Allied Health Major with Business Emphasis

67 units

Requirements

  • Students in the allied health major with business emphasis must complete all prerequisites for a BIOC, BIOL, or CHEM course with a C- or better before taking the course (except as noted in the course description). 
  • Students must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 in all biology, chemistry, biochemistry, math, and physics courses required for the major.
  • Students must complete each BIOC, BIOL, or CHEM course with a C- or higher for the course to meet a degree requirement in the Department of Biology and Chemistry.
Required Core Courses
Biology
BIOL 151General Biology I 14
BIOL 152General Biology II4
BIOL 240Biology of Microorganisms4
BIOL 280Cell Biology4
BIOL 496Writing 3: Ethics and the Sciences 23
Chemistry
CHEM 151General Chemistry I 1, 34
CHEM 152General Chemistry II 34
CHEM 240Introduction to Organic and Biochemistry4
Math
MATH 130Introduction to Statistics 43
Physics
PHYC 151Physics for Life Sciences I 1,34
PHYC 152Physics for Life Sciences II 34
Business
ACCT 120Principles of Accounting I4
MGMT 210Principles of Management3
MKTG 260Principles of Marketing3
FIN 300Business Finance for Managers3
or FIN 320 Principles of Corporate Finance
ECON 251Principles of Microeconomics3
Required Internship Course3
Business Internship
Biological Science Internship
Upper-Division Electives6
Principles of Biochemistry 5
Biomolecular Chemistry 5
Biomolecular Metabolism 5
Genetics 6
Ecology 7
Neurobiology 6
Vertebrate Biology
Medical Microbiology
Regional Human Anatomy
Mammalian Physiology
Plant Biology
Molecular Biology
Stewardship Ecology
Developmental Biology
Practicum and Topics in Allied Health 6
Advanced Topics in Biology
Total Units67

Program Learning Outcomes

Students who successfully complete this program shall be able to:
  1. Demonstrate a broad knowledge base in their chosen field.
  2. Effectively communicate scientific ideas and research orally.
  3. Effectively communicate scientific ideas and research in writing.
  4. Demonstrate proficiency in problem solving and applying the scientific method to scientific questions.
  5. Demonstrate laboratory skills and techniques.
  6. Express a Christian worldview that integrates faith with their vocation.