Building a scientific foundation
Along with offering three distinct majors, UIndy's Biology Department prepares you to enter advanced biological and medical fields by developing a foundation in scientific methods, questioning and research. Principles of cellular, molecular and environmental biology lead you to further concepts in forensic and medical fields and careers. Upon graduation, you'll leave with the critical thinking skills and experience necessary to succeed as a scientist.
Field research and traveling
Along with the intensive learning in labs and courses at UIndy, you can expect to participate in field research that often involves traveling in the local community and/or internationally—places such as the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador and Chile. Research from the undergraduate Biology Department has been presented at the Indiana Academy of Science, American Academy of Forensic Sciences, and at other national meetings.
Producing medical professionals
Many of UIndy’s biology graduates go on to receive further education in medical fields such as occupational therapy and physical therapy. If this is your anticipated journey, our highly-qualified professors will help guide you to be prepared for this transition. Small class sizes and individual attention produce a high graduation rate of empowered students like you.