Gonzaga's School of Professional Studies offers a Bachelor of Science in Human Physiology.
Students may take the following science courses in the first semester, space permitting. Human Physiology majors who do not get BIOL 105/L and/or CHEM 101/L first semester, will get the course(s) in the spring term.
- CHEM 101 General Chemistry & CHEM 101 Lab
- BIOL 105 Information Flow in Biological Systems and BIOL 105 Lab (Lecture and Lab can be taken separately)
Human Physiology students will also take one of the following math courses in the first semester:
- MATH 112 College Algebra
- MATH 147 Precalculus
- MATH 148 Survey of Calculus
- MATH 157 Calculus I
*MATH placement is determined by Academic Advising and Assistance and the Math Department depending on academic history (high school preparation and standardized test scores) and course availability. Any of the above math courses will fulfill the math requirement in the Human Physiology major.
For program information and course descriptions, please visit the on-line Undergraduate Catalogue. You will follow the 2013-14 Undergraduate Catalogue - this is your contract with the University, and vis versa. Be sure to review the information in the 13-14 catalogue when it becomes available (the catalogue is still under review, and should be posted to the website this summer). Until then, please refer to the 2012-2013 Undergraduate Catalogue, as much of the information is the same.
What other courses are required of GU students? Learn more about core requirements.