When studying abroad in Norwich, England, at the University of East Anglia, history is everywhere.
Biochemistry & molecular biology majors often study abroad, and the science curriculum at the University of East Anglia, in Norwich, England, offers a rich course of study.
Course Equivalencies (updated Aug. 2016)
UEA Course Number
|UEA Course Title||Dickinson Course Number||Dickinson Course Title||Comments|
|BIO 4013Y (Fall portion only)||Molecules, Genes, and Cells||BIOL/CHEM 342||Structure and Function of Biomolecules||See * below|
|BIO 5002A||Biochemistry||BIOL 343||Metabolism||CHEM 343|
|BIO 5003B||Molecular Biology||BIOL 417||Molecular Genetics w/lab|
|BIO 5005B||Cell Biology||BIOL 313||Cell Biology w/lab|
|BIO 5009A||Genetics||BIOL 216||Genetics|
|BIO 5015B||Microbiology||BIOL 326||Microbiology w/lab|
|BIO 6009A||Cancer Biology||BIOL 425||The Biology of Cancer w/lab||does not fulfill BIOL 4xx required for BCMB major since course does not have a lab|
|CHE-5201Y (first semester) plus a second 10 UCU chemistry course||CHEM 244|
Students who want credit for 241 and 242 must go for the year and enroll in CHE-4101Y (Students will also need to take CHE-4001Y, a lab course, to get 241/242 credit).
*Students who have plans to go to medical school or graduate school should NOT take UEA BIO 4013Y. This is because such students need an in-depth coverage of this material to be ready for the MCATs or GREs, as well as for coursework that would be completed during medical or graduate school. Such students should take BIOL/CHEM 342 at Dickinson during Spring of Junior or Senior year. Taking UEA BIO 4013Y should be adequate for a student not interested in pursing graduate study in cell/molecular biology or biochemistry, or not planning to attend medical/vet/dental school, after Dickinson.