This ADT/STAR Act Degree Road Map applies to the following catalog year(s):

Lower division GE partially completed (see GE comments below*). Lower division major requirements of BIOL 106 and BIOL 106L, BIOL 107 and BIOL 107L, CHEM 101 and CHEM 101L, CHEM 102 and CHEM 102L, MATH 105, PHYS 100A and PHYS 100AL, PHYS 100B and PHYS 100BL satisfied by the AS-T in Biology.

Transfer Year 1: First Semester

Course Units
BIOL 322 3
BIOL 360 (meetsĀ GE B5 Scientific Inquiry and Quantitative Reasoning) 3
CHEM 333/L 4/1
GE Arts and Humanities (if needed to total 9 units including transfer coursework)* 3
Total 14

Transfer Year 1: Second Semester

Course Units
BIOL 380 3
CHEM 334/L 3/1
Molecular, Cellular and Physiological Biology (see list below) 4
GE Social Sciences (if needed to total 9 units including transfer coursework)* 3
Total 14

Transfer Year 2: First Semester

Course Units
Molecular, Cellular and Physiological Biology (see list below) 3
Systematics and Comparative Biology (see list below) 3-4
GE Upper Division from Section C or Section F 3
Electives 6
Total 15-16

Transfer Year 2: Second Semester

Course Units
Ecology and Environmental Biology (see list below) 4-5
Upper Division Biology Electives to total 20 units in the Selective Program** (see list below) 4-6
GE Upper Division from Section D or Section F 3
Electives 4-5
Total 16-17
Total units after transfer 60

*The AS-T in Biology requires completion of a total of 9 lower division units in each of GE Arts and Humanities (Area C), and GE Social Sciences (Area D), as per CSU GE Breadth for STEM or IGETC for STEM pattern.

Selective Program Requirements (Minimum 20 unit total)

Molecular, Cellular and Physiological List
Requires 7 units minimum, with at least one “L” course and at least one at the 400-level or above.

BIOL 315/L Principles of Microbiology and Lab (2/2)
BIOL 316CS/LCS Plant Biology and Lab (2/2)
BIOL 381 Cell Biology Lab (1) (not an “L” course)
BIOL 382/L Human Anatomy and Physiology I and Lab (3/1)
BIOL 383/L Human Anatomy and Physiology II and Lab (3/1)
BIOL 408/L Applied Microbiology and Lab (2/2)
BIOL 411/L Animal Histology and Lab (2/2)
BIOL 417/L Microbial Physiology and Lab (2/2)
BIOL 441/L Embryology and Lab (2/2)
BIOL 442/L Developmental Biology and Lab (3/1)
BIOL 444 Biology of Viruses (3)
BIOL 461 The Molecular Genetics and Microorganisms (3)
BIOL 462 Molecular Genetics of Eukaryotic Organisms (3)
BIOL 464 Human Biochemical Genetics (3)
BIOL 466 Genetics of Bacteria and Their Viruses (3)
BIOL 468 Human Genetics (3)
BIOL 469 Medical Genetics (3)
BIOL 470 Biotechnology (3)
BIOL 471A Molecular Diagnostics (3)
BIOL 473 Clinical Cytogenetics and Cancer Genetics (3)
BIOL 472/L Recombinant DNA Techniques and Lab (2/2)
BIOL 475/L Biological Imaging and Lab (2/2)
BIOL 477/L Cell and Tissue Culture and Lab (2/2)
BIOL 476 Topics in Stem Cell Biology (3)
BIOL 479 Endocrinology (3)
BIOL 480/L Cellular Physiology and Lab (2/2)
BIOL 481/L Plant Physiology and Lab (2/2)
BIOL 482/L Animal Physiology and Lab (2/2)
BIOL 483/L Principles of Neurophysiology and Lab (3/1)
BIOL 485/L Immunology with Serology Lab (2/2)
BIOL 487/L Hematology and Lab (2/2)
BIOL 489 Cellular Immunology (3)
BIOL 493 Mechanisms of Bacterial Pathogenesis (3)
BIOL 551/L Computer Modeling in Biology and Lab (2/2)

Systematics and Comparative Biology List
At least one field studies (*) designated course is required in the major.

