Undergraduate students

Student in Uganda

Undergraduate biology student Navarana Smith has travelled to Germany, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Madagascar in the course of her undergrad studies. She's pictured here in Uganda. Photo: Dexter Waters.

Student with an Australian stick bug in our wet lab

Our students have opportunities to study a variety of creatures up close. Undergraduate student Brett Landine is pictured here with an Australian stick bug in our wet lab.

Students studying marine life at Clover Point

At UVic, you'll experience hands-on learning in and out of the classroom. UVic's proximity to the ocean means lots of opportunities for marine studies. Pictured here are students on a nighttime field trip to nearby Clover Point, in downtown Victoria.

Biology is the study of life, and at UVic, we study life at all levels of organization, from the gene to the ecosystem.  Our undergraduate program introduces you to the key fields of biology and then offers you the opportunity to design your own program of study.  Practical skills are developed through course field experience or laboratory work, and in research projects with individual faculty members.    

Find out more about our undergraduate programs.

Look at our careers and suggested course list pages or our biology careers overview. 

Questions?

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Applying to UVic

Faculty of Science BC College/University Transfer Guide

Courses:

You'll find a current list of courses available in the UVic Academic Calendar. More information on programs is available in the UVic Academic Calendar. 

Here is where you will find course outlines for all Biology courses currently offered.  Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre offers MRNE courses.

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