Undergraduate Program

Whether your goal as a Biology undergraduate is to enter research, the health professions, biotechnology, or business, the School of Biological Sciences understands that Biology is an inherently broad and diverse discipline. Our School theme of MIND | BODY | WORLD emerges in our 4 departments and 10 Majors. This concept unites our world-class faculty to create ground-breaking research that will lead to a better world.

Our undergraduate education will not only teach students the necessary skills for an array of careers in research and related professional fields, but also provide students a chance to directly learn and train from leading researchers. In fact, by the time most undergraduates are in their senior year, about 91% of your class will have participated in faculty-mentored research.

Resources

At the UCI School of Biological Sciences, we believe that all undergraduates deserve the best opportunity to excel in their studies. That is why we offer a wide range of services and programs to help undergraduates navigate throughout their student careers. Whether you are seeking tutoring, academic advising, upcoming events, or simply wish to browse around what courses are available or scholarship requirements, you have reached the right place.

Undergraduate Education

Get the Tools and Information Needed to Succeed as an Undergraduate!
The UCI School of Biological Sciences offers undergraduates academic advising throughout the school year. Academic counselors can assist undergraduate students by answering any questions about…

Concurrent Enrollment

Concurrent Enrollment (formally ACCESS UCI) – Division of Continuing Education: BIO SCI COURSES
Instructions for Enrolling in Bio Sci courses
 
The approval process for enrolling in BIO SCI courses through Concurrent Enrollment, Division of Continuing Education takes…

2018-2019 Bio Course Offerings

Please visit our Enrollment Updates page regularly for the most
up-to-date information regarding Bio Sci course enrollment.

This information is subject to change and was last updated on 2/12/19 For course descriptions and prerequisite information, please visit…

Forms, Policies and Services

FORMS

1. Course Equivalency Petition

2. Education Abroad Planning Program

Physics EAP Summer Programs (Sussex, Glasgow or Dublin)

3. Bio Course Prerequisite Clearance Form

For non-bio courses, please contact the academic unit that is offering the course.

4. Petition…

Pre-Health Professional Advisement

Health Sciences Advising Introduction
We know that applying to health professional schools is a daunting task and takes an entire year to do. We also know that to be a good applicant you must start early…

Undergraduate Research

The School of Biological Sciences believes that successful participation in creative research is one of the highest academic goals its undergraduates can attain. Approximately 1,000 students are enrolled in and conduct experimental laboratory, field, or…

Honors and Scholarships

Honors for Graduating Seniors
Latin Honors is awarded to the top 16% of graduating students.  
Biological Sciences Honors Program
The Honors Program provides Bio majors the opportunity to pursue advanced independent research through participation in the Excellence in…

EVENTS

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    UCI, HSLH 200

    Ross University, School of Medicine

    Come and learn about Ross University, School of Medicine.  Lori Muramoto, Senior Associate Director of Admissions - West Region, will be available to speak to students about what this school has to offer.This session is...

    15:00 PM February 20
  • C. Hughes

    Crystal Cove Auditorium, UC Irvine Student Center

    School of Biological Sciences Dean’s Distinguished Lecture: 2/20/19

    Body-on-a-Chip: The New Frontier in Drug DiscoveryFeaturing Christopher C.W. Hughes, Ph.D. Chair and Professor Molecular Biology and Biochemistry University of California, IrvineWednesday, February 20, 2019 • 4:00 PM Crystal Cove Auditorium, UC Irvine Student CenterReception to follow the lecture at 5:00 PMAbout the...

    16:00 PM February 20
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