The bachelor's degree in Biology provides training in the structure and functional dynamics common to all living beings with the aim of establishing the general laws that govern organic life and its basic explanatory principles.
The bachelor's degree in Biology provides basic training in scientific disciplines such as biochemistry, anthropology, cell biology, botany, zoology, plant and animal physiology, genetics, microbiology, metabolism, experimental design and data analysis, ecology and evolution. Students can likewise pursue minors in Biodiversity and in Molecular, Cell and Systems Biology. It aims to train professionals and researchers in the study of the properties, origin and evolution of living matter.
The final stage of the degree is based on internships, research groups, laboratories, nature centres, etc., in Barcelona or other locations, including Erasmus exchanges in European universities to complete practical training and develop the bachelor's thesis.
The teaching staff boasts specialists in each topic, who are also researchers in the field of biology. Many are internationally renowned, ensuring that students are kept abreast of the latest developments in the field.