As a Biology student, you’ll study life and the principles, from the molecular level of organization to the biosphere level, in preparation for medical school, graduate study, or a top-notch job.

  • Look for signs of life during faculty directed research into topics such as microbiology, genetics and DNA repair, toxicology, conservation genetics, virology, ecology, and evolution.
  • Study principles of cell structure and function, molecular genetics, physiology, vertebrate anatomy, microbiology, developmental biology, immunology, taxonomy, and evolution.
  • Learn and research in completely renovated, state-of-the-art laboratories.

Course Examples by Year


Introduction to Biology I and II
General Chemistry I and II


Ecology and the Environment
Cellular, Molecular and Developmental Biology
Biology Elective
Organic Chemistry
Organic Qualitative Analysis


Biology Electives
General Physics I and II


Biology and other Science Courses

Where Graduates Go

Biology graduates enter medical or dental schools (with almost twice the national average rate of acceptance), or continue other health science related graduate study.