The B.S. in Microbiology program provides majors with a more focused education on the biology and roles of microscopic life forms that are active in all of our environments and daily activities. The laboratory-intensive curriculum provides knowledge on the genetics and physiology common to all microbes and allows students to explore specific interests with a broad range of advanced electives such as pathogenic bacteriology, immunology, environmental and food microbiology, virology, microbial forensics, and bioinformatics.
- Biochemistry (College of Agriculture)
- Biological Sciences (Biology)
- Biological Systems Engineering
- General Biosciences
- Sustainable Biomaterials
- Systems Biology