Undergraduate students may major in biology, choosing to take one of several emphases:
Biology Undergraduate Programs
Every undergraduate student must complete 46–50 hours of general education requirements in addition to 23 hours of biology core courses and at least eight hours of elective course requirements (in consultation with academic advisor).
You can major in Biology in a broad sense or you can major in Biology and specialize in a certain field by taking an emphasis in one of the following areas:
View the Bachelor of Science in General Biology.
View the Bachelor of Science in Biology with Emphasis in Ecology, Evolution, and Organismal Biology
View the Bachelor of Science in Biology with Emphasis in Microbiology, Molecular Biology, and Biotech
View the Bachelor of Science in Biology with Emphasis in Pre-medicine
View the Biology Graduate Program.
Wildlife and Fisheries Science
We also offer a degree in Wildlife and Fisheries Science that meets the requirements for you to certify with the Wildlife Society and The American Fisheries Society.
In the Biology program, you can also earn your natural science secondary teaching licensure.
ENMU also offers preparatory courses in:
- Pre-Physical Therapy
- Pre-Physician Assistant
- Pre-Veterinary Medicine
Alternatively, students may major in biology with secondary science teaching licensure, or they may major in Wildlife and Fisheries Science.
Department of Biology
ENMU Station 33
Portales, NM 88130