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COLLEGE OF SCIENCE

Texas A&M University











Transfer Information Day

Fall 2006

Dr. Timothy P. Scott


Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs


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mail: tim@science.tamu.edu

Mrs. Holly Sterling


Administrative Assistant


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mail: holly@science.tamu.edu



Office Location:

514 Blocker



Office Number:

(979) 845
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7362



Office Hours:

Monday
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Friday




8:00 a.m.
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12:00p.m.




1:00 p.m.
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5:00 p.m.

DEAN’S STAFF


www.science.tamu.edu

A.

One of the Ten Colleges within the University

B.

Fall 2005 Undergraduate Enrollment:
36,066

Agric. & Life Sciences:


5173

Architecture:



1323

Business:



4058

Education:



4116

Engineering:



6772

General Studies:



3827

Geoscience:




469

Liberal Arts:



6180

SCIENCE:



2134

Veterinary Medicine:


1975

CHARACTERISTICS OF THE COLLEGE OF SCIENCE

BIOLOGY


Degrees Offered:


Biology (B.A. and B.S.)





Molecular & Cellular Biology (B.S.)




Microbiology (B.S.)




Zoology (B.S.)



Undergraduate Enrollment: 1,473


DEPARTMENTS IN THE COLLEGE OF SCIENCE


Degrees Offered:


Chemistry (B.A. and B.S.)



Undergraduate Enrollment: 269


CHEMISTRY


Degrees Offered:


Applied Mathematical Science (B.S.)




Mathematics (B.A. and B.S.)




Undergraduate Enrollment: 296


MATH


Degrees Offered:


Physics (B.A. and B.S.)



Undergraduate Enrollment: 106


PHYSICS



Admission to the College of Science




Applicants must complete at least 24 hours with a
cumulative GPR of at least a 3.00 from the appropriate
tracks. Applicants will not be admitted without completing
the first two semesters of courses in their declared major
with a 3.00 GPR or better in those courses. For Biology
majors, 8 hours of Chemistry I and II must also be
completed with an average of at least a 3.00. For Chemistry
and Physics majors, 8 hours of calculus I and II must also
be completed with an average of at least a 3.00. The College
of Science will consider second choice majors if it appears
there is some relationship to the first major choice. For
example, if the first choice major is Chemical Engineering
and second choice major is Chemistry, a student would be
considered for admission to Chemistry.

Table I
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http://admissions.tamu.edu/transfer/colleges/tracks.aspx

Table 2

http://www.tamu.edu/admissions/catalogs/06
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07_UG_Catalog/gen_info/

university_core_curriculum/index.htm

Texas Common Course Numbering System
http://www.tamu.edu/admissions/Undergrad/tccns.html

TRANSFER STUDENT

Summary of Transferable Credit

NAME





ID Number

Texas A&M University

Analysis for Admission

Office of Admissions and Records

FOUNDATION COURSE REQUIREMENTS CHECK
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REF

INSTITUTION


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1 Texas A & M Resident Credit



2 BLINN COLLEGE


50.0

3.923

3 NORTH HARRIS COUNTY COLLEGE

12.0

4.000




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62.0

3.941


FOUNDATION COURSE SUMMARY

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(BS2) FOUNDATION COURSES

34.0

(BS2) FOUNDATION GPR



3.903

(BS2) PRIORITY COURSES (28 HRS)

22.0

4.000



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SECTION 1
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Academic Requirements Completed or in Progress


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BIOL 111 INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY

96A 4.0 A

Transferred BIOL1406 from #2

ENGL 104 COMPOSITION & RHETORIC

96C 3.0 A

Transferred ENGL1301 from #2


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SECTION 2
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By Title Transfer Credit

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MARRIAGE AND FAMILY

97C 3.0 IP

Must be substituted to use





Transferred SOCI2301 from #2


INTRO TO MICROCOMPUTING

96C 1.0 A

Must be substituted to use





Transferred COSC1406 from #2


Biology

Director:



Christine Farris





cfarris@mail.bio.tamu.edu


Advisors:


Clint Crampton





ccrampton@mail.bio.tamu.edu





Chanille Dunbar





cdunbar@mail.bio.tamu.edu





Josie Witcher





jwitcher@mail.bio.tamu.edu







Advising Office:

107 Butler Hall

Telephone:


(979) 845
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3116

DEPARTMENTS IN THE COLLEGE OF SCIENCE

Butler Hall

DEPARTMENTS IN THE COLLEGE OF SCIENCE

Chemistry

Chief Advisor:


Dr. John Hogg





hogg@mail.chem.tamu.edu


Advisor:



Dr. Tammy Tiner





tiner@mail.chem.tamu.edu


Office Associate:


Marylin Warren





warren@mail.chem.tamu.edu

Main Advising Office:

104 Chemistry Bldg.

Telephone:



(979) 845
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0520

Chemistry Bldg
.

DEPARTMENTS IN THE COLLEGE OF SCIENCE

Math






Advising Office:

605 Blocker






Telephone:



(979) 862
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4306

Advisors:




Dr. Michael Stecher









mike.stecher@math.tamu.edu








Dr. Mila Mogilevsky









mogilevs@math.tamu.edu








Donna Hoffman









donna.hoffman@math.tamu.edu


Director of Honors

Dr. Sue Geller

Program in Math:



geller@math.tamu.edu

You are here

Blocker Bldg.

