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Dr. Stephen M. Jodis, DeanThe Herbert W. Boyer School of Natural Sciences, Mathematics, and ComputingPhone: (724) email@example.com
The Herbert W. Boyer School of Natural Science, Mathematics, and Computing
The Bioinformatics Undergraduate Degree program at Saint Vincent College applies the discrete analytical tools of mathematics and computer science to the fields of biology, biochemistry, biophysics, medicine, and health.
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Major Requirements (66 credits):
Bioinformatics Requirements(10 credits) BIN 218 Bioinformatics, Genomics, and Proteomics - 3 creditsBIN 219 Biomedical Informatics - 3 credits BIN 357 Bioinformatics Junior Seminar - 1 creditBIN 358 Bioinformatics Senior Research - 2 creditsBIN 359 Bioinformatics Senior Seminar - 1 credit
CIS Requirements (18 credits)CS 110 Computing and Information Science I - 3 credits CS 111 Computing and Information Science II - 3 creditsCS 170 Discrete Structures I - 3 creditsCS 221 Data Structures - 3 creditsCS 350 Database Concepts and Information Structures - 3 credits And one of the following: CS 205 Web Site Design and Programming - 3 credits CS 255 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence - 3 credits CS 270 Introduction to Numerical Computation - 3 credits CS 305 Web Technologies - 3 credits CS 310 Programming Languages - 3 credits
Mathematics Requirements (4 credits) MA 111 Calculus I - 4 credits
Chemistry Requirements (12 credits) CH 101 General Chemistry I - 3 creditsCH 102 General Chemistry II - 3 creditsCH 103 General Chemistry Laboratory I - 1 creditCH 104 General Chemistry Laboratory II - 1 creditCH 221 Organic Chemistry I- 3 creditsCH 223 Organic Chemistry I Laboratory - 1 credit
Fall and SpringGeneral Chemistry - 3 creditsGeneral Chemistry Laboratory - 1 creditComputing and Information Science I - 3 creditsGeneral Biology - 3 creditsGeneral Biology Laboratory - 1 creditCore - 3 credits
All students will take a three (3) credit course designated as a Freshman Seminar which will satisfy a core curriculum requirement.