Biological Sciences

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Undergraduate Programs

The biological sciences are concerned with living organisms, especially the chemical and physical processes supporting life and the interactions of living organisms with their environment.

The curriculum offered by the Department of Biological Sciences teaches the concepts on which specialized knowledge depends. During the freshman and sophomore years, emphasis is placed on unifying themes among the biological sciences and enables students to master the fundamental concepts necessary for more advanced courses. In the junior and senior years, students take specialized courses reflecting the emphasis of their chosen option.

The department offers eight undergraduate program options, including Aquaculture, Biomedical SciencesGeneral Biology, Genomics & Molecular GeneticsMarine Biology, Marine ConservationMolecular Biology, and participates in the interdisciplinary Biochemistry program.

Choose an option below to view program information:

B.S. Biochemistry

B.S. Biological Sciences-Aquaculture

B.S. Biological Sciences-Marine Conservation

B.S. Biological Sciences-General Biology

B.S. Biological Sciences-Marine Biology

B.S. Biological Sciences-Genomics & Molecular Genetics

B.S. Biological Sciences-Biomedical Science (Premedical)

B.S. Biological Sciences-Molecular Biology