Montana State University

Department of Cell Biology & Neuroscience

Montana State University
P.O. Box 173148
Bozeman, MT 59717-3148

Tel: (406) 994-5120
Fax: (406) 994-7077
E-mail: cellbio.msu@gmail.com
Location: 510 Leon Johnson Hall

Department Chair

Frances Lefcort, Ph.D.

 

Cell Biology & Neuroscience Facebook Link

Biomedical Sciences Option

   
CBN graduate Raima Amin

The Biomedical Sciences Option is designed to fulfill the course requirements for admission to most medical, dental, optometry, and veterinary schools. It may also be used to prepare for other professional programs, or for biomedical research or teaching careers.

A PDF containting a comprehensive summary of the coursework for the Biomedical Sciences Option is available here: BioMed_coursework.pdf

A list of electives for the Biomedical Sciences Option is available here: BioMed_electives.pdf

The Department of Cell Biology & Neuroscience Curriculum Guide is available here: CurricGuide.pdf

Course descriptions in online catalog

The coursework difference between the two options within the Cell Biology & Neuroscience major are summarize in the chart below:

Differences Between the Two Options

Biomedical Sciences
  Cell Biology & Neuroscience

Freshman year: M 161
(Survey of Calculus)
  Freshman year: M 171 and 172 (Calculus and Analytical Geometry I and II)

Sophomore year: CHMY 321 and 323
(Organic Chemistry I and II)







 

Sophomore year: Either CHMY 321 and 323
(Organic Chemistry I and II)
OR
CHMY 211(Elements of Organic Chemistry) sophomore year and
CHMY 361(Elements of Physical Chemistry) junior year

STAT 332 (Statistics for Scientists and Engineers)


    Junior year: BIOH 313 (Neurophysiology)

24 additional elective credits, at least 18 of wich must be upper division.

  18 additional upper division elective credits