The cell and molecular biology degree may be completed in four years or eight semesters. The four-year graduation plan does not take into account duel credit or transfer credit that may be considered upon admission to the University. Variation to the sample schedule provided below is based on your mathematics eligibility. Due to sequential prerequisites, limited course offerings and tight course scheduling, it is recommended that if you are interested in seeking admission to this program that you meet with your advisor during your freshman year. The cell and molecular biology program is comprehensive and does not require a minor.
You should apply to the cell and molecular biology program at the beginning of your third or fourth semester. Undergraduates who have completed 60 or more credit hours will require special permission to preregister if they have not been admitted to the program. A list of course offerings is listed on the course rotation page.