Biology (BBI) / BSc

BSc Gemeenschappelijk gedeelte

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including all 60 credits of the B1
RO-1: Choose MAT-14803 Mathematics 1 if you did Math A at VWO; choose MAT-15303 Statistics 1 if you did Math B at VWO
RO-2: Choose 35 credits of electives. You can either choose a minor or your own coherent set of electives. Next to that, students that want to orientate themselves on the job market can choose the BSc Internship Biology (YBI70324). Students should have completed their BSc thesis Biology prior to starting with their BSc Internship Biology.

ORC-13803Bio-organic Chemistry for Life Sciences3.00CSB11AF
PEN-10503Ecology I3.00CSB11MO
PEN-20503Ecology II3.00CSB11MO
ZSS-06000General Safety0.00CSB11WD
ZSS-06100Laboratory Safety0.00CSB11WD
ZSS-06200Fieldwork Safety0.00CSB11WD
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB12AF
PCC-12803General Chemistry for the Life Sciences3.00CSB12AF
CBI-10306Cell Biology6.00CSB12MO
GEN-11806Fundamentals of Genetics6.00CSB13WD
GEN-11306Evolution and Systematics6.00CSB14WD
EZO-10306Human and Animal Biology I6.00CSB15AF
PPH-10806Structure and Function of Plants6.00CSB15MO
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB16AF
BIP-10803Physics for Life Sciences3.00CSB16MO
BIS-10306Biodiversity of The Netherlands 6.00CSB16WD
CLB-10803Reproduction of Plants3.00CSB21AF
HAP-11303Academic Skills for Biologists3.00CSB21AF
HAP-20306Human and Animal Biology, part 26.00CSB21MO
MIB-10306Microbiology & Biochemistry6.00CSB22AF
EZO-23306Modelling Biological Systems6.00CSB22MO
EZO-20306Invertebrates, Algae & Fungi6.00CSB23AF+6WD
MOB-20803Mechanisms of Development3.00CSB23MO
BHE-20303Animal Behaviour3.00CSB25AF
CPT-10303Ethics and Philosophy for Biologists3.00CSB25AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB26AF
YBI-38301Skills portfolio for BBI1.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
YBI-85812BSc Thesis Biology12.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1B11AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B11AF
YBI-70324BSc Internship Biology24.00RO2B31,2,3,4,5,6

A - Spec. A - Cell Biology and Molecular Interactions

 B1 B2 B3

BIC-10306Practical Biological Chemistry6.00CSB24WD
MOB-20306Gene Technology6.00CSB25MO
GEN-30306Genetic Analysis Trends and Concepts6.00CSB26WD
BIF-20306Introduction to Bioinformatics6.00CSB31MO
CLB-30306Advanced Cellular Imaging Techniques6.00CSB32AF

B - Spec. B - Development and Adaptation

 B1 B2 B3

BIC-10306Practical Biological Chemistry6.00CSB24WD
EZO-22306Key concepts in developmental biology6.00CSB25MO
PPH-30806Plant Plasticity and Adaptation6.00CSB26WD
EZO-31306Vertebrate Structure and Function6.00CSB32MO

C - Spec. C - Health and Disease

 B1 B2 B3

Limited choice:

In period 5 MO you have to follow two specialization courses. You have to do CBI20803 and have to choose between TOX20303 or VIR20803. These three courses are scheduled in such a way that students can follow all three courses in period 5 MO.
RO1: choose at least one course.

BIC-10306Practical Biological Chemistry6.00CSB24WD
CBI-20803Introduction to Human Immunology3.00CSB25MO
HAP-21806Behavioural Endocrinology6.00CSB26WD
NEM-20806Basics of Infectious Diseases6.00CSB31AF
HAP-30306Nutritional Physiology6.00CSB32MO
TOX-20303General Toxicology3.00RO1B25MO
VIR-20803Human Infectious Diseases3.00RO1B25MO

D - Spec. D - Ecology

 B1 B2 B3

Limited choice:

RO1: choose at least one course.

CSA-20806Population and Systems Ecology6.00CSB24WD
GEN-20306Molecular and Evolutionary Ecology6.00CSB25MO
BIS-21306Webs of Terrestrial Diversity6.00CSB26WD
REG-31806Ecological Methods I6.00CSB31MO
GRS-10306Introduction Geo-information Science6.00RO1B32MO
PPS-20306Systems Analysis and Modelling6.00RO1B32MO