The Biological Sciences major offers a diverse curriculum and prepares students for work and continued study in a variety of fields. Learn more
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What is Biology?
Biology is the study of life. Biologists study the diversity, history, and
structure of living things and their components, at community, population,
individual, cellular, molecular, and biochemical levels.
One of Weinberg College's most popular majors, a major in Biological Sciences
prepares students for a variety of positions: in research and education; in
medical and other health professions; in pharmaceutical, genetic testing, and
other biomedical companies; and in government agencies.
Zero Gravity Experiment Launch Included Biological Sciences Students
In a collaborative effort between the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences and the McCormick School of Engineering, a Microgravity Team participated in an experiment with NASA to learn more about why bones become weaker in space. Andrew Kozminski is team leader and a senior in the WCAS Program in Biological Sciences. Read more about the Vomit Comet mission.
Program in Biological Sciences 2205 Tech Drive O.T. Hogan Hall Room 2-144
Evanston, IL 60208
Phone: 847-467-2310 Fax: 847-467-0525