Biological Sciences, BS

The major in Biological Sciences (BSCI) provides a comprehensive education in biology, including courses in cell biology, genetics, evolutionary biology, physiology, neurobiology, biochemistry, molecular biology, immunobiology, ecology, microbiology and plant biology.  Students majoring in Biological Sciences can apply for the Disciplinary Honors Program in Biological Sciences which provides experiential learning opportunities such as independent research, internships, research-based laboratory courses and accompanying seminars.

The Biological Sciences major has modified requirements for pre-dental scholars entering the Marquette University Dental School after only three years or Marquette University students accepted into the early assurance PharmD program at the Medical College of Wisconsin to grant a B.S. after year 1 in the professional programs.