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Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Biology

Biology is one of the life sciences that describes the study of the well-being or overall condition of molecules, cells, organisms, and the environment through observation, experimental investigation and theoretical explanation.

Program Description
Our program involves the application of modern investigative techniques in several biological areas. We offer specialization in microbiology, cellular, developmental, environmental and evolutionary biology, population and ecosystem ecology, or a combination of these areas.
Biological science majors acquire the tools and skills necessary to successfully compete for positions in industry, government, education or any one of several professional programs including medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, veterinary medicine and physical therapy — just to name a few.
Unlike many other universities, biology undergraduate students at Windsor are given the opportunity to gain practical, hands-on laboratory and field experience beginning in the first year of study.
To see a sample first-year schedule, visit the online Guide to Registration website, click on the “Science Programs” link on the left, and select the specific program(s) in which you are interested.

Minimum Admission Average: 75%

Secondary Average: 70%*

ENG4U, MHF4U, SCH4U and SBI4U required. MCV4U is strongly recommended. SPH4U is recommended.

*Science second average is the average of all science and math courses.

Student Support
The breadth of courses offered and the accessibility of professors means learning at UWindsor is a rewarding experience. 
  • Professional schools in medicine, dentistry, pharmacy or other health- related sciences (with careful selection of courses)
  • Graduate studies
  • Research & development in industry or government
  • Environmental research and monitoring
  • Management
  • Education (with additional studies)
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