About the Department
Study biology in one of the most diverse ecological regions in the United States. Featuring wetlands, a loess bluff forest, and a limestone glade, the Southeastern region is rich in biodiversity and the perfect place to explore the natural sciences.
At CSU, you'll work side by side with instructors and learn by doing. Apply the latest techniques in molecular and cellular biology through field work, independent lab projects, and immersive internships.
The department offers an MS degree in natural science, a BS in biology, and a BA in biology. No matter which program you choose, you'll be part of a community of learners – collaborative scholars who are eager to help each other better understand the natural world.
Create Your Future
The Department of Biology offers a number of degrees and minors. Explore your options here.
|Program Type||Programs Available|
|Bachelor's||Biology (B.S.), Biology (B.A.), Biology - Secondary Education (B.S.), Biology - Secondary Education (B.A.)|
|Master's||Natural Sciences - Biology (M.S.)|
|Pre-Professional Programs||Pre-Medical Program, Pre-Pharmacy Program, Pre-Veterinary Program|
Our Students in Action
Learn From the Best
The Department of Biology is home to many accomplished faculty members. Several are highly regarded as experts and have been recognized with notable honors and awards. Thanks to a low student-to-faculty ratio, you'll be sure to receive an excellent education in our biology degree programs.
Instructor / Biology Lab Manager
Dr. Ensaf Taha