Program Requirements for 2013-2014 Catalog Year
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FGCU General Education (36 hrs)Refer to the General Education Program for more information.
Communication (6 hrs)
Mathematics (6 hrs)
Select STA 2023 Humanities (9 hrs)
Social Sciences (6-9 hrs)
Natural Sciences (6-9 hrs)
Select from Common Prerequisites Note: At least one Natural Sciences course must include a laboratory or field component. Courses meeting this requirement contain a “C” or “L” in their course numbers. Each combined lecture and laboratory course (marked with a C) is equivalent to taking the lecture and laboratory separately.
BSC X010C General Biology w/Lab I (4)
[BSC 1010C recommended] BSC X085C Anatomy & Physiology w/ Lab I (4)
[BSC 1085C recommended] BSC X086C Anatomy & Physiology w/Lab II (4)
[BSC 1086C recommended] CHM X045C General Chemistry w/Lab I (4)
[CHM 1045C recommended] CHM X046C General Chemistry w/Lab II (4)
[CHM 1046C recommended] CHM X210C Organic Chemistry I w/Lab (4)
[CHM 2210C] CHM X211C Organic Chemistry II w/Lab (4)
[CHM 2211C] MCB X020C General Microbiology (4)
[MCB 3020C recommended] STA X023 Statistics (3)
[STA 2023 recommended]
Required Courses in the Major (60 hrs)
BCH 3023C Biochemistry (3)
IHS 3101 Shaping Health Care in the 21st Century (3)
IHS 3203 Management & Leadership in Health Care Organizations (3)
IHS 4504 Research Methods in Health Care (3)
IHS 4938 Senior Seminar (3)
MLS 3038 Essentials of CLS (3)
MLS 3220 Biological Fluid Analysis (2)
MLS 4191 Molecular Diagnostics (3)
MLS 4308 Hematology/Hemostasis (3)
MLS 4404 Diagnostic Microbiology (3)
MLS 4462 Diagnostic Virology/Mycology/Parasitology (3)
MLS 4505 Clinical Immunology (2)
MLS 4550 Immunohematology & Transfusion (3)
MLS 4627 Clinical Biochemistry (3)
MLS 4820C Clinical Biochemistry Practicum (3)
MLS 4821C Clinical Microbiology Practicum (3)
MLS 4822C Clinical Hematology Practicum (3)
MLS 4823C Clinical Immunohematology Practicum (3)
MLS 4826C Clinical Immunology Practicum (2)
PCB 2336 Human Genetics (3)
PCB 4233C Immunology (3)
University Requirements (3 hrs)
IDS 3920 University Colloquium (3)
Additional Electives (variable) Additional electives may be required to reach a minimum of 123 credit hours for the baccalaureate degree.
TOTAL SEMESTER HOURS REQUIRED: 123 HRS
Additional Graduation Requirements
Earn a minimum of 123 semester hours with a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 on all course work attempted at FGCU.
Within the 123 total credit hours, a minimum of 48 credit hours at the upper division (courses numbered 3000 and higher).
Earn a grade of C or above in all courses identified in Sections 2, 3, 4, and 5 above. A grade of C- does not satisfy the requirement of a minimum grade of C.
Satisfy Communication and Computation Skills and foreign language entrance requirements.
Satisfy service-learning requirement. See www.fgcu.edu/connect/
At least 25% of the coursework required for the degree and 30 of the last 60 hours must be earned at FGCU.
Transfer Notes and Acceptable Substitutes
BSC X010C General Biology w/Lab I: may substitute BSC X011C, BSC X010/X010L, BSC X011/X011L, PCB X011C, PCB X011/X011L, PCB X013C, PCB X013/X013L ZOO X010/X010L
BSC X085C Anatomy & Physiology w/ Lab I : may substitute BSC X085/X085L, BSC X093/X093L, BSC X093C, PCB X063/0631L, PCB X510/X510L, PCB X510C, ZOO X733C, ZOO X731C
BSC X086C Anatomy & Physiology w/Lab II: may substitute BSC X086/X086L, BSC X094C, BSC X094/X094L, PCB X702/X702L, PCB X703C, PCB X703/X703L, PCB X134C, PCB X134/X134L
CHM X045C General Chemistry w/Lab I : may substitute CHM X045/X045L, CHM X040C, CHM X041C
CHM X046C General Chemistry w/Lab II: may substitute CHM X046/X046L
CHM X210C Organic Chemistry I w/Lab: may substitute CHM X210/X210L
CHM X211C Organic Chemistry II w/Lab: may substitute CHM X211/X211L
MCB X020C General Microbiology : may substitute MCB X020/X020L, MCB X013/X013L, MCB X013C, MCB X023/X023L, MCB X023C, MCB X010/X010L, MCB X010C
STA X023 Statistics: may substitute STA X014, STA X022, STA X024, STA X321
For All Majors: Students are strongly encouraged to select required lower division electives that will enhance their general education coursework and that will support their intended baccalaureate degree program. Students should consult with an academic advisor in their major degree area.