The Program in Biological Sciences is located in Hogan Hall 2-144. The best way to get to our office complex is to enter through the Pancoe Northshore University Health System Life Sciences Pavilion. Hogan and Pancoe are located in the northern part of campus, to the east (lake side) of Tech and to the northeast of Annenberg Hall (School of Education and Social Policy). Please enter Pancoe via either of the two ground-level entrances. If you come in the entrance on the west side of the building (opposite Shirley and Patrick Ryan Hall and the Silverman Building, please proceed up the stairs or elevator to the second floor of Pancoe. To one side you will see Einstein's Bagels. Proceed in the opposite direction, travelling through the aerial corridor between Pancoe and Hogan. At the end of this corridor, on your left, will be our offices in Hogan 2-144.
The primary mission of the Program in Biological Sciences is to provide a strong curriculum for students wishing to pursue a Bachelor of Arts degree program at Northwestern University. The Program provides advising and other resources for majors. During their Junior and Senior years, each student takes a specified set of specialized courses that allows the student to Concentrate in one of six biological areas. In addition, the Program in Biological Sciences also offers a Minor in the Study of Evolutionary Processes and a Masters' in Plant Biology and Conservation.