Regulations effective September 1, 2018.
The Human Science major is designed for individuals who wish to pursue careers in the life sciences, including professional designations in medicine and related disciplines, research in biology and human sciences, or other health-related careers. Students will be able to customize their area of interest by completing electives in human biology and health as well as other disciplines.
AU has also developed program learning outcomes that describe the career options that may be available to you upon graduating.
Human Science Major – Specific Requirements
In addition to the BSc program general requirements, a major in Human Science involves the completion of 45 credits of core and elective courses.
|BIOL 204||Principles of Biology I (lab component)||(3)|
|BIOL 207||Principles of Biology II (lab component)||(3)|
Human Physiology (lab component)
|BIOL 235||Human Anatomy and Physiology|
|HLST 200||Introduction to Human Health I||(3)|
|BIOL 341||Human Genetics||(3)|
|BIOL 401||Cell Biology||(3)|
|Students complete a minimum of 24 credits selected from the list of courses below. All 24 credits must be at the senior (300 to higher) level. A minimum of 6 credits must include science lab components. Courses that are not listed here but which are easily demonstrated to have mainly Human Science content may be considered towards the elective credit requirements.|
|BIOL 310||Biology of Human Sexuality||(3)|
|BIOL 320||Comparative Anatomy of the Vertebrates (lab component)||(3)|
|BIOL 325||Introductory Microbiology (lab component)||(3)|
|BIOL 345||Ecology (lab component)||(3)|
|BIOL 480||Immunology (lab component)||(3)|
|BIOL 495||Biology Projects I||(3)|
|BIOL 496||Biology Projects II||(3)|
|CHEM 301||Introduction to Biochemistry||(3)|
|CHEM 350||Organic Chemistry I (lab component)||(3)|
|CHEM 360||Organic Chemistry II (lab component)||(3)|
|CHEM 495||Chemistry Projects I||(3)|
|CHEM 496||Chemistry Projects II||(3)|
|NUTR 331||Nutrition for Health|
|NUTR 405||Nutrition for Health and Disease||(3)|
|NUTR 406||Modern Concepts in Nutrition||(3)|
|NUTR 495||Nutrition Projects I||(3)|
|NUTR 496||Nutrition Projects II||(3)|
|HADM 336||Community Health Planning||(3)|
|HADM 379||Introduction to Epidemiology||(3)|
|HLST 301||Complementary and Alternative Therapies||(3)|
|PSYC 355||Cognitive Psychology||(3)|
|PSYC 402||Biological Psychology||(3)|
|As the following courses are pre-requisites to some electives, they are recommended options for students in the Human Science major.|
|CHEM 217||Chemical Principles I (lab component)||(3)|
|CHEM 218||Chemical Principles II (lab component)||(3)|
Information effective Sept. 1, 2018 to Aug. 31, 2019.
Updated January 31 2019 by laurab