Bachelor of Arts
Minor Available

About Biological Sciences

Do you aspire to become a medical doctor or a stem cell researcher, an environmentalist or ecologist, a veterinarian or nutritionist? Biological sciences studies living organisms and their relationship to the environment. Being such a broad area of study, the major lays a foundation for careers in many areas ranging from genetics and the health professions to pre-veterinary medicine and environmental sciences. You’ll have the flexibility of designing a course of study that will prepare you for your intended career in biological sciences whether that applies to biomedicine or the natural world.

With more than 100 faculty excelling in a wide variety of specializations, you’ll be introduced to the latest research findings and encouraged to participate in the excitement of discovery in some of the world’s leading laboratories:

  • Human Genetics Institute of New Jersey
  • Stem Cell Institute of New Jersey
  • W.M. Keck Center for Collaborative Neuroscience
  • Waksman Institute of Microbiology
  • Brain Health Institute
  • New Jersey Center for Biomaterials

U.S.A. Today ranked Rutgers- New Brunswick #2 - "Best U.S. Colleges to Study Health Professions"

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