Program

Bachelor in Biological Sciences


The Bachelor in Biological Sciences is linked to the Bachelor in Science and Technology, an interdisciplinary bachelor’s degree that prepares future scientists in all the fields usually required of them: mathematics, chemistry, physics, programming, modelling, environmental processes and scientific method. Students follow up with studies of Ethics, Animal Biology, Plant Biology, Cell Biology, Biochemistry, Evolution, Genetics, Microbiology, Ecology, Paleontology and Biological Systems. From then on, they can choose to focus on Environmental Biology, Modelling, Health Sciences or General Biology.


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Required Courses

Thermal Phenomena
Mechanical PhenomenaTaught in English
Quantum Physics
The Nature of InformationTaught in English
Information Processing
Functions of a Single Variable
Introduction to Ordinary Differential EquationsTaught in English
Function of Several VariablesTaught in English
Experimental Basis of Natural SciencesTaught in English
Supervised ProjectTaught in English
Fundamentals of Computer ScienceTaught in English
Fundamentals of MathematicsTaught in English
Social Structure and Dynamics
Introduction to Probability and StatisticsTaught in English
Cenceptual Bases of Energy
Structure of Matter
Science, Technology and Society
Functional Biochemistry
Biological systems I
Biological systems III
Biological systems IV
Cellular biology
Analytic Geometry
Chemical TransformationsTaught in English
Atomic and Molecular InteractionsTaught in English
Epistemological Bases of Modern Science
Communication and NetworksTaught in English
Behavioral Ecology
Ecology Practices
Plant Ecology
Plant Evolution and Diversity I
Plant Evolution and Diversity II
Histology and Embryology
Vertebrate Zoology
Human Morphophysiology III
Biodiversity interactions between organisms and the enviroment
Evolution and diversification of life on earth
Biochemistry: Structure, Properties and Functions of Biomolecules
Comparison of Animal Morphophysiology
Plant Physiology I
Plant Physiology II
Invertebrate Zoology II
Plant Biology

Elective Courses

Faculty

NameResearch Areas
Alberto Jose Olavarrieta Arab
Ana Carolina Santos De Souza Galvão
Ana Paula De Mattos Areas Dau
Andre Eterovic
Andrea Onofre De Araujo
Annibal Hetem Juniorphysical models; orbital manouvers; young star clusters
Anselmo Nogueira
Antonio Sergio Kimus Braz
Arnaldo Rodrigues Dos Santos Junior
Carlos Alberto Da Silva
Carlos Suetoshi Miyazawa
Cesar Augusto Joao Ribeiro
Charles Morphy Dias Dos Santos
Cibele Biondo
Daniel Carneiro Carrettiero
Daniele Ribeiro De Araujo
Danilo Da Cruz Centeno
Eduardo Leite Borba
Elizabete Campos De Lima
Elizabeth Teodorov
Erick Dario Leon Bueno De Camargo
Fernanda Dias Da Silva
Fernando Zaniolo Gibrancommunity ecology; diversity and behavior of fishes; ecomorphology; reef ecology; conservation of marine and freshwater neotropical fishes; marine protected areas
Fulvio Rieli Mendes
Guilherme Cunha Ribeiro
Gustavo Muniz Dias
Hana Paula Masuda
Iseli Lourenço Nantes
Jiri Borecky
Juliana Casares Araujo Chaves
Luciana Campos Paulino
Luciano Puzer
Luis Paulo Barbour Scott
Luiz Roberto Nunes
Marcela Sorelli Carneiro Ramos Impact of inflammatory response induced by ischemic renal injury on cardiac trophism; Contribution of the complement system in the modulation of cardiac hypertrophy induced by ischemic renal damage; Role of oxidative stress in cardiac hypertrophy induced by ischemic renal injury; Contribution of apoptosis in the modulation of cardiac trophism induced by ischemic renal injury
Marcella Pecora Milazzotto
Marcelo Augusto Christoffolete
Marcia Aparecida Sperança
Marcio De Souza Werneck
Maria Camila Almeida
Maria Cristina Carlan Da Silva
Natalia Pirani Ghilardi Lopes
Nathalia De Setta Costa
Otto Muller Patrao De Oliveira
Renata Maria Augusto Da Costa
Renata Simoes
Ricardo Augusto Lombello
Sergio Daishi Sasaki
Simone Rodrigues De Freitas
Thomas Logan Ritchie
Tiago Rodrigues
Vanessa Kruth Verdade