Human Biology Program
The Human Biology major represents an interdisciplinary, liberal science degree and is appropriate for students who want a broad background in the fields that comprise biological sciences.
The Human Biology curriculum has strong foundations in the core biological disciplines of biochemistry, anatomy, physiology, cell biology and genetics. To complement the core curriculum, students are able to choose from several upper-level biology selective courses offered through the College of Natural Science. Human Biology selective credit can also include directed study, internship, and/or research experiences in biological and physical science. In addition, the Capstone Tier II Writing requirement (NSC 495) allows students, through their writing and oral presentations, the opportunity to integrate their knowledge of the disciplines in the core curriculum during the senior year.
- Human Biology Requirement Guide
- NSC 497: Internship In Human Biology Information Sheet
- NSC 498: Research In Human Biology Information Sheet
- NSC 496, 497, 498 Application
Administration & Advising
The Human Biology major is administered by the College of Natural Science Dean’s Office. If you are interested in the Human Biology major, or if you would like more information, please visit the Preprofessional Advising webpage to learn more about making an appointment with an advisor.
108 Natural Science Building
East Lansing, MI 48824-1115
Phone (517) 355-8419