Chapter 3
Major Mandatory Courses

 3.1 Biology Major Courses
  BIO301: Animals: Form and function
  BIO302: Advanced cell biology
  BIO303: Experimental design and hypothesis testing
  BIO304: Essential biochemistry
  BIO305: Advanced developmental biology
  BIO306: Plants: Form and function
  BIO311: Molecular methods in biology lab
  BIO312: Development and physiology lab
  BIO401: Structure and function of genomes
  BIO402: Microbial physiology and microbial genetics
  BIO403: Advanced evolutionary biology
  BIO404: Cellular and molecular basis of the immune response
  BIO411: Bioinformatics lab
  BIO412: Lab on biophysical and spectroscopic tools
 3.2 Chemistry Major Courses
  CHM301: Quantum chemistry
  CHM302: Organic chemistry
  CHM303: Main group chemistry
  CHM304: Symmetry in chemistry
  CHM305: Physical organic chemistry
  CHM306: Transition metal chemistry
  CHM311: Organic chemistry lab
  CHM312: Inorganic chemistry lab
  CHM401: Molecular spectroscopy
  CHM402: Chemistry of materials
  CHM403: Analytical chemistry
  CHM404: Statistical thermodynamics
  CHM411: Physical chemistry lab
  CHM412: Analytical chemistry laboratory
 3.3 Mathematics Major Courses
  MTH301: Analysis in n
  MTH302: Integers, polynomials and matrices
  MTH303: Ordinary and partial differential equations
  MTH304: Topology
  MTH305: Complex analysis
  MTH307: Discrete mathematics
  MTH308: Groups and fields
  MTH309: Measure and probability
  MTH402: Functional analysis
  MTH403: Manifolds
 3.4 Physics Major Courses
  PHY301: Classical mechanics
  PHY302: Quantum mechanics
  PHY303: Electrodynamics
  PHY304: Statistical mechanics
  PHY306: Advanced quantum mechanics
  PHY310: Mathematical methods for physicists I
  PHY311: Advanced optics and spectroscopy lab
  PHY312: Advanced electronics and instrumentation lab
  PHY401: Nuclear and particle physics
  PHY402: Solid state physics
  PHY403: Atomic and molecular physics
  PHY411: Nuclear physics lab
  PHY412: Condensed matter physics lab