Bachelor of Science - Biology at University of West Florida - Pensacola: Tuition: $15,421.00 USD/year (Scholarship Available)
A biology degree from UWF gives students a grounding in the basic areas of biology, from molecular to ecological processes. Whether students are interested in toxicology, biotechnology, microbiology or another field, they can tailor their education to meet their interests.
Electives allow students to concentrate in areas they are interested in, such as genetics or ecology, at a more advanced level.
The diverse faculty will give students the tools they need for a fulfilling career.
Students will study biochemistry, microbiology, ecology, genetics and cell biology and choose from such electives as immunology, animal behavior, hematology, medicinal botany, epidemiology of infectious diseases and much more.
From data collection to analysis to interpretation, students will learn to understand metrics and apply them in real-world studies. Students will blend time in the classroom with time in the research lab—and into the world beyond.
Students may apply to work with one or more graduate students in the labs, assisting with their thesis work. As an assistant, students will accompany graduate students out in the field where they collect samples and specimens and get a hands-on experience with research.
- Minimum Level of Education Required: Grade 12 / High School
- Min GPA: 77.0%
- General Fees: $3,821 per year
- International Student SEVIS Fee: $100 per year
- Orientation Fee: $50 (one time)
** All fees are subject to change without notice