Registration for Fall: School of ScienceYour First Semeser in the School of Science School of Science students usually take four or five classes, depending on their major. School of Science students will be preregistered in most courses. Regardless of interests, they will take the following required 3 or 4 classes listed below. If you chose to come to Siena for the one day registration and advising session in July, you will be selecting one, maybe two courses to fill out your schedule. The following majors take the following courses: Biology: BIOL 110 or (170 if you earned a 4 or 5 on the AP exam), CHEM 110, FIRST YEAR SEMINAR 100; and MATH110 More information for Biology majors can be found HERE BioChem: MATH 110; BIOL 110 or (170 if you earned a 4 or 5 on the AP exam); CHEM 110; and FIRST YEAR SEMINAR 100
Chemistry: MATH 110; CHEM 110; FIRST YEAR SEMINAR 100; plus one course of your choice  usually Core. Computer Science: MATH 110, CSIS 110, FIRST YEAR SEMINAR 100; plus one course of your choice  usually Core. Environmental Studies (B.A.): ENVA 100, ENVA 140, FIRST YEAR SEMINAR 100; plus two additional courses of your choice  usually Core – Economics 101 suggested. Environmental Studies (B.S.) ENVA 100, BIOL 110, CALC 110 or Pre CALC,and FYSM
Mathematics: MATH 110; MATH 191; CSIS 110; FIRST YEAR SEMINAR 100;plus one course of your choice  usually Core. Physics: MATH 110; CSIS 120, PHYS 130; PHYS 132; FIRST YEAR SEMINAR 100; More information for Physics majors can be found HERE Undecided Science: If interested in a particular science, follow above. If not, take MATH 110, FIRST YEAR SEMINAR 100, one introductory science course, plus one course of your choice  usually Core. You will also take a one credit course entitled
Note: Some students may take MATH 050 (Prep for Calculus) instead of MATH 110. If you score a 4 or 5 in AP Calculus AB, you earn 4 credits for MATH110 and take MATH 120, CAL II, instead. If you score a 4 or a 5 in AP Calculus BC, you earn 4 credits for MATH110 and 4 credits for MATH120. All School of Science incoming freshman should read this link on: How do I know which Math course to take? If you are unsure about some of the choices above, or if you have additional questions, contact us at summeradvising@siena.edu or 518 783 2955.
