DYNAMIC PROGRAM, MANY OPTIONS
With small classes, engaged professors, new lab spaces, an interdisciplinary approach, and some of the best internships New York has to offer, MMC’s Natural Sciences program provides undergraduates with incredible opportunities.
What can we do for you?
Biology majors become actively involved in original research projects, studying computational chemistry, urban ecology, environmental chemistry, and neurodegenerative disease in close collaboration with MMC faculty. Our students have earned competitive undergraduate awards and been inducted into the prestigious Chi Omega Lambda Honor Society.
Our professors also place students in internships, fellowships, and independent study projects. Recent Biology majors have interned at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, the Museum of Natural History, and Rockefeller University.
PRE-MED AND BEYOND
No matter what you want to do with a Biology degree, we work with you to get you there. We provide guidance and structure to students interested in medical, dental, or veterinary school as well as graduate programs in the natural sciences and other health professions.
- Photo GalleryA group of New York State high school students recently attended the Division of Sciences’ Open House to learn about carbon dioxide’s effect on earth’s atmosphere, perform mock speech clinics, and dissect a sheep brain – or in other words learn what it’s like to be an MMC science student.