- Research and Discovery - Undergraduate and Graduate students work side-by-side with a faculty who are committed to both teaching and scholarship.
- Seven undergraduate majors and one specialty concentration - Biological Sciences (BS or BA), Molecular Biology (BS or BA), Ecology & Biodiversity (BS or BA) and Integrated Sciences (BA). These options reflect the diverse applications and career opportunities in the life sciences.
- Pre-Professional tracks - Undergraduates can follow sequences of required and recommended courses to prepare them for medical, dental, nursing, physicians assistant, physical therapy, pharmacy and veterinary schools.
- M S and PhD programs - Graduate students conduct original research in Cell & Molecular Biology or Ecology & Evolution.
advising for winter 2017
Biology majors - meet with your assigned major advisors October 17-28 for advising and to have your PIN unlocked for registration. Registration for Winter Quarter is October 28-November 3.
- If you do not know who your assigned advisor is or have any other advising questions, please send an email inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org
- For Pre-Health advising go to the PPAH web page.
Dr. David Patterson receives prestigious AAAS award
Pre-Health students learn about Health Disparities in Denver
DU Biological Sciences partners with a Swedish university to offer 5 year Bachelors + Masters program for biology majors
Seminars - WINTER Quarter 2017
Friday, January 6 at 12:00pm in Boettcher West 124 - "Learn and Help Learn: Cooperative Peer Learning Opportunities in the Classroom" - Nancy Sasaki, PhD, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Denver - Teaching Professional Promotion Seminar
Friday, January 6 at 1:00pm in Boettcher West 124
- "A Case Study approach to teaching critical reasoning and problem-solving skills in addition to scientific content" - Nancy Lorenzon, PhD, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Denver - Teaching Professional Promotion Seminar
Monday, January 9 at 4:00pm in Olin 105 -
"Helping Students Become Active Learners"
, PhD, Department of Biological Sciences
University of Denver - Teaching Professional Promotion Seminar
Monday, January 31 at 4:00pm in Olin 105 - "Vesicular Transport in Health and Disease: Finding Detours Around Traffic Jams" - Derek Prosser, PhD, Department of Biology, Johns Hopkins University
Monday, February 6 at 4:00pm in Olin 105 - "Lysosome Plasticity in Health and Disease"- Alyssa Johnson, PhD, Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics, University of California, San Francisco