Plans and Curriculum

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Plans and Curriculum

These documents may be helpful to you as you create your plan to meet university, college and major requirements. It is strongly recommended that you meet with a physiology academic adviser each semester. If you are unsure about which major below is yours or right for you, contact a Physiology academic advisor for assistance.       

Physiology and Medical Sciences Curriculum Guide with all Emphasis Options

Physiology Emphasis Curriculum Guide
Medical Sciences Emphasis Curriculum Guide
Exercise and Extreme Physiology Emphasis Curriculum Guide
Physiological Research and Innovation Emphasis Curriculum Guide

Advanced Standing Application. Upon fulfillment of the admission criteria, students must submit a formal advanced standing application. Advanced standing is needed prior to enrolling in Physiology and Medical Sciences upper-division courses.

Sample Four-Year Plans for Completing the Physiology and Medical Sciences Major

Plan #1 – Sample for the student who may take calculus (Math 122A/122B - Calculus I or Math 125) in the first year.
Plan #2A  – Sample for the student who may take calculus preparation (Math 120R) and chemistry in the first year.
Plan #2B  – Sample for the student who may take college algebra (MATH112) and general chemistry in the first year.
Plan #3A – Sample for the student who may take college algebra (MATH112) and general biology 1 (MCB181) in the first year.
Plan #3B – Sample for the student who may take college algebra (MATH112) and general biology 2 (ECOL182) in the first year.
Plan #4 – Sample for the student who may take preparation for University math (MATH100) and general biology 2 (ECOL) in the first year.

Physiology and Medical Sciences Major Curriculum Guideline 

Advanced Standing Application. Upon fulfillment of the admission criteria, students must submit a formal advanced standing application. Advanced standing is needed prior to enrolling in Physiology and Medical Sciences upper-division courses.

Sample Four-Year Plans for Completing the Physiology and Medical Sciences Major

  Plan #1 – Sample for the student who may take calculus (Math 122A/122B - Calculus I or Math 125) in the first year.
  Plan #2A  – Sample for the student who may take calculus preparation (Math 120R) and chemistry in the first year.
  Plan #2B  – Sample for the student who may take college algebra (MATH112) and general chemistry in the first year.
  Plan #3A – Sample for the student who may take college algebra (MATH112) and general biology 1 (MCB181) in the first year
  Plan #3B – Sample for the student who may take college algebra (MATH112) and general biology 2 (ECOL182) in the first year
  Plan #4 – Sample for the student who may take preparation for University math (MATH100) and general biology 2 (ECOL) in the first year.          

Physiology Major Curriculum Guide 

Advanced Standing Application. Upon fulfillment of the admission criteria, students must submit a formal advanced standing application. Advanced standing is needed prior to enrolling in Physiology upper-division courses.

Sample Four-Year Plans for Completing the Physiology major

    Plan #1 – Sample for the student who may take calculus (Math 122A/122B - Calculus I or Math 125) in the first year.
    Plan #2A  – Sample for the student who may take calculus preparation (Math 120R) and chemistry in the first year.
    Plan #2B  – Sample for the student who may take college algebra (MATH112) and general chemistry in the first year.
    Plan #3A – Sample for the student who may take college algebra (MATH112) and general biology 1 (MCB181) in the first year
    Plan #3B – Sample for the student who may take college algebra (MATH112) and general biology 2 (ECOL182) in the first year
    Plan #4 – Sample for the student who may take preparation for University math (MATH100) and general biology 2 (ECOL) in the first year.