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  • Course description
    The program is designed to provide students with a solid background in science as well as a grounding in managerial skills. The major requires twenty courses in addition to the college's general education requirements. Majors complete a core program together with one of four sequences. All students complete a Core Program and one of four sequences:

    Core Program (11 courses)

       1. Chemistry 14-15, Basic Principles of Chemistry OR Chemistry 29, Advanced General Chemistry
       2. Physics 33-34, General Physics (for Physics or Chemistry track) OR 30-31, Principles of Physics (for others)
       3. Mathematics 30, Calculus I
       4. Computer Science 50, Introduction to Programming and Computer Tools
       5. PITZER and SCRIPPS Students take Econ 51 AND Econ 52. CMC students take Econ 50.
       6. Economics 86, Introductory Accounting
       7. Intermediate Microeconomics, Economics 101 at CMC/Scripps, Econ 160 at Pitzer
       8. Intermediate Macroeconomics, Economics 102 at CMC/Scripps, Econ 161 at Pitzer
       9. Economics 151, Design of Cost Management Systems
      10. Internship or Practicum (In consultation with Science and Management Advisor)
      11. Organizational Psychology, Psych 37 at CMC, OR Psych 135, Organizational Behavior at PItzer (CMC students should take Psych 37 which also fulfills GE requirements).
      12. Biology OR Chemistry OR Physics 190L or 191 or 188L-190L. In general, a one-semester thesis (191) is an extensive library research thesis; (190L) is a one-semester experimental thesis; and a two-semester thesis (188L and 190L) is a laboratory or field research project. Students with a two-semester thesis normally take 188L, Senior Research, in the Fall.

    Sequences (7 courses each)

       1. Chemistry Sequence
          - Chemistry 116-117, Organic Chemistry
          - Chemistry 121-122, Principles of Physical Chemistry
          - Chemistry 126, Advanced Laboratory in Chemistry
          - Advanced Chemistry course
          - Mathematics 31, Calculus II
       2. Physics Sequence
          - Physics 35, Modern Physics
          - Physics 101, Intermediate Mechanics
          - Chemistry 121-122, Principles of Physical Chemistry
          - Mathematics 31, Calculus II
          - Mathematics 32, Calculus III
          - Mathematics 111, Differential Equations
       3. Biotechnology Sequence
          - Chemistry 116-117, Organic Chemistry
          - Biology 43-44, Introductory Biology
          - Biology 143, Genetics
          - Biology 157, Cell Biology or 170, Molecular Biology
          - Biology 177, Biochemistry
       4. Environmental Science
          - Mathematics 31, Calculus II
          - Biology 43-44, Introductory Biology
          - Biology 146, Ecology
          - Chemistry 70, Chemistry and the Environment *
          - Economics 120, Statistics
          - Conservation Biology **

    * May be substituted, in consultation with Science and Management advisor.
    ** Usually Biology 104 POM

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