Mar 22, 2019  
Undergraduate Catalog 2018-2019 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2018-2019

Degree Map for Medical Lab Sciences: Biomedical Science


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The degree map is a term-by-term sample course schedule to make it easier for you to understand how to graduate in four years with a Medical Lab Sciences-Biomedical Science major. The Degree Map is a tool to assist you and your adviser in planning your academic path to graduation. Use it along with the program of study information for your major (found in the Hunter Catalog) and Degree Works (student degree audit system) to discuss your academic plan with your adviser. Courses required for the major, Hunter Core Requirement (HCR) courses, and elective classes must be selected to concurrently satisfy all Pluralism & Diversity and writing intensive requirements. Students are encouraged to consider pursuing a minor through the selection of electives. Your specific program of study could, and probably will, look different. You need to customize the Degree Map to fit your situation. Consult with your adviser about the best path for you.

Freshman Year


Sophomore Year


Junior Year


Senior Year


Notes


Students who do not place into MATH 12500 (STEM)  should begin with MATH 10100  Algebra.  The sequence is as follows – MATH 10100  – MATH 12500 (STEM)  – MATH 15000 (STEM)  - MATH 15500 (STEM) . If you begin with MATH 10100 , the Degree Map is shifted by one semester and still allows for completion of the major in 4 years.

BIOL 10000 (STEM)  is offered during the spring and summer semesters only. To complete the degree in four years, students who are unable to complete the course in the spring semester of freshman year should enroll in the summer course.

BIOL 10000 (STEM)  and BIOL 10200 (STEM)  may satisfy Pluralism & Diversity - either Group C or Group D, only if both courses are taken at Hunter.

MLSP 41000  requires departmental permission

MLSP 45700  requires permission from an instructor

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