SLU-Madrid’s Department of Natural Sciences is dedicated to nurturing scientific literacy and training students in scientific learning and research techniques. Graduates leave with a robust natural-science education, mathematical skills, and the ability to work independently.
From ecology to molecular biology, the science of biology studies them all. ... Biologists study the structure, function, growth, origin, evolution and distribution of living organisms.
SLU-Madrid and the Department of Biology at SLU in St. Louis offers a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Science and five specialized B.S. concentrations, allowing a biology major to focus their degree program on a specific area of study. If you begin the biology program in Madrid, you will be required to transfer to St. Louis to complete it.
Whilst studying at the St. Louis campus, students have the opportunity to complete internships with local companies like the Missouri Botanical Garden, the St. Louis Zoo, Sigma Aldrich and Monsanto.
Suffolk University’s biology program is extremely collaborative and career-focused: Major students have the opportunity of joining The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB). They also get the chance to join the Health Careers Club, which offers professor-guided research opportunities and gives hands-on experience in the laboratory and in the field.
Undergraduate degrees in Radiation Science and Radiation Therapy are offered by the Biology department. Suffolk University’s biology department has two fully accredited post-baccalaureate certificate programs: Medical Dosimetry and Radiation Therapy.
As a Suffolk University student reading radiation science, medical dosimetry or therapy. Students will delve into a multi-faceted program that incorporates biology, physics, chemistry, radiation and mathematics. Suffolk’s programs prepare students for significant careers in the field of health sciences and cancer treatment.
Concentrations include: Biotechnology, Health Careers and Marine Science.
How did such an astonishing variety of living things develop on Earth? What makes these fungi, plants, bacteria and animals? How do non-living things vary from living things? Part of these questions shape the basics of biology and life sciences. People are also living organisms and we have developed in response to the same basic set of chemical components. We all share the same progressions that allow us to survive. Bircham University’s Biology & Life Science program describes biological concepts and offers a combined presentation of life and its variation through evolution.
Subjects covered on this course include: Life Science, Biology, Genetics, Cell Biology, Plants Biology, Marine Biology, Animal Biology, Virus & Bacteria, Invertebrate Animals, Molluscs & Insects, Vertebrates, Plants Biodiversity & Marine Life.
The Biology & Life Science module is available at Specialist, Expert, Bachelor's, Master's & Ph.D. (Doctoral) Degree program levels.