 202 to advance to the upper division BIO courses.

Recommended Courses in the Sophomore Year

First Semester Second Semester
  • BIO 302 Genetics (fall only)
  • CHM 305 Organic Chemistry I
  • BIO 310 Biological Chemistry (spring only)
  • BIO 311 Biological Chemistry Lab
  • CHM 313 Quantitative Chemical Analysis

NOTE: BIO 201, 202; CHM 205, 206 are prerequisites for BIO 310, BIO311, and BIO 302.


Junior Year – Fall – BIO 321, 323.  Spring - BIO 322, BIO 414, BIO 430

Recommended courses to fulfill additional mathematics, chemistry, and physics requirements:

  • PHS 205-210
  • CHM 313

* It is highly recommended that these additional courses be completed by the end of the junior year.


Further Recommendations

Students need to be aware of the sequential nature of courses in biology, chemistry and physics, and of the prerequisites for upper-division science courses. Care must be taken in planning the student’s program because not all courses are offered every semester.

Transfer Students

Transfer students in particular need to be aware of the sequential nature of some courses in biology, chemistry, and physics, and of the prerequisites for upper-division science courses. They should take the appropriate freshman and sophomore science courses so they can seamlessly transition into the upper-division curriculum.

Last Updated 5/7/19

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