BIOL 312/L/BIOL 392F Vertebrate Biology (2/1/1)*
BIOL 313/L/BIOL 392B Invertebrate Zoology (2/1/1) *
BIOL 403/L Plant Morphology and Lab (2/2)
BIOL 404/L/BIOL 492Y Phycology (2/1/1)*
BIOL 406/L/BIOL 492K Flowering Plant Systematics (2/1/1)*
BIOL 409/L/BIOL 492J Non-Flowering Plants (2/1/1)*
BIOL 410/L Medical Microbiology and Lab (2/2)
BIOL 412/L/BIOL 492E Herpetology (2/1/1)*
BIOL 413/L/BIOL 492AA Entomology (2/1/1)*
BIOL 415/L/BIOL 492M Mammalogy (2/1/1)*
BIOL 418/L Bacterial Diversity (2/2)
BIOL 430/L/BIOL 492BB Ichthyology (2/1/1)*
BIOL 432/L Comparative Anatomy and Lab (2/2)
BIOL 433/L Biology of Marine Tetrapods and Lab (2/1)
BIOL 435/L Parasitology and Lab (2/2)
BIOL 437/L/BIOL 492V Biology of Fungi and Field Studies (2/1/1)*
BIOL 438/L/BIOL 492R Tropical Botany (2/1/2)*
BIOL 446/L/BIOL 492T Biology of Tropical Vertebrates (2/1/2)*
BIOL 448/BIOL 492U Tropical Biodiversity and Field Study (2/1)*
BIOL 452/L Molecular Markers in Evolutionary Studies and Lab (2/2)

Ecology and Environmental Biology List
At least one field studies (*) designated course is required in the major.

BIOL 407/L/BIOL 492N Plant Ecology (2/1/1)*
BIOL 414/L/BIOL 492A Avian Ecology (2/1/1)*
BIOL 419/L/BIOL 492C Microbial Ecology and Lab and Field Studies (2/1/1)*
BIOL 421/L/BIOL 492B Marine Biology (2/1/1)*
BIOL 422/L Physiological Ecology and Lab (2/2)
BIOL 423/BIOL 492F Field Ecology (2/2)*
BIOL 424/L/BIOL 492G Ecological Modeling (2/1/1)
BIOL 425/BIOL 492D Animal Behavior with Field Studies (3/1)*
BIOL 426/L/BIOL 492P Biology of Deserts (2/1/1)*
BIOL 427/L/BIOL 492H Principles of Ecology (2/1/1)*
BIOL 427A/AL/BIOL 492L Biology of Pelagic Organisms (2/1/1)*
BIOL 428/L/BIOL 492W Wildlife Ecology and Management (2/1/1)
BIOL 429/L/BIOL 492I Marine Ecology (2/1/1)*
BIOL 434/L/BIOL 492Q Ecology of Marine Fishes (2/1/1)*
BIOL 439/L/BIOL 492S Tropical Ecology and Conservation (2/1/2)*
BIOL 451/BIOL 326 Tropical Biology/Regional Excursions (3/1)*
BIOL 453/L/BIOL 492Z Behavioral Ecology (2/1/1)*
BIOL 456/BIOL 492O Conservation Biology (3/1)*

**Biology Electives
To bring total to minimum 20 units in the Selective Program.

BIOL 330/L Design and Analysis of Experiments and Lab (2/1)
BIOL 431/L Food Microbiology and Lab (2/2)
BIOL 447/L Full Immersion Research Experience (FIRE) and Lab (2/2)
BIOL 449 Seminar on Topics in Tropical Biology (3)
BIOL 490, BIOL 495, BIOL 499, BIOL 526 (no more than 3 units combined)
BIOL 502/L Biometry and Lab (3/1)
BIOL 503/L Bioinformatics and Lab (3/1)
BIOL 560 Advanced Topics in Evolution (3)
CHEM 365/CHEM 365L Introduction to Biochemistry (3/1)
CHEM 461/L Biochemistry I and Lab (3/1)
CHEM 464/CHEM 464L Principles of Biochemistry and Laboratory (3/1)
GEOL 322/L Introductory Oceanography and Lab (3/1)
GEOL 351/L Fundamentals of Paleontology and Lab (3/1)
MATH 255A Calculus for the Life Sciences I (3)