Sample Schedule #1

BA in Biology, BS in Economics (concentration in Operations, Information & Decisions)*

  • Science

  • Business

  • LSM Courses

  • General Education Courses


First-Year Fall Semester

Life Sciences & Management Seminar (LSMP 1210)
Molecular Biology of Life with lab (BIOL 1121, 1123)
Critical Writing (WRIT 0890)
Micro/Macroeconomics (BEPP 1000)
Wharton Leadership Requirement (WH1010) (half credit)

First-Year Spring Semester

Ethics and Social Responsibility (LGST 1000)
General Chemistry I (CHEM 1012)
Managerial Economics (BEPP 2500)
Introduction to Operations, Information and Decisions (OIDD 1010)
Introduction to Business Statistics II (STAT 1020)


Fall Semester

Asian American Literature (ENGL 1270)
General Chemistry II (CHEM 1022)
Molecular Biology and Genetics (BIOL 2210)
Principles of Accounting I (ACCT 1010)
Corporate Finance (FNCE 1000)
Wharton Leadership Requirement (WH2010) (half credit)

Spring Semester

The American South (HIST 1121)
Introduction to Brain and Behavior (BIOL 2810)
Organic Chemistry I (CHEM 2410)
Healthcare Economics & Financing (HCMG 2040)
Monetary Economics (FNCE 1010)
Managerial Accounting (ACCT 1020)
Summer Internship


Fall Semester

Organic Chemistry II (CHEM 2420)
Ecology (BIOL 2610)
Decision Processes (OIDD 2900)
Physics 101 (PHYS 0101)
Intro to Marketing (MKTG 1010)

Spring Semester

Experimental Organic Chemistry (CHEM 2450)
Biochemistry (BIOL 2810)
Physics 102 (PHYS 0102)
Introduction to Management (MGMT 1010)
Negotiations (OIDD 2910)
Summer Internship


Fall Semester

LSM Capstone (LSMP 4210)
Consumer Behavior (MKTG 2110)
Independent Study (BIOL 3999)
Vertebrate Physiology (BIOL 2310)
Race, Science, and Globalization (STSC 2198)
Social Impact and Responsibility (LGST 2300)

Spring Semester

LSM Capstone (LSMP 4210)
Independent Study (BIOL 4999)
Genome Sciences & Genomic Medicine (BIOL 4231)
Risk Analysis and Environmental Management (OIDD 2610)
Introduction to Computer Programming (CIS 110)

*Assumes AP credit for Calculus I (MATH 104) and waiver for Statistics I (STAT 101), as well as AP Language Credit.