Bachelor of Science (BSc), majoring in Medicinal Chemistry, for students enrolled prior to 2019
Medicinal Chemistry is not available as a major for conjoint degrees.
If you are enrolling for the first time this year, visit Bachelor of Science (BSc) majoring in Medicinal Chemistry.
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- Semester One:
- BIOSCI 101 Essential Biology: From Genomes to Organisms
- BIOSCI 107 Biology from Biomedical Science: Cellular Processes and Development
- CHEM 110 Chemistry of the Living World
- 15 points from: COMPSCI 111 An Introduction to Practical Programming, STATS 101 Introduction to Statistics, PHYSICS 120 Advancing Physics 1, or PHYSICS 160 Physics for the Life Sciences
- Semester Two:
- 90 points:
- At least 15 points from:
- 60 points:
- At least 30 points from:
- CHEM 320 Design and Reactivity of Inorganic Compounds
- CHEM 340 Advanced Analytical Chemistry
- CHEM 350A and 350B Topics in Chemistry
- BIOSCI 349 Biomedical Microbiology
- BIOSCI 350 Protein Structure and Function
- BIOSCI 351 Molecular Genetics
- BIOSCI 353 Molecular and Cellular Regulation
- BIOSCI 354 Gene Expression and Gene Transfer
- BIOSCI 356 Developmental Biology and Cancer
- MEDSCI 206 Principles of Neuroscience
- MEDSCI 305 Systems Pharmacology
- MEDSCI 306 Principles of Toxicology
BSc in Medicinal Chemistry degree planner (for students enrolled prior to 2019). Size: 277.7 kB.
Document Description: Use this degree planner to plan your BSc majoring in Medicinal Chemistry if you enrolled prior to 2019.
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