Biology examines the activity of organisms in the areas of function, growth, and evolution, as well as how these factors affect where the organism lives. It can further study how individual organisms interact within their environment.
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The Wartburg Biology Department prepares students for a wide variety of careers, including health professions, research, teaching, biotechnology, and fields involving global a ... +
Biology is the study of life. As broad as that sounds, it’s a science that can lead to just as wide a range of careers: Knowledge of biology is a gateway to curing disease, an ... +
You don’t study biology at Cornell College; you actually get to be a biologist. You will be asked to explore authentic research questions for which no one knows the answers. I ... +
The Department of Biology at Whittier College offers courses designed to produce graduates with a strong background in the organization and complexity of living systems, hypot ... +
How do we think? How do we give expression to our thoughts? These are fundamental questions posed by linguists investigating the ways language might be organized in the mind, ... +
The Department of Biological Sciences offers four distinct life sciences majors provided by a nationally recognized faculty that excels in teaching and research. Many faculty ... +
Biology is among Concordia's signature programs, owning a stellar reputation for placing students in prestigious graduate programs and careers.
Alfred University’s Biology program provides students with a diverse and interactive education in a non-traditional, hands-on setting. Here, you will DO science and not just l ... +
The curriculum in biology provides the student sound preparation in the major areas of biological science while permitting concentration in specialized areas of particular int ... +
The major objectives of the Biology Department are to provide a basis for a liberal arts education and to prepare students to pursue careers in research, teaching, industry or ... +
The neuroscience major at Wartburg is an interdisciplinary major that exposes students to the intersection of biology and psychology and then encourages them to make links to ... +
The brain and nervous system are considered the "final frontiers" of science. Study neuroscience to be part of the action.