- Biology Undergraduate Research in Science and Technology Program (BURST)
- Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP)
- BIOL 3990/WRIT 4195 - Duluth Journal of Undergraduate Biology
- BIOL 3993 - Laboratory Teaching Experience
- BIOL 3994 - Undergraduate Research
- BIOL 3996 - Internship in Biology
Biology is a highly diverse subject with roots in many other sciences and fields of study. Because of biology's great breathe of application and inclusion in other fields, including biology course work makes a student's education well rounded and applicable and makes graduates more employable.
Natural History Minor
The natural history minor enhances students' understanding of the ecology and geology of the natural world. It places particular emphasis on courses with field labs. The minor program covers a wide range of topics in earth's history, geomorphology, ecology, ornithology, entemology, ichthyology, mammology, animal behavior, and field interpretation for education, as well as other topics. A required Senior Seminar course introduces students to classic readings in natural history, such as Galileo's Siderius Nuncius and serveral chapters from Darwin's Voyage of the Beagle, G. K. Gilbert's Geology of the Henry Mountains, and Rachel Carson's The Edge of the Sea, among many others.