Biology studies living systems from microscopic cells to ecosystems such as forests and wetlands. A degree from the biology department prepares you to make a difference as an educator, medical professional, scientist or environmental advocate.
All programs give you a firm grounding in research and career preparation. You begin to learn research during your freshman year. As an upper-level student, you can participate in advanced research projects with faculty mentors. You can earn a general biology degree, or you can add one of four concentrations if you want a focused degree. A biomedical science degree is available if you want to pursue a medical career. These degrees ready you for graduate studies or professional schools. You also can earn an education degree to teach high school science. Additionally, you can earn a master’s degree in biology.
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Undergraduate MajorsBiology Concentration in Biology Education Concentration in Cell and Molecular Biology Concentration in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Concentration in Medical Technology Biomedical Science Concentration in Biomedical Science Research and Development Concentration in Pre-Med Concentration in Veterinary Science Environmental Science - Biology Concentration Combined 4+1 Bachelor’s/Master’s in Biology
Undergraduate MinorsBiology Neuroscience
Graduate ProgramsMaster of Science in Biology