We seek to educate the next generation of environmental scientists and environmental citizens by expanding our course offerings and by increasing hands-on, local, and applied learning opportunities.
Even as they strive to further enhance research, the EEB faculty has a deep commitment to students. They share a love of the natural world that inspires their teaching. Students at all levels share in the research in EEB laboratories, and many undergraduates publish work in top journals. EEB faculty members understand cooperation and how both faculty and students benefit from being part of a team.
The Departments of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Biochemistry and Cell Biology offer a broad range of courses in the biosciences: animal behavior, animal biology, biochemistry, biophysics, cell biology, developmental biology, ecology, endocrinology, evolutionary biology, genetics, immunology, microbiology, molecular biology, neurobiology plant biology, and advanced courses in these and related areas. Students may elect a:
- BA in Biological Sciences
- BA in Biochemistry and Cell Biology
- BA in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
- BS in Biochemistry and Cell Biology
- BS in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
- Minor in Biochemistry and Cell Biology
- Minor in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology