The B.A. and B.S. degrees offered by the department reflect the integrated view and increased awareness that sub-disciplines within biology are merging into a broad principles-based discipline that recognizes the similarities among living organisms. The core curricula of our different majors include foundational coursework in mathematics, chemistry and physics with concomitant exposure to concepts fundamental to all living things at several levels of organization. Upper division electives allow students to emphasize natural history, anatomy/physiology, molecular/cellular/developmental biology, biochemistry, microbiology, and quantitative/integrative biology.
Please browse this section for information about undergraduate studies. Common academic topics are listed below to help you find what you need. Please don't hesitate to contact the department at (208) 885-6329 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
For further information about undergraduate degree requirements, please refer to the Undergraduate Curricular Requirements and requirements for Academic Minors at the University Catalog Information site.
As you go about the process of choosing a university and a major, there are many factors to be considered. View this site for information about undergraduate advising. If you need further help, you may e-mail questions to Pat McCarroll, Coordinator of Advising at email@example.com.
For information about financial aid or scholarships, visit the Student Financial Aid and Scholarships Office or call (208) 885-6312.
For a good overview of the careers and job prospects awaiting successful graduates in the biological sciences, visit the Bureau of Labor Statistics’(BLS) Occupational Outlook Handbook, Life/Physical/Social Science section.
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