Current Biology Majors
The Department of Biology serves approximately 1000 majors in diverse fields of study. The links below will provide information that will help you better plan your degree program, learn about student organizations, find scholarships, and get involved in research. If you have questions that this page does not answer, feel free to visit the department office to get more information.
Advising. Information on advising, including degree programs for the BA and BS, recommended course sequences, and helpful tips on advising.
Student Organizations. The Department of Biology has several active student organizations that help you get to know your fellow biology majors.
Scholarships. Scholarships are a great way to enhance your resume and help pay the bills. Learn more about the department’s many scholarship opportunities.
Research Opportunities. Once of the most valuable undergraduate experiences is to get involved in research with a faculty mentor. Learn more about how you can participate in the department’s Biology 4890 research program or other research opportunities.
Pre-Health Professional Students. Pre-Health Professional Programs (pre-med, pre-vet, pre-optometry) are popular options in our department. Find information to help with the unique challenges and opportunities facing pre-health professional students.
Career Preparation. Unsure about what you should be doing to prepare for a career or graduate work? Get advice on things you should be doing to prepare for life after graduation.
Last updated: 12/1/2014