The B.S. in Biology (major code BIOL) is a program that provides a strong background in the biological sciences in preparation for careers in various areas of biology, veterinary, dentistry, medicine, and related professions. Through biology elective courses, the program gives students the opportunity to become familiar with different specialized areas of biological sciences and to engage in independent library or laboratory research.
In addition to meeting the standards and requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences, degree candidates for B.S. in Biology must complete a minimum of 65 credits in biology, chemistry, mathematics and physics. Students majoring in biology with the intent to earn the B.S. degree follow the College of Arts and Sciences B.S. Core Curriculum.
Link to College Core requirement.
B.S. Degree Requirements