Students must major in biologys. In addition (or as part of their major requirements), they must also meet the following requirements:
A semester of physics.
A semester of ecology at Bryn Mawr (such as Biology 220, “Ecology” or Biology 308, “Field Ecology”).
Coursework that addresses the implications of scientific and technological developments on ethical questions relating to biology, by either taking a course like General Programs 222, “Issues in Urban Health” offered at Haverford or “Biology and Public Policy” offered at Bryn Mawr or completing a project on this topic for another biology course. Biology 103 at Bryn Mawr is also acceptable.
Recommendation for Haverford majors: If possible, Haverford biology majors should take one of the following courses: Biology 304 (Haverford), “The Molecular Basis of Disease and Adaptation, “ Biology 307 (Haverford), “The Cell in Development,” Biology 303 (Bryn Mawr), “Animal Physiology,” or Biology 204 (Bryn Mawr), “Histology.”
Students must major in chemistry. In addition to their major coursework, chemistry certification candidates must take two semesters of physics.
Students seeking to get certified to teach Earth and Space Sciences must follow the teacher certification track of the geology major, which includes the following fourteen course requirements.
|GEOL 101||GEOL 203||MATH 101||CHEM (intro)||ADV GEOL or ADV BIO/CHEM/MATH/PHYS/COMP SCI|
|GEOL 103||GEOL 204||MATH 102||PHYS (intro)||GEOL 399|
|GEOL 202||GEOL 205||Astronomy (Intro)||ADV GEOL|
Students must major in physics and take two semesters of chemistry.