Arts and Sciences
Timothy J. Baroni, Steven B. Broyles, Christa, H. Chatfield, Patricia L. Conklin, Alaa Craddock, Theresa M. Curtis, Peter K. Ducey, Terrence D. Fitzgerald, Louis A. Gatto, Joyce Green, Rena C. Janke, R. Lawrence Klotz, Angela Pagano, Brian R. Rivest, John M. Sternfeld, John E. Straneva, Mary Beth Voltura
For a listing of adjunct faculty see the Faculty and Administration section.
Bachelor of Arts in Biology
Bachelor of Science in Biology
Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Sciences
Bachelor of Arts in Conservation Biology
Bachelor of Science in Conservation Biology
Bachelor of Science in Adolescence Education: Biology (7-12)
Adolescence Education: Biology (7-12)
The biology program at SUNY Cortland is designed to ensure that majors obtain a strong, comprehensive foundation in the central areas of biology and related sciences. The program also offers specialized study in many areas. The Biological Sciences Department offers more than 30 courses in diverse areas of biology. Together with a faculty advisor, a biology major can design a course of study suited to his/her interests, whether it is at the level of molecular, cellular, organismal or environmental biology. Biology majors can become certified to teach in grades 7-12, prepare to pursue health-related careers such as medicine or dentistry, or concentrate in environmental science.
- Well-equipped on-campus facilities, including two greenhouses, a molecular biology laboratory and a scanning electron microscope
- Outstanding field facilities at Hoxie Gorge near campus and the Outdoor Education Center at Raquette Lake
- Opportunities to participate in research projects with faculty
- Opportunities for off-campus internships
- An active Biology Club and a chapter of Beta Beta Beta, the national honor society for biology
- Cooperative programs with the SUNY Upstate Medical University, Duke University and the New York Chiropractic College
- Degree requirements listed in this catalog apply to all of the majors offered by this department.
- Liberal Arts Requirements: B.A. – 90 credit hours; B.S. – 60 credit hours