Our curricula are designed to provide students with a broad exposure to the concepts and methodologies of the biological sciences, as well as the possibility of more focused studies in specific areas. Each of our degrees offers a comprehensive background for post-graduate studies in all areas of the biological sciences, secondary education, and professional programs in medicine, dentistry, optometry and veterinary medicine.
Bachelor’s Degree Programs
The department offers degrees in Biological Sciences, Biochemistry and Microbiology. All of the degrees require 23 to 25 hours of credit referred to as core courses and a minimum of 14-17 hours of upper division elective courses. There are various limitations on the choice of upper division elective courses depending on the degree. The department also offers a minor in biological sciences.
- Biological Sciences – No Concentration
- Biological Sciences – Marine Concentration
- Biological Sciences – Secondary Education Concentration
***Attention BIOL/BCH/MBIO MAJORS***
NEW ON-LINE SYSTEM FOR APPLYING FOR PERMISSION OF DEPARTMENT COURSES
BIOL 3116 Microbiology Lab and BIOL 4162 Food Microbiology
The online enrollment period for BIOL 3116 and BIOL 4162 has closed. For more information, please visit Life Sciences Building 101.
*** Completion of an application for enrollment does not guarantee a seat in the course.
If you have any questions or concerns, please stop by the Department of Biological Sciences in Life Sciences Building 101 or contact Sandra Feuer DiTusa at firstname.lastname@example.org or Ann Polito at email@example.com.