POTENTIAL JOB ASSIGNMENTS
Within the Air Force
Outside the Air Force
- Vertebrate Zoology
- Anatomy and Physiology: Sensory and Motor Integration
- Principles of Evolution
SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE
|4th CLASS YEAR (FRESHMAN)||3RD CLASS YEAR (SOPHOMORE)||2ND CLASS YEAR (JUNIOR)||1ST CLASS YEAR (SENIOR)|
|Beh Sci 110
Comp Sci 110
For Lang 1
For Lang 2
Engr Mech 220
Pol Sci 211
|Aero Engr 315
Sci Breadth Opt
Astro Engr 310
Soc Sci 311
For full program requirements and course descriptions, download the current Curriculum Handbook.
Environmental and Organismal Biology Option
Combines knowledge the physical world, the human element and problem-solving skills to understand man’s role and impact on the planet Earth.
Bioenvironmental Engineering Option
Applies engineering and scientific knowledge and techniques to identify and manage risks for health protection; develop procedures, techniques and equipment; conduct and supervise engineering services and participate in medical facility programs.
Cellular and Molecular Biology Option
Combines the study of biochemical and cellular-level processes to understand the rapidly growing fields of genetic engineering, immunology, disease defense, hormonal control, aging and cancer.
Human Factors and Performance Option
Allows cadets to study the physical, physiological, mechanical and psychological factors related to the man-machine interface (human factors) or to optimizing and teaching neuromuscular skills (performance, athletics).
Aerospace Physiology Option
Studies the management of aerospace physiological training and hyperbaric therapy units, performance of research and provision of expertise on the human aspects of manned high-altitude/high-speed flight (including space flight).
Physical Therapy Option
Prepares cadets to provide professional care that can be applied to patients referred from most disciplines of medicine.
Professional or Advanced Degree Option
Designed for cadets pursuing graduate school or a professional health degree.
VALIDATION AND TRANSFER CREDITS
We accept AP credit toward Bio 215 (Introductory Biology with Laboratory) for sufficiently high scores on the AP Biology exam. The transfer of credits for equivalent courses is handled on a case-by-case basis and must be approved by the Department Head and the Biology 215 Course Director.
Dr. David Hale
Associate Professor of Biology