The human biology B.S. provides students with a holistic understanding of our species with a focus on our biology, including consideration of how that biology is altered by our evolutionary history and a contemporary environment that includes natural, social, and technological components. Students explore these diverse aspects of humanity while gaining a solid knowledge of our biological foundations. Core coursework extends the investigation of human biology to the sub-cellular and molecular level and places the details of human biology within the larger context of biological and biochemical mechanisms common to life forms. The B.S. degree in Human Biology is designed to provide students with a strong scientific knowledge base in human biology, interdisciplinary perspectives on the human condition, and an opportunity to focus their coursework in an area of concentration most suited to their interests. Many human biology B.S. degree students are preparing for graduate education or professional school in the health sciences, business, or law. Students can also prepare for careers in the life science industries or pursue original research with their specialization in the sciences.
B.S. requirements, 2015-16 College of Arts & Sciences Bulletin
B.S. requirements, 2014-15 College of Arts & Sciences Bulletin
B.S. requirements, 2013-14 College of Arts & Sciences Bulletin
B.S. requirements, 2012-13 College of Arts & Sciences Bulletin
B.S. requirements, 2011-12 College of Arts & Sciences Bulletin