The Biology major can serve as a stepping-stone for a wide variety of career opportunities, such as medical, dental, or veterinary school, or for a graduate program in the biological and applied sciences. It can also serve as a valuable and satisfying focus of a liberal arts education for those not planning careers in science-related fields. Throughout these pages, students will find information from courses, how to declare the major and complete requirements to resources on campus for career services, advising, and research opportunities:
Our peer and staff advisors would love to answer your questions about the major.
Follow these simple steps to declare a major in Biology.
The honors program allows students to complete a substantial piece.
Learn more about opportunities to get involved in research, both in the Biology department.
Students are invited to undertake a year-long capstone experience in lieu.
Yes, you can spend a quarter off campus & graduate in 4 years.