Students interested in the study of the biological and biomedical sciences earn a B.S. in Biology. Students complete a minimum of 120 credits to earn a bachelor’s degree: 49-51 credits of core courses, 0-3 elective credits, and 72-74 credits (20 courses) in their major:
Six biology electives (22-24 credits) from the 200-level or above, at least four of which have laboratory associated with them.
Students interested in the study of microorganisms, viruses and the immune system will satisfy the B.S. in Biology with a concentration in microbiology. Those pursuing this concentration will satisfy the above for a B.S. in Biology with the following additions. Majors complete 21 courses (78 credits).