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The UCI School of Biological Sciences has four departments to reflect different fields within the Biological Sciences. Each department ranks in the top 20 percent or higher of national institutions according to National Research Council data.
Funding fuels our research. It comes to the Biological Sciences School from federal agencies, foundations, charities, industry and other sponsors.
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At the UCI School of Biological Sciences, our faculty is made up of accomplished visionaries who believe in the power of your ideas.
Although our Faculty is focused on their research to make the world a better place, they are also dedicated to training the next generation of talented Biologist.
With 3,100 undergraduates and nearly 300 graduate students, the School of Biological Sciences is one of the largest at UCI. The School attracts the brightest minds and is rich in diversity. We believe that our student’s success after graduation speaks volumes of the school’s quality and leadership in the scientific community.
The UCI School of Biological Sciences has four departments. Each department ranks in the top 20 percent or higher of national institutions according to National Research Council data and has a comprehensive series of core courses for undergraduates that reflect the ever-expanding field.