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Join our faculty and 900+ Biology majors who work together in class, class labs, and mentored research projects.
Learn with fellow students in student organizations and study abroad.
Develop your skills in critical thinking and reasoning, and your understanding of the natural world and the complexity and beauty of science.
Students in any of our Biology majors can be involved in all of our Departmental courses and activities.
Full-time faculty teach 90% of our classes. In the class labs, including our upper level 12-16 student experimental lab courses, you will work in the state-of-the-art UD Integrated Science and Learning Labs to design and run original experiments, analyze data and communicate their results.
Are you interested in research? You can work in the research laboratories of core or affiliated faculty, and can apply for summer research financial support from Departmental and University fellowships. You can opt to complete a thesis to earn a Degree with Distinction or Honors Degree with Distinction, and present your original research at scientific meetings. Our students are recognized each year for their excellence in academics and research, and their community impact.
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Our Department connects with courses and research programs across UD. For example, if you are interested in:
the intersection of math and biology, see the Quantitative Biology major in the Department of Mathematical Sciences.
marine biology, see the College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment.
pre-veterinary studies, see the College of Agriculture.
Exercise Science, or an applied science degree such as Medical Laboratory Sciences, see the College of Health Sciences.
Biomedical Engineering, see the College of Engineering.
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