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The department offers an associate of science (A.S.) degree program, courses for preparation for the health sciences, as well as non major's courses for students pursuing degrees outside of biology and healthcare.
The associate degree, biological science emphasis, is appropriate for students wishing to finish a bachelor's degree in the sciences and pursue a career in either science or medicine.
SEA-PHAGES is a research course where students learn microbiology techniques to discover and name their own bacterial virus/phage and then learn bioinformatic techniques to perform complex genome annotations on their phage.
In addition to traditional courses, the Department of Biological Sciences provides educational and career-building opportunities.
The SciNight Journal Club is an open forum in which students and faculty can meet to informally discuss primary scientific research articles.
The Biomedical Exploration Workshop is a five week summer program designed to give students the opportunity to explore different career options in the biomedical sciences. More information.
Students seeking a B.S. degree from UNLV can complete this course at CSN (BIOL 251H) to fulfill a Biology 351 requirement at UNLV.
Make new discoveries in science for possible publication. Work at your own pace. Flexible schedules.
A student-run biology club created to increase interaction among biological science majors and faculty. More information.
A five week summer workshop designed to help students pass Biology 189, the introductory course for most Health Science majors. More information.