Biology

We invite you to come and explore the Department of Biology at Bradley University! Our knowledgeable professors are dedicated to teaching and research, and our classes are designed to prepare students to excel in their field. Our graduates have enjoyed outstanding success rates entering into post-graduate professional programs (medical, dental, veterinary, podiatry, optometry, chiropractic) and post-graduate M.S. and Ph.D. programs (developmental, cell and molecular biology, ecology, and evolutionary biology), or beginning their careers right after graduation. We pride ourselves on the fantastic placement of our graduates into medical schools, graduate schools, and other professional programs. Please see the list of post-graduate programs recently attended by our students.

To find out more about the faculty, the curriculum, undergraduate and graduate research opportunities, and more, please use the menu at the left to navigate our website.

For prospective students with questions about the department, please contact the department and we’ll be happy to answer them for you. For our former students, we always enjoy hearing updates from you – tell us how things are going!

Departmental News

  • From Bradley to Top Medical School
    Biology graduate praises faculty mentor
  • Panel Analyzes Religion Through Lens of Liberal Arts
    Dr. Robert Fuller and three other Bradley faculty examined Fuller’s latest book, “The Body of Faith: A Biological History of Religion in America,” in November’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Lecture Series. In addition to Fuller, the panel included professors from the biology, psychology, and history departments.
  • Bradley alumna named curator for NSTA
    Nicole Vick, ’13, graduated from Bradley University with a Professional Master of Arts in Environmental Science Education. She has now been selected as curator for the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) to roll out new national core standards for science as part of the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS).

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