Biology is the scientific study of life and should be of interest to everyone. The Program in Biology, operated jointly by the Department of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology and by Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, is the formal administrative home for several concentrations in the life sciences. These include Biology, General Biology, Plant Biology, as well as an academic minor in Biology.
In addition, there are many offerings for non-majors, including courses that fulfill distribution requirements as well as courses for general information. To read more about EEB, please visit the EEB Website. For details on the Biology program, please visit the Program in Biology Site.
To schedule an advising appointment, please visit the Biology online scheduling site. U-M login is required.
For more information about the Program in Biology or to arrange to speak with Biology Faculty counselor, contact the Biology Program office. The Program Office can also direct you to information about related majors offered in LSA, including Cell and Molecular Biology, Plant Science, Neuroscience, Biophysics, and Microbiology.
The Society of Biology Students
The Society of Biology Students is an organization of students at the University of Michigan who are interested in the Biological sciences. Being a biology major is not a requirement; it is open to any undergraduate student at the University. Please visit the Society of Biology Students site to learn more.
Michigan Biology Academy Scholars Program (M-Bio)
The mission of the Michigan Biology Academy Scholars Program (M-Bio) at the University of Michigan is to strengthen and diversify the cohort of students who receive their baccalaureate degrees in the biological sciences. M-Bio students will be well prepared to seek career opportunities or to pursue graduate or professional training in the biological sciences. Please visit the M-Bio site to learn more.