Concentration in Cell Biology

Organelles. Genetics! CELLS! Oh My!

The allied health fields and the biological sciences often center their work around molecular or cell biology.

Develop your knowledge of some of the smallest components of our bodies and the organisms around us.

With this concentration, you can get personal experience identifying processes and patterns of cells through labs in our state-of-the-art facilities.

Your concentration in cell biology will keep you on track to continue your education in professional health sciences or in postgrad research.

Your Electives Will Need to Include:

These three classes:

  • BIO 333 Microbiology 
  • BIO 346 Introduction to Molecular and Cell Biology 
  • CHM 341 Biochemistry I 

 

One of these classes for a minimum of three credits:

  • BIO 220 Anatomy and Physiology I
  • BIO 319 Animal Development
  • BIO 344 Immunology

 

AND at a minimum of seven credits, one class from each of these lists:

  • BIO 311 Invertebrate Zoology
  • BIO 318 Botany
  • BIO 323 Mammalogy
  • BIO 324 Ornithology

 

  • BIO 302 Ecology
  • BIO 318 Botany
  • BIO 323 Mammalogy
  • BIO 324 Ornithology
  • BIO 325 Principles of Wildlife Management
  • BIO 326 Limnology

 

Find more of the classes you will take in our academic catalog.

Begin Your Career

Apply your skills in these careers.

  • Researcher
  • Lab technician
  • College professor
  • Medical assistant

 

Get to Know Your Professors

Our low student-to-teacher ratio offers valuable one-on-one interaction with professors who care about you and your work.

 

Any Questions?

Contact us – just call admissions at 605-995-2650 or email us at admissions@dwu.edu.

We would love to share information with you via email or if you like, we will send it right to your door.