Understanding the human as a biologic organism is fundamental to a wide variety of fields which continue to be in great demand in modern society. All types of human medicine, lab science, epidemiology, pharmacology, forensics and toxicology require a foundational understanding of the structure, function, growth, psychology, development, aging and diseases of the human being.
The human biology program of study provides that understanding in both breadth and depth. Students will learn anatomy, physiology, genetics, immunology, biochemistry, microbiology, pathophysiology and biochemistry. They will also have a strong foundation in the physical sciences of chemistry and physics, as well as the tools mathematics provides in solving problems and understanding the world.
Choosing the best biology major for you!
To begin the Human Biology program students must be ready to begin General Chemistry (CHM 110). This requires completion of or concurrent enrollment in College Algebra (MTH 114).
Marie Curie Scholars Program
Math & Science Building
Multi-million dollar renovation in 2008. New features include a greenhouse, plant lab, environmental chamber and an anaerobic chamber.
Over $100,000 of new science instrumentation - including microscopes, fume hoods, wash stations and other technology
CSM is one of a very small number of non-medical schools in the region to have an operating cadaver lab. The lab is used for anatomic demonstration in Anatomy and Physiology classes, and a Gross Anatomy course is offered every fall to students wishing to pursue an in depth exploration of human anatomy.
- A new 520 gallon freshwater aquarium houses native Nebraska fish species in an impressive and ecological way.
Active Student Organizations
Green Team - organizes campus projects to protect/improve the environment.
Forensic Science Club - actively supports the forensic science minor.
Math and Science Clubs - helps students explore careers in math/science and topics related to both fields.