Uncover the living systems that make up our world.
Discover that science is a way of knowing, not just a collection of facts. Apply your curiosity to the study of natural processes. Explore the world’s complex systems and see how all life is connected. Gain a broad knowledge of biology, chemistry, physics, and mathematics.
You'll make connection that will launch you into your career with hands on experience and internships at places like the Museum of Science, Earthwise Aware, Harvard Brain Tissue and Resource Center, Emerson Practice Associates, and many more. And once you graduate, you'll blaze a trail along a path that will lead you to work as an environmental educator, marine biologist, pharmaceutical researcher, brain researcher, and many more possibilities.
Build on your creativity and passion for people, plants, animals, and climate-change advocacy by going out into nature and conducting field experiments. Test what you’re learning in the lab, while participating in research led by some of the top faculty-researchers around.
Learn how to instill an appreciation for nature and living things through teaching. And because having a sense of social responsibility is important for biologists, your coursework will focus on ways that science can solve community health and environmental problems. With our reimagined general education curriculum, you'll be deeply engaged in 21st-century issues facing humankind.
Our connection to the Marine Studies Consortium offers unique opportunities for aquatic research, while our partnerships with communities abroad allow you to take your research around the globe. Choose to pursue our advanced track option as a stepping-stone to graduate-level study and research.