|Courses Four courses are taken:||Teaching methods: Lectures, Practicals, Suupervisions, Examination|
|Courses Core material, including courses on:
||Teaching methods: Lectures, Practicals, Suupervisions, Examination|
|Courses Specialise in 1 selected subject for in-depth study. Alternatively students may opt for a more generalised course :||Assessment Examination, Completion of degree|
|Research FAny of the following subjects can be followed
into a fourth year:
|Assessment / Teaching Methods
Biology at Cambridge comes under the Natural Sciences or NatSci umbrella. In the first year it is necessary to study 3 subjects plus on mathematical subject, but students can take a leaning towards the Biological sciences.
Biology of Cells:
Evolution & Behaviour:
In the second year, again 3 sub-specialty subjects must be chosen. This may include Animal Biology,Biochemistry and molecular Biology, , cell & developmental biology, neurobiology & Plant and Microbiology Sciences. However, given the variety of other subjects on offer, many will choose to study something completely different form an interest perspective, and indeed inter-disciplinary study can complement the specialt focus quite nicely.
In the third year it is possible to focus on Biology & Biomedical Sciences for the BA degree.