Even as an undergraduate, you can find opportunities to participate in hands-on research, volunteer work and internships that can enhance your education and help broaden your horizons and prepare you for your career.
Students in biomedical sciences focus on applied biology related to human and animal health and disease. Coursework includes human and animal gross anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology.
Undergraduate students in environmental health study how people interact with their environment and investigate potential impacts on human health. Coursework focuses on environmental health water quality, industrial hygiene, toxicology, and more.
Microbiology majors study organisms such as bacteria, protozoa, viruses, and prions. Coursework will focus on physiology, genetics, pathogenicity, ecology and taxonomy of microorganisms.
Students in neuroscience will choose between two concentrations: behavioral and cognitive neuroscience (BCN) and cell molecular neuroscience (CMN). Coursework includes chemistry, mathematics, biology, psychology, physiology, biochemistry, and more.
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