Twin Cities campus
 
Biology, Society, and Environment B.A.
Checkpoint charts display information about when you need to complete a specific requirement (either a single course or a choice among courses) in order to stay on track for four-year graduation. The charts represent the proper sequencing of course-taking to help you graduate in a timely way. They also show you which semesters a course is actually offered so that you can plan accordingly.

Please note: In some majors, not all major requirements are represented in the checkpoint chart. Consult your APAS report and your adviser to be sure that you complete all degree requirements.


 
Checkpoint Chart
Available icon  Potential term for fulfilling the requirement
Recommended icon  Recommended term for fulfilling the requirement
Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4
 
Checkpoint requirements
 
Requirement definitions
Year 1 - Fall Year 1 - Spring Year 2 - Fall Year 2 - Spring Year 3 - Fall Year 3 - Spring Year 4 - Fall Year 4 - Spring
• General requirement checkpoints (complete all)                
Freshman Composition Complete the freshman composition requirement. Earliest Latest            
Foreign Language Complete 4 semesters of a foreign language. Earliest Latest Latest Latest        
• Program requirement checkpoints (complete all)                
Required Supporting Sciences Courses ( (CHEM 1061 and CHEM 1065 ) or (CHEM 1071H and CHEM 1075H ) ) first term last term last term last term last term      
Required Supporting Sciences Courses ( (CHEM 1062 and CHEM 1066 ) or (CHEM 1072H and CHEM 1076H ) ) first term last term last term last term last term      
Required Supporting Sciences Courses (CHEM 2301 ) first term last term last term last term last term last term    
Required Supporting Sciences Courses (BIOC 3021 ) first term last term last term last term last term last term    
Required Supporting Sciences Courses (MATH 1271 or MATH 1571H or MATH 1142 ) first term last term last term          
Required Supporting Sciences Courses (PHYS 1201W or PHYS 1301W or PHYS 1401V or PHYS 1101W ) first term last term last term last term last term last term last term last term