Undergraduate Programs in the Biological Sciences
The Division of Biological Sciences at the University of Montana offers Bachelor’s degrees in Biology, Microbiology, and Medical Laboratory Science. The Division is led by a diverse group of faculty whose research is funded by the National Science Foundation, the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, and the National Institutes of Health. Our faculty bring into the classroom their knowledge, insight and excitement about the biological sciences. We also have superb opportunities for undergraduates to get actively involved in independent research projects with our faculty. We feel that hands-on experience is one of the best (as well as most fun and exciting!) ways to learn about the biological sciences. Our faculty also participate actively as instructors and mentors in three interdisciplinary undergraduate programs: Wildlife Biology, Biochemistry, and Neuroscience.
Go Griz. Go Anywhere. Read about Hannah and Teague, two recent DBS grads.
To schedule an advising appointment with Kerry, please use Starfish (located in your Cyberbear account, Student Services).
Registration for Autumn semester is ongoing. Schedule an appointment with Kerry to talk about courses.
Summer registration is also open. We are offering the following biology courses this summer:
- BIOB 101N Discover Biology
- BIOB 160N/161N Princ. of Living Systems & lab
- BIOB 170N/171N Princ. of Biological Diversity & lab
- BIOB 260 Cell & Molecular Biology
- BIOM 250N Microbiology for Health Sciences
- BIOM360 General Microbiology
- BIOO 335 Rocky Mountain Flora