The Department of Biology at the University of North Alabama offers a biology major with professional, environmental, cellular and molecular, and general biology options, and a major in marine biology for a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree. We also have a minor in biology, courses and programs applicable to all pre-health professions curricula, and basic coursework applicable to the general education components of all degree programs. Secondary education teachers who wish to have their subject field in biology can do so. The department also has a prominent role in the program at the Dauphin Island Sea Laboratory, where our marine biology majors take several courses.
We have 13 full-time faculty members in our department who teach all upper-level undergraduate courses and several adjunct faculty who teach some of our freshman-level classes. All of our classes and laboratories are taught by faculty members. There are approximately 300 students majoring in biology. Each student is assigned an academic advisor to assist her/him in planning the undergraduate curriculum and in formulating career goals.