Environmental Biology and Evolution Track

Biology professor Dr. Debra Finn and a group of students collect samples from a local creek for research.

Study life's connections

Explore how organisms interact with each other and the surrounding physical world.

Why take the environmental biology and evolution track?

  • Discover how lifeforms interact to create an ecosystem.
  • Study the factors that influence, promote or disrupt the development of communities.
  • Conduct effective research as you engage in field work experiences.

Degree options

Want to take the environmental biology and evolution track? Review the program requirements (BS, Comprehensive) for the exact courses you need to take.

Use the four-year plan below as a guide for your overall schedule.

Get a head start on your future

Earn two degrees, sooner.

An accelerated master’s program allows you to earn graduate credit as you complete your undergraduate (bachelor's) degree.

A biology student looks through a long telescope to survey aquatic plants in a pond.
Careers and Outcomes
Explore how life on Earth has developed and how it continues to adapt to changing conditions.