Bachelor Programme Biological Sciences

bscbio

What are biological sciences?

In the B.Sc. Programme in Biological Sciences you will acquire knowledge of the various biological subdisciplines and of related disciplines. The programme lays the groundwork for the investigation of life processes on various levels, from the molecular to subcellular compartments, cells, tissue, organs, single- and multiple- cell organisms up to ecosystems. This degree programme not only involves observation and description, but is concerned with the understanding of relationships and dynamic processes. This broad-based degree programme offers insight into many biological subdisciplines, as well as covering the necessary basics of chemistry, physics and mathematics. Specialisation is made possible by a choice of elective modules in later semesters, and the programme is completed with a bachelor's thesis. 

Interdisciplinary Bachelor Programmes

Biochemistry

"The Chemistry of Life" -

Understanding the cell and its complexity. 

Bioinformatics

"(De-) Coding Life" –

The interface of biology and informatics.

Biophysics

"Physics of Life" –

The intersection of physics, chemistry and biology.

Contacts

BSc Bio - Subject Specific Student Advice 

Dr Elke Schleucher
Study Dean Consultant

Biologicum, Campus Riedberg
Section C, Room 3.416
Max-von-Laue-Str. 13
60439 Frankfurt am Main

T +49 69 798-42277
E schleucher@bio.uni-frankfurt.de

Office Hours
by appointment



Dr Peter Thalau

Biologicum, Campus Riedberg
Section B, Room -1.307
Max-von-Laue-Straße 13
60439 Frankfurt am Main

T +49 69 798-42086
E thalau@bio.uni-frankfurt.de

Office Hours
by appointment