Undergraduate Degree Programs

Students in Dr. Scully's Service-Learning course on the Mount Vernon Campus. | Photo from GWToday
Students in Dr. Scully's Service-Learning course on the Mount Vernon Campus. | Photo from GWToday

For CCAS General Curriculum requirements and course offerings, please refer to the Biology Majors Advisee sheet and Course Syllabi.


BA in Biology Degree

Requirements for the undergraduate Bachelor of Arts in Biology can be found by clicking the link above.


BS in Biology Degree

The BS program has concentrations in:

Requirements for the undergraduate Bachelor of Science in Biology can be found by clicking the respective links above.


BS in Neuroscience Degree

The BS in Neuroscience program is an interdisciplinary program but housed in the Department of Biology. The major takes an integrated and rigorous approach that emphasizes convergence between the subfields of molecular neuroscience and cellular neuroscience and links these fields to produce a comprehensive understanding of neural circuitry, processing, and behavioral outputs.


BS/MS Program

The Department of Biology offers the potential for a fifth year Masters degree as part of a BS/MS program, which requires the student complete 6 graduate credits in addition to their undergraduate degree requirements. Contact the Biology graduate advisor (Dr. Gustavo Hormiga) during the student's Junior year to apply.


Minor in Biology

Students majoring in other departments may elect a minor in biology. This requires 12 credit hours of 2000-3000 level BISC courses in the department, not including research or independent study courses.

 

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