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Department of Biology


The Department of Biology is recognized for developing students who pursue professions in medicine, biological research, industry, consultancy and the academe, among others




DEGREE PROGRAMS:

BS Biology is a 5-year undergraduate honors program that provides a holistic and rigorous approach to the biological sciences.

BS Life Sciences is a 4-year undergraduate honors program that provides more specialized training in the biological sciences.

Majors choose from among four areas of specialization, namely: 1) Biomedical Science, 2) Conservation Biology, 3) Microbiology, and 4) Molecular Biology and Biotechnology. The curricula cover essential concepts, principles, and theories of biology across a diverse range of disciplines through innovative lecture and laboratory courses. The programs offer their students the Thesis and Practicum options. Students can also participate in the Junior Term Abroad (JTA) Program with affiliates in Asia, America, and Europe.
 
Virtually all of our graduates who pursue medicine are accepted in the medical school of their choice.

The MS Biology program prepares students for teaching and research in academe, industry and government.
 
The Master of Biology program is a non-thesis degree that is designed to answer the professional needs of tertiary level biology teachers for upgrading, updating, and retooling. 
 
The Master in Biology Education (MBiEd) program is designed for elementary and secondary science teachers to improve the teaching competencies and capabilities of those already engaged in teaching science and biology, or to be trainers in basic science education.

 
 News & Events

Biology alumna Dr. Nina Ingle receives prestigious Parker/Gentry Award
Posted: 17-Oct-12

Dr. Angela Nina Ann R. Ingle (BS Biology 1985, magna cum laude) was given the prestigious Parker/Gentry Award by the Field Museum in Chicago on October 11, 2012. An official release from the museum reads: “Dr. Nina R. Ingle’s commitm...

Ateneans receive Ambassador Alfredo M. Yao Intellectual Property Awards
Posted: 17-Oct-12

Three members of the School of Science and Engineering’s Department of Chemistry were recognized at the Ambassador Alfredo M. Yao Intellectual Property (AMY IP) Awards held on October 11, 2012 at the Manila Hotel. Dr. Erwin Enriquez (Asso...

Ateneans win in BMAP Biofest 2012
Posted: 02-Oct-12

The Department of Biology and the Ateneo Biological Organization (BOx) proudly congratulate Ma. Angelica Anne M. Tangco(5 BS Biology) and Miguel Justin L. Martinez (3 BS Life Sciences) who took home major prizes in the Biology Majors Alliance of ......
 Announcements
Call for Proposals: LS Scholarly Work Faculty Grants
Posted: 01-Oct-12
All full-time faculty members are invited...

Bi 12/Lit 191.24 The Biology of Science Fiction
Posted: 27-Apr-10
The Departments of Biology and English will...

 
 Contact Information

Department of Biology
Ateneo de Manila University - Katipunan Ave., Loyola Heights, Quezon City 1108, Philippines
Tel No.: 426-6001 loc. 5610
Fax No.: 426-1034
E-mail Address:
mchan@ateneo.edu

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Biology alumna Dr. Nina Ingle receives prestigious Parker/Gentry Award

Dr. Angela Nina Ann R. Ingle (BS Biology 1985, magna cum laude) was given the prestigious Parker/Gentry...
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Ateneans receive Ambassador Alfredo M. Yao Intellectual Property Awards

Three members of the School of Science and Engineering’s Department of Chemistry were recognized...
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