DEPARTMENTS IN THE COLLEGE OF SCIENCE

Physics

Advisors:


Dr. Glenn Agnolet





agnolet@physics.tamu.edu





Sandi Smith





smiths@physics.tamu.edu



Advising Office:

421 Engineering/Physics Bldg.

Telephone:


(979) 845
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7738

Engineering/Physics Bldg.

http://www.tamu.edu/admissions/catalogs/06
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07_UG_Catalog/science/index.htm

FRESHMAN YEAR

First Semester

(Th
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Pr)

Cr




Second Semester

(Th
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Pr)

Cr

BIOL 111 Introductory Biology

(3
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3)

4




BIOL 112 Introductory Biology

(3
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3)

4

CHEM 101 Fund. of Chemistry I

(3
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3)

4




CHEM 102 Fund. of Chemistry II

(3
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3)

4

ENGL 104 Comp. and
Rhetoric

(3
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3




HIST 105 History of the U.S.
1


(3
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3

MATH 166 Topics in Contemporary






MATH 131 Mathematical Concepts
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Mathematics
II

3


(3
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3




Calculus
3


(3
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3

* KINE 198 Health and Fitness Activity

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1




* KINE 199 Require
d Physical Activity

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1





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15


SOPHOMORE YEAR

BIOL 213 Molecular Cell Biology

(3
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3




BIOL 214 Genes, Ecology and Evolution

(3
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3

CHEM 227 Organic Chemistry I

(3
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3




CHEM 228 Organic Chemistry II

(3
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3

CHEM 237 Organic
Chemistry Lab. I

(0
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3)

1




CHEM 238 Organic Chemistry Lab. II

(0
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1

HIST 106 History of the U.S.
1


(3
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3




PHYS 202 College Physics

(3
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4

PHYS 201 College Physics

(3
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3)

4




Communication elective


3

Elective


3








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JUNIOR YEAR

BICH 410 Comp. Biochemistry I

(3
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3




BICH 411 Comp. Biochemistry
II

(3
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3

BICH 412 Biochemistry. Lab. I

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3)

1




BIOL 357 Ecology

(3
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3

MICR 351 Fund. of Microbiology or GENE 302
Genetics

(3
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4




BIOL 358 Ecology Lab

(0
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3)

1

POLS 206 American Natl. Govt.

(3
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3




POLS 207 State and Local
Govt.
5


(3
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3

STAT 302 Statistical Methods

(3
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3




Language
4


4

Language
4



4




Elective


3




18








17


SENIOR YEAR

Social and behavioral sciences elective




3




Botany elective




4

Visual and performing arts elective




3




Humanities elective
6





3

Zoology elective




3
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Electives




9

Electives
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6






Writing intensive course in major
8




1
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3








15
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16
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18

Total Hours
127
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130



Bachelor of Arts

The B.A. degree in Biology, through
the availability of a large number of
electives, gives the student a broad
base in biology. A minor is required
for the B.A. degree and requires 15
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18 hours, 6 of which must be in
advanced courses and i
n a discipline
other than biology. The B.A. program
is recommended for students who
intend to pursue further education in
medical school (or other professional
or allied health schools), graduate
school, or plan to complete
requirements for teacher certifi
cation
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Degree Plan (Sample) Bachelor of Arts in Biology


FINANCIAL AID/SCHOLARSHIP SITES

These sites contain various information on financial aid and financing your college career.


College Board (Scholarship Information)


http://www.collegeboard.com


Financial Aid (from U.S. Dept. of Educ.)


http://www.ed.gov/prog_info/SFA/StudentGuide


Natl. Assoc. of Student Fin. Aid Administrators


http://nasfaa.org


Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board


http://www.thecb.state.tx.us






CAREER SITES


General Science Sites:


Occupational Outlook Handbook



stats.bls.gov/oco


National Academy of Sciences



www.nas.edu


National Academy of Sciences Career Planning


www.nas.edu/cpc/index.html


American Academy of Forensic Sciences


www.aafs.org/


Association of American Medical Colleges


www.aamc.org


Health Careers




chc.hcwp.org

Biology Career Sites:


Biotechnology




www.bio.org


Careers in Biology



www.lander.edu/sciencejobs/careers_in_biology.html


Biology Careers




www.aibs.org/careers/index.html


Marine Mammal Careers



http://pegasus.cc.ucf.edu/~smm/strat.htm

Chemistry Career Sites:


American Chemical Society



www.acs.org


Careers in Chemistry



www.chemistry.ucsc.edu/


Careers in Chemistry



www.chem.indiana.edu/careers/

Mathematics Career Sites:



Careers in Mathematics



math.sfsu.edu/stat/career.htm

Physics Career Sites:






Physics Careers




scidiv.bcc.ctc.edu/Physics/Careers.html


Physics Careers Information



www.physicstoday.org/jobs/

INTERNET SITES

Texas A&M University Financial Aid/Scholarships/Science Careers


TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY (TAMU) SITES

Texas A&M Home Page

(Leads to all A&M programs, including admissions, housing, honors, etc.) http:// www.tamu.edu

College of Science

(Science home page. From here go to Department and course web sites) http:// www.science.t
amu.edu

Registrar


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registration information)




www.tamu.edu/admissions/records/index.html

Student Financial Aid

(Information on financial aid available at A&M includes student employment. http://faid.tamu.edu


Can also do a national scholarship search.)

Measurement and Research

(testing information)





www.tamu.edu/marshome/testing/index.html

Texas Common Course







www.tccns.org/matrix/index.htm


Numbering System





http://www.science.tamu.edu/undergraduates/aid/



College of Science
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Presentation

http://www.science.tamu.edu/files/ppt/TransferInformationDay06.ppt



COLLEGE OF SCIENCE

Texas A&M University











Transfer Information Day

Fall 2006