Department of Biological Sciences
About the Department
The Department of Biological Sciences at Boise State University offers a comprehensive undergraduate and graduate education that spans the breadth of the contemporary biological sciences and prepares students for real world careers. We have award winning professors who combine an enthusiasm for classroom teaching with cutting edge research. The department is a vibrant place where more than 600 students currently pursue undergraduate or graduate degrees. Even with this large number, faculty and students work in close collaboration.
The bachelor’s degree in biology provides students with the intellectual and technical skills to succeed in a multitude of careers (e.g., medicine, forensics, genetics, laboratory sciences, natural resources management, animal biology, plant biology, etc.). Students gain an understanding of living organisms, of how organisms interact with their environment, and of the process of biological investigation. The curriculum provides students with a knowledge base in molecular, cellular, organismal, ecological, and evolutionary biology, as well as allowing emphasis in the cellular, molecular and biomedical area, the ecology, evolution, and behavior area, and the secondary education field.
We also offer MS and MA degrees in Biology and are the home to the only MS graduate program in Raptor Biology in the country. As well as an interdisciplinary PhD in Biomolecular Sciences. We have recently expanded our graduate program offerings with a PhD in Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior which started Fall 2017.
College of Arts and Sciences News
Nov 13 2018
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Nov 08 2018
A new Boise State University study funded by a grant of more than $700,000 from
Nov 07 2018
Clyde Moneyhun Associate Professor English College of Arts and Sciences Clyde Moneyhun participated in the