- Microbiology & Virology
- Cellular Biology, Immunology, & Physiology
- Molecular Biology & Genetics
- Bioinformatics & Systems Biology
At Georgia State University, there are over 2,300 undergraduate students who are currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Biology.
In 2018, the Department of Biology acquired nearly $6.9 million in research grants.
Biology's graduate program currently has over 200 enrolled graduate students.
The Medical Science concentration in Biology's M.S. program has a medical school acceptance rate of 90%.
- 55 full-time faculty
- 20 part-time faculty
- 9 adjunct faculty
- 3 Emeritus faculty
Our graduates have found careers at:
- Centers for Disease Control
- Shepherd Center
- National Institutes of Health
- Cornell University
- Emory University
- IHRC, Inc.
- StimLabs LLC
- The Department of Biology ranks 5th in the nation in the number of African-Americans who obtain a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in the biological and biomedical sciences.
- The Department of Biology offers the most diverse and varied selection of courses when compared to any other four-year institute in Georgia.
- Teaching faculty use novel, evidence-based teaching methods that include active learning, problem-based learning, and case studies that ensure that classrooms are student-centered and dynamic