Biology B.S. degrees and minor
B.S. in Biology (Cell and Molecular Biology)
The cell and molecular biology emphasis includes courses in genetics and cell biology, on top of your general biology education. It provides biology majors with rigorous training suitable for medical admissions, and other health professions such as dentistry and biotechnology, and graduate study in biological and biomedical research, industry and teaching.
B.S. in Biology (Ecology and Evolutionary Biology)
An emphasis in ecology and evolutionary biology allows you to round out your biology major with courses that focus on population biology, evolution and ecological theory. It provides biology majors with in-the-field training suitable for a wide variety of professional careers in wildlife biology and conservation biology, and graduate study in ecological and environmental research, industry and teaching.
B.S. in Neuroscience
The undergraduate neuroscience curriculum offers students comprehensive training in the foundations of modern neuroscience from the cellular to systems level, as well as basic and applied knowledge in general science, psychology and biology that will allow you to understand and critically evaluate knowledge in the field of neuroscience. The interdisciplinary bachelor's degree in neuroscience is offered jointly through the Department of Psychology and Department of Biology.