Bachelor programme in biology/molecular biology including prep course
After the first course, Bioscience, students will continue the bachelor programme together with those who started the other entrance. The students will study basic courses for additionally 2 years which will provide them with a good basic knowledge in all the fields of biology. Students will also take courses in chemistry, mathematics and statistics, which are important tools for biologists. The last semester students will choose a specialised course (15 credits) and do an independent project work (15 credits), which is a requirement in order to get a bachelor's degree. Students may also, during their three years of studying the bachelor programme, take the course Professional qualifications in biology.
Courses year 1
Period 11 - 12
Bioscience, 30 credits - 1BG107
Period 13 - 14
Chemistry, 30 credits (15+10+5 credits)
Floristics and faunistics, 10 credits (summer course) - 1BG106
Courses year 2
The Evolution and Diversity of Organisms, 10 credits - 1BG110
Professional Qualifications in Biology and Scientific Methods, 5 credits - 1BG109
Molecular biology and genetics, 10 credits - 1BG113
Microbiology with Infection Biology, 5 credits - 1BG112
Mathematics and statistics for biologists, 10 credits
Quantitative biology, 5 credits - 1BG104
(You apply for these two courses as one with the course code: UU-60116)
Ecology and Population Genetics, 15 credits - 1BG105
Courses year 3
Cell biology, 15 credits - 1BG120
Physiology, 15 credits - 1BG103
Period 33 - 34
The last semester students choose one specialised course and the independent project work.
Independent project work in biology, 15 credits - 1BG210
In addition to the compulsory and elective courses within the program, you can also take individual courses. These courses gives you the ability to flexibly profile and specialize yourself even more.