The Bachelor of Arts in Biology degree offers students a broad education in the biological sciences while still being firmly grounded in the liberal arts.
The Bachelor of Science in Biology includes the same biology requirements as the Bachelor of Arts but includes several additional supporting courses in chemistry, mathematics and physics. Most students preparing for graduate or professional schools elect to fulfill this major option.
The Bachelor of Arts in Life Sciences is designed to address the need for supportive courses in earth sciences which is required of students preparing for secondary school teaching licensure in Life Sciences.
The Bachelor of Science in Biopsychology is designed to give students an integrative perspective on the biological basis of behavior through a series of courses in both biology and psychology.