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Bachelor of Biology

Bachelor of Biology
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Model Path part 1

Compulsory courses

Earth Sciences I3sp1st semester
Temmerman, Stijn
General Chemistry6sp1st semester
Baeten, Linny
Building plans and diversity of plants and fungi6sp1st semester
Van De Vijver, Bart
Cell Biology8sp2nd semester
Vissenberg, Kris
Computer skills3sp1st semester
Latré, Steven
Ecology I4sp2nd semester
Ceulemans, Reinhart
Evolution theory and biological classification3sp1st semester
Van Damme, Raoul
Fauna and Flora I4sp1st/2nd sem.
Bervoets, Lieven
Physics I6sp2nd semester
Hadermann, Joke
Organic chemistry6sp2nd semester
Lemiere, Filip
Overview of the major building plans: animals6sp1st semester
Aerts, Peter
Mathematics6sp2nd semester
Symens, Stijn
 

Non compulsory optional course

This course can replace an optional course in BA3 (for more info see description).

Catch-up course in mathematics3sp1st semester
Eelbode, David
 

Model Path part 2

Compulsory courses

Earth sciences II6sp1st/2nd sem.
Temmerman, Stijn
Biochemistry6sp2nd semester
Asard, Han
Bioethics3sp2nd semester
Hens, Kristien
Biomolecules3sp1st semester
Lemiere, Filip
Diversity of animals3sp1st semester
Matthysen, Erik
Ecology II3sp1st semester
Nijs, Ivan
Embryology3sp1st semester
Aerts, Peter
Fauna and flora II3sp2nd semester
van Diggelen, Ruurd
Physics II6sp1st semester
Wuyts, Floris
Histology3sp1st semester
Adriaensen, Dirk
Statistics6sp2nd semester
Van Dongen, Stefan
Form and function: animals6sp1st semester
Blust, Ronny
Form and function: plants9sp2nd semester
Vissenberg, Kris
 

Model Path part 3

Compulsory courses

Sustainable Development3sp2nd semester
Gielen, Bert
Ecosystem Management5sp1st semester
Meire, Patrick
Ecosystemtypes3sp2nd semester
Janssens, Ivan
Behavioural Biology5sp1st semester
Eens, Marcel
Genetics including Population Genetics5sp2nd semester
Backeljau, Thierry
Introduction to immunology3sp2nd semester
NNB, -
Microbiology3sp1st semester
Lebeer, Sarah
Molecular Biology6sp1st semester
Beemster, Gerrit
Parasitology3sp2nd semester
Leirs, Herwig
 

Selection of broadening courses active pluralism and interculturalism

World View: Religion, Atheism and Science3sp1st semester
Loobuyck, Patrick
World View: Religion, Atheism and Meaning3sp2nd semester
Van Herck, Walter
World View: Religion, Atheism and Culture3sp1st semester
Loobuyck, Patrick
World View: Religion, Atheism and Society3sp2nd semester
Loobuyck, Patrick
City and Diversity3sp2nd semester
De Munck, Bert
Oosterlynck, Stijn
Media and Digital Society3sp1st semester
Hellinckx, Peter
Poels, Karolien
Migration, Integration and Diversity3sp2nd semester
Absillis, Kevin
Van Praag, Lore
De Feyter, Koen
Freedom, Citizenship and Democracy3sp1st semester
Van Eekert, Geert
Loobuyck, Patrick
Global justice3sp2nd semester
De Herdt, Tom
 

Field course and Laboratory course

Minimum one field course and/or Laboratory work to be chosen

Laboratory Work3sp1st semester
Prinsen, Els
Field Course Alpine Biology3sp1st semester
van Diggelen, Ruurd
Field Course Marine Biology3sp1st semester
De Boeck, Gudrun
Field Course Tropical Biology3sp1st semester
Leirs, Herwig
 

Project work

Project work is compulsory

Project3sp1st/2nd sem.
Prinsen, Els
 

Optional courses

Complete your programme with optional courses or with courses from the preparatory programme of the educational master, so that 180 ECTS-credits are acquired at the end of your bachelor programme.

Poverty and Inequality3sp2nd semester
Cantillon, Bea
Biological Anthropology3sp1st semester
Stevens, Jeroen
Müller, Wendt
3spNNB, -
Cultural Ecology3sp1st semester
Beyens, Louis
Good Field Practices4sp2nd semester
Matthysen, Erik
Good Laboratory Practices4sp1st semester
Prinsen, Els
Introduction to Systems Biology3sp2nd semester
Knapen, Dries
Laboratory animal science3sp1st semester
Van Ginneken, Chris
Observation Techniques4sp2nd semester
Eens, Marcel
Marine biology3sp1st semester
De Boeck, Gudrun
Mathematical Computational Biology3sp2nd semester
Laukens, Kris
Microscopy Techniques4sp2nd semester
Vissenberg, Kris
 

Preparatory programme of the educational master

The student can choose to change optional courses for courses from the preparatory programme of the educational master:
- 6 ects, choose general didactics + orientation traineeship
- 9 ects, choose general didactics + orientation traineeship + learn and motivate
- 12 ects, choose general didactics + orientation traineeship + learn and motivate + introduction course didactics X
- 15 ects, choose general didactics + orientation traineeship + learn and motivate + introduction course didactics X + introduction coursedidactics Y

General didactics3sp1st semester
Meeus, Wil
In-school training: orientation3sp1st semester
Struyf, Elke
Learn and motivate3sp1st semester
Colpaert, Jozef
Smits, Tom
Struyf, Elke
General didactics (2de sem., Stadscampus)3sp2nd semester
Meeus, Wil
General didactics (2de sem., stadscampus overdag)3sp2nd semester
Meeus, Wil
3sp2nd semester
Struyf, Elke
Learn and motivate3sp2nd semester
Colpaert, Jozef
Smits, Tom
Struyf, Elke
Casteleyn, Jordi
Learn and motivate3sp1st semester
Colpaert, Jozef
Smits, Tom
Struyf, Elke
 
Introduction teaching methodology biology with practice sessions (1st sem.)3sp1st semester
Pinxten, Annie
Introduction teaching methodology chemistry with practice sessions (1st sem.)3sp1st semester
Pinxten, Annie
Introduction teaching methodology engineering and technology with practice sessions (1st sem.)3sp1st semester
NNB, -
Introduction teaching methodology physics with practice sessions (1st sem.)3sp1st semester
Pinxten, Annie
Introduction teaching methodology computer science with practice sessions (1st sem.)3sp1st semester
Vandervieren, Ellen
Introduction teaching methodology general subj. for techn. and vocational ed. with practice sessions3sp1st semester
Janssenswillen, Paul
Introduction teaching methodology mathematics with practice sessions (1st sem.)3sp1st semester
Vandervieren, Ellen