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The KU Edwards Molecular Biosciences program is designed for undergraduate students who have already earned an associate's degree or equivalent hours and are looking to complete the last two years necessary for a bachelor's degree. View degree requirements.

Visit KU’s transfer credit website to ensure your transfer credits will count toward the KU degree.

General Science Requirements (33-36 hours)

Course

Credit Hr.

KU Code

Statistics

3

MATH 365

Foundations of Chemistry I

5

CHEM 130

Foundations of Chemistry II

5

CHEM 135

Organic Chemistry I

3

CHEM 330

Organic Chemistry I Lab

2

CHEM 331

Organic Chemistry II

3

CHEM 335

Calculus I and II

6

MATH 115 & MATH 116

OR

 

 

Calculus I

4

MATH 125

College Physics I and II

8

PHSX 114 & PHSX 115

OR

8

PHSX 114 & PHSX 115

General Physics I and II

9

PHSX 211+216 & PHSX 212+236

The KU Core defines the educational goals integrated into all of the degrees and majors pursued by undergraduate students at the University of Kansas. The KU Core is designed to yield fundamental skills, build a broad background of knowledge, generate capacities and opportunities for blending and creating ideas, strengthen an appreciation of cultural and global diversity, and cultivate ethical integrity.

Please see the program advisor for additional details. 

In addition, students must complete the KU Core requirements. Overall, students will need to complete at least 120 total credit hours, including 45 hours at the junior/senior course level and 56 hours from a 4-year institution, to meet the KU bachelor degree requirements.

Please see the program academic advisor for additional details.


Questions?

Sandra Leppin
Senior Academic Advisor
BAS Biotechnology/BS Molecular Biosciences/Pre-Medicine
BS Information Technology
sandra.leppin@ku.edu
(913) 897-8511
(913) 897-8623 (Information Technology)