Biology - Physiology, Neuroscience, and Behavior
Majors selecting this sequence will receive broad training in Physiology, Neuroscience and Behavior. This sequence is designed for students seeking careers that involve basic scientific and applied aspects of behavior, physiology and neuroscience.
This sequence will also prepare students for graduate studies in neuroscience, physiology and animal behavior and related fields, and with additional coursework, students can meet the requirements to apply to veterinary and health professional schools.
Point of Pride
The School of Biological Sciences touts a nearly 90 percent acceptance rate for its students who apply to post-baccalaureate programs, such as graduate school, medical school, pharmacy school, or a physician assistant program.
Why study Biology - Physiology, Neuroscience, and Behavior?
Biology is the science of living matter. It involves the study of the structure of evolutionary development and functions of plants, animals, and micro organisms.
The majority of biologists are engaged in research and development. The biological sciences are good preparation for a career in healthcare such as medicine, dentistry, and veterinary science, but professional degrees and licenses are also necessary to practice in these fields.
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Applying to Illinois State
Illinois State's preferred filing period for freshman students for the fall semester is September 1-November 15. Applying early is encouraged, as the University must limit enrollment due to space at the University and in specific majors/programs. Visit the Office of Admissions to apply today!