The study of biology strives to understand the natural world we live in, including the human body. A career in biology involves curiosity of how living things work, how they interact with each other and the non-living world and how our actions influence nature and our bodies. Studying biology causes us to ask questions, make observations, describe potential answers, design studies, collect evidence, evaluate data and solve problems. Biologists may use a microscope to study human health and diseases, or a single celled organisms effect on the environment, Biology may also use nets to capture migrating birds and understand their contribution habitats along their migratory routes, or use a greenhouse to grow native plants which will be transplanted in ecosystem recovery efforts.
A complete list of courses for the Biology major can be found in the Academic Catalog »
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