Biological Sciences

Biological Sciences

What is Biological Sciences?

Biology is a diverse field that focuses on living things and their interaction with the environment.

Our courses combine practical and theory work with a mixture of lectures and lab work.

Biological Sciences offers you a wide choice of study areas, ranging from botony to ecology and zoology.

18. Marine Biology (Westville)
Prerequisites: Completion of a major or programme in Biological Sciences.. Note that acceptance into the programme may depend on availability of places.
Core: BIOL701(16), 782(16), 784(16), 791(48), 884(16).
Electives: 16C from BIOL715(16), 735(16), ENVS720(16).

  Study Areas:

  • Botany

  • Cellular Biology

  • Ecology

  • Entomology

  • Environmental Biology

  • Grassland and Rangeland Science

  • Marine Biology 

  • Zoology

Year 1
Semester 1
BIOL101(16), CHEM110(16), MATH150(16), PHYS131(16)
Semester 2
BIOL102(16), STAT130(16), Electives(32)
Semester 1
BIOL200(16), 204(16), 214(16)
Approved 16C Level 2 module within the School, Electives (32)
Semester 2
BIOL205(16), 231(16)
Year 3
BIOL300(16), 304(16), 341(16), 342(16), 343(16), 391(16), 32C from Level-3 BIOL modules approved by the School