The Human Physiology curriculum has premedical courses built in as requirements. It’s an excellent alternative to a traditional biology degree, because it expands on the usual pre-med requisites with classes such as gross human anatomy, exercise physiology, cardiopulmonary pathophysiology, neuroanatomy, and neurophysiology.
The four-year curriculum includes five electives in the humanities and social sciences. It also allows for up to three additional electives you can use to go deeper into a specific discipline, complete prerequisite courses for a graduate program, or explore your other interests in any BU school or college.
The minimum requirements to enter the junior year are 64 credits, a minimum GPA of 2.0, and the successful completion of the required courses (or transfer equivalents) specified in the freshman and sophomore curriculum.
Graduation requires a minimum of 128 credits, distributed according to the curriculum, with a cumulative grade point average of 2.0. This GPA must represent a record that contains no more than 12 credits of D grades. A student may repeat a course only once to meet this requirement.
A course will not be accepted for external transfer if the grade is lower than a C. (A grade of C- is not acceptable.)