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Introducing BIS 105!. Presented by DSAC (the Dean’s Student Advisory Committee) With Dr. Steven Theg, Associate Dean of the College of Biological Sciences Mr. Tom Hall, Staff Advisor. Dean’s Student Advisory Committee. Work closely with Dean Theg & Tom Hall

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Introducing BIS 105!

Presented by DSAC

(the Dean’s Student Advisory Committee)

With

Dr. Steven Theg, Associate Dean of the College of Biological Sciences

Mr. Tom Hall, Staff Advisor


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Dean’s Student Advisory Committee

  • Work closely with Dean Theg & Tom Hall

  • Learn about College of Biological Sciences

  • Write for our Newsletter

  • Enhance public speaking skills

  • Meet fellow BIO students

  • Join and make a difference

  • Free food/snacks

    *contact Daveshni: [email protected]


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Tonight’s Presentation

  • CBS Majors and Emphases

  • Graduation Requirements

  • Introducing BIS 105



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Majors and Emphases

  • There are nine distinct majors in CBS

  • Some of the subject areas are available as only emphases or only individual majors, while others may be offered as both emphases and individual majors


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CBS Majors

  • Cell Biology

  • Exercise Biology

  • Evolution, Ecology and Biodiversity

  • Plant Biology

  • Genetics

  • Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

  • Neurobiology, Physiology and Behavior

  • Microbiology


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CBS Majors

  • Biological Sciences

    (requires ONE area of emphasis)

    • Evolution and Ecology

    • Plant Biology

    • Neurobiology, Physiology and Behavior

    • Microbiology

    • Marine Biology

    • Molecular and Cellular Biology


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UCD requirements Bachelor of Science (B.S.) depending on the major

  • Need min. 180 units

  • 2.0 GPA in major classes & overall

  • Entry Level Writing (Subject A)

  • American History and Institution (usually completed in high school)

  • General Education (GEs)

  • Residence Requirement


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College of Biological Sciences Bachelor of Science (B.S.) depending on the major

  • 105-115 units per major

  • English Composition Requirement

  • Pass/No Pass Options

  • 2.0 in major/depth matter classes


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BIS 105 Bachelor of Science (B.S.) depending on the major

  • Title: Biomolecules and Metabolism

  • Fundamentals of biochemical processes, with emphasis on protein structure and activity; energy metabolism; catabolism of sugars, amino acids, and lipids; and gluconeogenesis.


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Course Details Bachelor of Science (B.S.) depending on the major

  • 3-units

  • Lectures: 3 hrs/wk (no discussion)

  • 20 class periods

    • 18 lectures/ 2 midterms + final

  • Grading Mode: Letter

  • Effective: Spring 2008

  • Next offered: Winter 2009


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Pre-requisites Bachelor of Science (B.S.) depending on the major

  • General Biology

    • BIS 1ABC or BIS 2ABC

  • Gene and Gene Expression

    • BIS 101

  • Organic Chemistry

    • CHE 8B or CHE 118B or CHE 128B


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Credit Limitations Bachelor of Science (B.S.) depending on the major

  • After BIS 102- 1 unit

  • After BIS 103- 1 unit

  • After BIS 102 & 103- no credit


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Can you take BIS 105 for YOUR major? Bachelor of Science (B.S.) depending on the major


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Majors that CANNOT Bachelor of Science (B.S.) depending on the major

  • Genetics

  • Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

  • Cell Biology

  • Microbiology

  • Biological Sciences

    • Molecular and Cellular Biology

    • Microbiology (Options A and B)


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Majors that CAN Bachelor of Science (B.S.) depending on the major

  • Evolution, Ecology, and Biodiversity

  • Plant Biology

  • Neurobiology, Physiology, and Behavior*

  • Exercise Biology*

  • Biological Sciences

    • Marine Biology

    • Neurobiology, Physiology, and Behavior

    • Plant Biology

    • Evolution and Ecology

    • Microbiology (Options C and D)


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Depth Matter Units Bachelor of Science (B.S.) depending on the major

  • Upper division units for each major

    • Ex. Biological Sciences = 45 units (includes common curriculum (BIS 100s) + field requirements (A-E) + Emphasis classes)


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How does BIS 105 apply to Bachelor of Science (B.S.) depending on the majorPre-Health students?


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  • Medical - can use BIS 105 Bachelor of Science (B.S.) depending on the major

    • MCAT- BIS 105 or BIS 102/103

  • Pharmacy – varies between schools, but most likely will require BIS 102/103.

  • Dental - needs BIS 102/103

    • Requires 4 units of biochemistry

      * Contact Health Sciences Advising for further information: 160 South Silo, (530)752-4475


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BIS 105 vs BIS 102/103 Bachelor of Science (B.S.) depending on the major

  • Less acid-base chemistry

  • Less mathematical proofs

  • More abbreviated enzyme kinetics

  • Discussion of major pathways

    • Ex. Respiration, TCA cycle, and Glycolysis


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For more info: Bachelor of Science (B.S.) depending on the major

  • Visit your academic advisors

  • Ask questions! Now!


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