The biology major (B.S.) is designed to prepare students interested in a wide variety of topics, including medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, academia, secondary education, cell and molecular biology, ecology and evolution, or medical technology.
The Department of Biology offers the opportunity for a student to receive one of several concentrations that will allow students to concentrate or specialize in various areas that will better prepare them for their post graduate careers. Specifically, the department offers concentrations in cell and molecular biology – preprofessional, ecology and evolutional biology, secondary teaching, and medical technology.
The Department of Biology offers a minor in Biology. Following completion of two required core classes, students can select from many departmental course offerings (provided that course prerequisites are met). Students desiring a minor will take a minimum of 23 hours.
NOTE: A minor must have at least 12 semester hours of courses that are not used to fulfill the requirements of the student's major(s) or any other minor of the student.
The Department of Biology offers a Master’s of Science (M.S.) degree. There are two paths to admission to the M.S. program: an accelerated 4+1 program for students already pursuing an undergraduate degree in the department, and a traditional M.S. program that invites applications from both within and outside Bradley.