After you have decided that a biology or a pre-health professional degree is right for you, your first step is to complete the Ball State admissions application and declare your interest in becoming a biology major.
Use Ball State's easy step-by-step guide and apply online.
After you are accepted to Ball State, you should begin your biology course work right away. All courses are offered on a regular basis but some upper level courses are not conducted every semester. Remember to consult with a biology advisor and follow the sample schedule for your major so you can stay on track and complete all your course work on time.
Department of Biology
Ball State University
Cooper Life Science Building, CL 121
Muncie, IN 47306