How does the cold you caught from your best friend make you feel so lousy? What impact do bees have on our food supply? How do flowers emerge in the spring, blossom all summer, then fade away in the fall only to return again the next spring?
A biology degree can answer all these questions and more.
Biology is the study of life and explains how life forms, how living things function, and how living things relate to each other as well as their environments. From studying this ever growing field of science, you will understand energy resources and food production, disease prevention, public health, conservation and environmental quality, and much more.
With eight options to choose from, your biology degree will prepare you with a strong foundation and extensive knowledge in a specialized area, which is sure to help you achieve your educational and career goals.
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Department of Biology
Ball State University
Cooper Life Science Building, CL 121
Muncie, IN 47306