Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Develop expertise in the chemistry of living organisms and study the structures and functions of molecules essential to life. Biological Sciences Gain a broad overview of biology and learn how to describe the molecular and structural unity of many types of life, and explain how diversity of life is generated. Cell Biology Explore how biomolecules interact with one another to organize themselves into cells, and how cellular organization and function contribute to the development, maintenance and reproduction of adult organisms. Evolution, Ecology and Biodiversity Explore how plants, animals and microbes adapt to the environment and to each other and learn to predict whether populations of interacting organisms will persist over time or become extinct. Genetics and Genomics Answer fundamental questions about how organisms inherit unique characteristics and transmit them to their offspring. Human Biology Understand our species, from molecules, genes, and cells to tissues, organ systems and organism/environment interactions. Marine and Coastal Science Discover the foundational disciplines within marine science, including biology, chemistry, geology and physics and explore issues facing marine and coastal environments. Molecular and Medical Microbiology Zoom in on the pervasive world of microbiology, the branch of biology that deals with bacteria, yeasts and other fungi, algae, protozoa and viruses. Neurobiology, Physiology and Behavior Learn about the nervous system and tissues that make up learning, memory, sensation, perception, emotion and movement as well as how these responses contribute to an organism’s survival. Plant Biology Explore plants from the molecular and whole organismal perspectives, and their ecological relationship to other species within the environment. Systems and Synthetic Biology Learn how these two related and interdisciplinary fields allow integrative, computational and quantitative approaches to solving biological problems and engineering new biological outcomes.