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This is a partial listing of approved biomedical sciences
directed electives available to junior and senior students. These
course hour requirements are specific to the 2014-2015
Catalog (Edition 137). If you
have any questions concerning directed electives, please contact
your academic advisor.
A student may choose 24 semester credit
hours from the following:
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BIMS majors are required to complete two writing courses for
their degree. These courses are one semester credit hour
(SCH) and must be taken as satisfactory/unsatisfactory.
During the Fall 2013 semester, the BIMS writing courses changed
course numbers and titles.
Students starting at Texas A&M during the Fall 2014 semester
will be required to complete the new core curriculum as approved by
the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. Students will
have to complete the following core courses:
For a list of approved courses, please visit the Core Curriculum
website (click here).
In addition to the Core Curriculum courses, students will also
be required to complete the following:
For a list of approved courses, please visit the ICD website (click here).
Students in the 2013-2014 Catalog and prior are required to
complete two Kinesiology courses, KINE 198 and KINE 199
(Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory). A list of KINE 199 course
descriptions can be found on this website: PEAP Course
Descriptions. If you have questions regarding a KINE 198
or 199 course, please contact the Physical Education Activity
Program (PEAP). Their contact information can be found here.
Free electives may be selected from any course offered by the
university with the following
No Courses other than KINE 199, BIMS 481, BIMS 484, VIBS
310, or VIBS 311 can be taken S/U to be used in the degree
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