The Intracampus Transfer Process
Wednesday, April 24 at 4 PM
Tuesday, April 30 at 9 AM
If you have questions, call 515-3341 or e-mail Biology_Transfers@ncsu.edu
If you are...
...a current NCSU student interested in Zoology or Biological Sciences -- start by learning more about our degree programs, then attend a Department of Biology information session. (If you aren't sure about whether or not you want to join Zoology or Biological Sciences, you can also take advantage of cross-curricular advising through Academic Advising Services 515-8130.) When you are ready, complete a Change of Degree Application (CODA). You do NOT need to complete any other application.
...an undergraduate at a different institution interested in joining the NCSU Department of Biology -- start by visiting the Undergraduate Admissions Transfer Student page.
...a student in the NC State Agricultural Institute -- start by visiting the Undergraduate Admissions Transfer Student page.
The Department of Biology at NC State offers undergraduate degrees in Biological Sciences and in Zoology. Both are Bachelor of Science (BS) degrees with rigorous curricula in biology and supporting fields, like chemistry (4 semesters), calculus (2 semesters), and physics (2 semesters).
Within Biological Sciences, students can pursue the BLS curriculum, which provides a breadth of training that spans plant and animal life across a range of levels of analysis. Alternatively, students who prefer to focus on a particular area of biology can choose to pursue an area of concentration, each of which represents a different focus within the biological sciences and each of which has its own curriculum code:
Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology concentration (MCD)
Integrative Physiology and Neurobiology concentration (IPN)
Human Biology concentration (HB)
Ecology, Evolution, and Conservation Biology concentration (EEC)
Students who wish to focus their studies on the animal side of biology should consider the Zoology curriculum (SZO).
To learn more about the specific requirements of each of our curricula, visit our Undergraduate Academic Programs home page or use the Curricula Comparison Tool to see a side-by-side comparison.
Students in the Department of Biology also take advantage of many other opportunities, including close consultation with academic advisers; research, teaching, and internship opportunities; honors and scholars programs; fellowships; study abroad; student clubs; Vet PAC (for those interested in animal health professions) and Health PAC (for those interested in human health professions). For more information, we encourage you to explore the Biology Undergraduate pages.