Students in the Bachelor of Science in Biology degree program study the evolution, structure, and function of life. They are introduced to many subspecialties of Biology, including: molecular biology, microbiology, genetics, botany, anatomy, physiology, zoology and ecology. Students get directly involved in the act of scientific investigation and discovery by designing and conducting their own experiments, and developing their scientific and quantitative reasoning skills. Students learn how to collect and organize data for analysis and hone their written and oral communication skills through lab reports and in-class presentations on their findings. Through coursework, students will gain core mastery in the areas of cell biology, molecular biology, genetics, organismal biology, ecology and evolution.