Department of Biology




You can choose biology: biodiversity, ecology, and evolution (BEE), biomedical sciences, biotechnology, and life science teaching specializations for your bachelor of science degree. You will build a strong foundation in biology, and be encouraged to take part in primary research in ongoing laboratory and field projects.

Start with our biology placement test.

An academic adviser will help you take pre-requisites and courses on the right timetable. Use degree maps and course flowcharts to help plan your major courses.



The Department of Biology offers two tracks towards an advanced degree in Biology (Master of Science and Master of Arts). Click here for a detailed overview of frequently asked questions regarding the Graduate Program in Biology. For further information about each program and emphasis click below.

Teaching Assistantship Application - Applications are due April 1st for positions starting during the Fall and November 1st for positions starting in the Spring.

Pre-Professional Advising