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Six of these science credits are applied to Area Ill of the College core and the remaining 14 credits are counted as the degree core. With the permission of the coordinator, BIO 101, 102- General Biology may be substituted for chemistry or physics if appropriate to the individual's program.
In some other cases, introductory courses in all three of the basic sciences may be required.
Students who choose to major in interdisciplinary science must complete the following:
A. Major Courses
A total of 24 credits in science beyond the introductory courses are required. Of these, at least 12 credits must be at the 300-400 level, and a science seminar (BIO 450, CHM 450, CI S 489, CE S 450 or PHY 450) must be included. The selection of specific major courses is made jointly by the student and the coordinator.
B. Comprehensive Requirement
Students majoring in interdisciplinary science are required to submit a major paper on an appropriate topic during their senior year. To be acceptable, the paper must demonstrate understanding of the interdisciplinary dimensions of the topic.
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