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 Our majors launch careers in health and medicine. While you're training to care for our world, we will care for you — by providing expertise, experiences, and helpful student services.

CVMBS Undergraduate Degree Programs

Undergraduate Students in Anatomy Lab

Students in biomedical sciences learn how the broad field of biology is applied to human health, veterinary medicine, and disease. Students graduate with a comprehensive understanding of the cells and systems that maintain human and animal health. This knowledge provides a foundation for many careers in health and medicine.​


The environmental health major prepares students for the branch of public health that studies how biological, chemical, and physical factors impact human health and disease. Students receive training that will help prevent injury and disease by managing environmental hazards and promoting healthier air, water, soil, homes, workplaces, and communities.​

micro student

Microbiology is the branch of biology that examines the structure and function of microorganisms and their influence on health and disease. These include bacteria, fungi, prions, protozoa, and viruses. More than 60 percent of our microbiology students gain invaluable experience conducting research in faculty laboratories. 

Neuroscience is the study of the nervous system – how it develops, how it is structured, and how it controls our senses, perceptions, thoughts, and behaviors in both normal and disease states. ​Students in neuroscience choose between two concentrations: behavioral and cognitive neuroscience and cell molecular neuroscience.​


 Undergraduate Brochure


 Welcome, Class of 2019!