|Field of Study:||Biology/Biological Sciences, General
|Description:||The Bachelor of Science in Biology is a broadly based undergraduate program in biology that is designed to present the major concepts of contemporary biology at the molecular, cellular, organismal, population and community levels. The degree is designed to have sufficient flexibility for students to follow interests ranging from microbial to plant to fish or wildlife biology. Capitalizing on the northern setting of the University, there is an emphasis on northern flora and fauna, morphological, biochemical, physiological and behavioural modifications to temperate and arctic conditions and the dynamics of microbial, plant and animal populations in northern ecosystems. The Bachelor of Science in Biology is intended to prepare students for application to various professional schools or for a wide range of biology-related careers. Students who complete the degree are automatically eligible to apply to the College of Applied Biology as a Biologist in Training or a Registered Professional Biologist. The Honours in Biology recognizes undergraduate students who both excel at their studies and who complete the Undergraduate Thesis.