Neuroscience, B. S.

The B.S. program in interdisciplinary neuroscience will provide students with foundational knowledge of the nervous system including a broad array of areas such as development of the nervous system, brain structure and function, cellular and molecular biology, neuropharmacology, neuroethics, research methods, as well as knowledge of neurodegenerative disease and psychological/psychiatric disorders.  The undergraduate program offers […]

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Biotechnology, B.S.

The B.S. in Biotechnology is designed to prepare students for professional careers in the rapidly growing biotechnology and biomedical industries. Students will be qualified to work in areas such as technical support, manufacturing and research. The major includes a 12 credit internship at a biotechnology or biomedical company. A few key courses are offered only at […]

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Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems, B.S.

Students completing this interdisciplinary program will graduate with the skills and knowledge needed to contribute to sustainable development, production, management, and utilization of terrestrial and aquatic microorganisms, plants and animals by society worldwide. Students will explore the food chain, from farm to plate to waste and back, emphasizing sustainability, impacts on human health, and resilience […]

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Biological Sciences, B.S.

The B.S. Biological Sciences program provides sound undergraduate training in basic sub-disciplines of biology and the supporting sciences of mathematics, chemistry, and physics. The program is highly flexible, allowing students to specialize in plant or animal biology, and in one or several sub-disciplines, such as ecology, physiology, evolution, behavior, cell or developmental biology.  The degree […]

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Biology, B.A.

The B.A. in Biology provides a high degree of flexibility, providing a foundation in biology with the option to choose courses in other disciplines. Students may want to use this opportunity to obtain further training in a sub-discipline of biology, such as a career in scientific illustration or technical writing by double majoring in biology […]

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Cell and Molecular Biology, B.S.

Advisors Bachelor of Science: General Options This major is the study of cells and the biological macromolecules—including DNA, RNA, proteins, lipids and carbohydrates—that define the structure and function of cells. The cell and molecular biology major provides excellent preparation for careers in medicine (the major automatically satisfies the pre-health course requirements), biomedical and life science […]

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Environmental Science and Management, B.S.

Environmental Science and Management incorporates coursework in water resources, geospatial technologies, wetland ecology, wildlife biology, soil science, forestry, and land use/environmental quality relationships. Students choose from three focus areas: GIS/Remote Sensing; Soil-Environmental Science; and Wildlife and Conservation Biology. Career options include environmental scientist, GIS specialist, pollution assessment and abatement, biology teacher, restoration ecologist, water quality […]

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