- Biology Undergraduate Research in Science and Technology Program (BURST)
- Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP)
- BIOL 3990/WRIT 4195 - Duluth Journal of Undergraduate Biology
- BIOL 3993 - Laboratory Teaching Experience
- BIOL 3994 - Undergraduate Research
- BIOL 3996 - Internship in Biology
Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Biology
A B.S. in biology offers preparation for graduate school and a sound basis for professional training in the biological and health sciences. Biology is an exceptional broad field that allows students to tailor their degree to fit their own needs and interests. To provide flexibility in pursuing personal interests or career preparation, the student chooses 18 credits of upper division biology electives. This major is also appropriate for students considering professional schools of medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, and veterinary medicine.
Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Cell and Molecular Biology
Cell and molecular biology are two of the most rapidly growing areas of modern biology. This major prepares students for graduate school and careers in cell biology, genetics, developmental biology, physiology, immunobiology, biotechnology, molecular biology, and microbiology. This major is also appropriate for students considering professional schools of medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, and veterinary medicine.
This program involves faculty in both the Swenson College of Science and Engineering and the University of Minnesota School of Medicine Duluth.
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) Biology
Biology has long been recognized as basic to environmental, agricultural, and medicinal studies. Because the topics studied by biologists range from subcellular particles to global environmental concerns, and because of the variety of living organsims and the various ways of studying them, many specialities have developed. The B.A. program for biology is committed to the advancement of knowledge through scholarly research and other creative activities.