College of Science and Health > Academics > Biological Sciences > Undergraduate > Biological Sciences (BS) > Concentration Requirements
Concentrations, tracks and specializations provide focus to the major. In addition to any college core requirements, liberal studies requirements and major requirements, students are required to choose one of the following:
The Integrative Concentration includes an overarching knowledge of biological concepts and allows the flexibility to choose classes integrating your specific interests.
Electives:Animal AdaptationsConcepts in EvolutionMolecular Biology SystemsNeurobiology
The Cell & Molecular Biology Concentration connects biology and chemistry concepts to build an understanding of life at the cellular and molecular levels.
Electives:Cancer BiologyCell MotilityDevelopmental Biology Genetic Toxicology
The Medicine and Health Concentration focuses on various health fields and is structured to fulfill the requirements for entry into health professional programs.
Electives:BiochemistryHuman AnatomyImmunobiologyVertebrate Physiology
The Biotechnology Concentration focuses on understanding biological processes in medical, industrial, and agricultural fields, and how to create products to help improve quality of life.
Electives:BioinformaticsMedical BacteriologyMicrobial EcologyPlant Physiology
The Ecology and Evolution Concentration integrates across levels of biological organization to understand relationships between organisms and their environment, evolutionary history, and global change.
Electives:Animal BehaviorMarine BiologyMolecular EvolutionPaleobiology
The Neuroscience Concentration integrates concepts from psychology, biology, physics and chemistry to develop a better understanding of nervous systems and cognitive processes.
Electives:Cognitive Neuroscience EndocrinologyPharmacology SystemsNeurobiology
The Physiology Concentration provides students with an opportunity to study the function of a variety of different organisms at the cellular, tissue, organ, organ system and whole organismal level.
Electives:Comparative Vertebrate AnatomyAnimal PhysiologyPlant PhysiologyIntroduction to Endocrinology