The Program in Human Biology is an interschool, interdepartmental, undergraduate major. The program's mission is to provide an interdisciplinary approach to understanding the human being from biological, behavioral, social, and cultural perspectives.
Undergraduate Program in Human Biology: Curriculum
The Human Biology program offers both a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degree option, as well as a minor and an honors program.
Majors later pursue advanced training in professional or graduate programs, or work in diverse sectors.
- a 30-unit core sequence, normally in the sophomore year, that provides the foundation for the major.
- Also during the sophomore year, students consult with student advisers to choose a faculty adviser and complete the declaration process. Together they plan a road map of course work designed to help each student focus on an area of interest within Human Biology. Early planning and subsequent refining of an individualized course of study, in consultation with student and faculty advisers, is a strength and requirement of the program. The curriculum draws on faculty from across the University.
- To complete a B.A. or B.S. in Human Biology, students must take courses from within the program and from other University departments.
Program in Human Biology