DYC students in Dr. Frank Stephen's Anatomy and Physiology lab
Exceptional Research

Biology majors can conduct guided research with scientists at Roswell Park Cancer Institute.


Biology & Mathematics

Bachelor's & Combined/Dual/Sequential Degrees

Studying mathematics and biological sciences opens the door to numerous career opportunities. With a degree in biology or mathematics, you can teach high school, enter directly into industry or go to graduate school for further study.

Pre-Professional Preparation

Enter one of D'Youville's well-regarded pre-professional programs to prepare for a career in medicine, dentistry, veterinary, optometry, pharmacy, podiatry, physician assisting, physical therapy or chiropractic medicine.

D'Youville Advantages

  • Learn from highly qualified faculty – all of our full-time faculty have earned a Ph.D. in their field. Their research interests range from biofuels and genomics to mathematical educational research and the chemistry of wine.
  • Get individualized attention in small classes, usually around 20 students, and not more than 40. Science labs range from 12 to 15 students per class.
  • Don't worry if you aren't sure about your career path. Faculty will advise you on what courses to take and help you explore career possibilities.
  • Gain experience working in our math and science labs. Biology majors can use our cutting-edge gross anatomy lab before they go to graduate school.

Majors and Programs

Bachelor's degrees

Five-year combined bachelor's and master's degree

Six-year sequential bachelor's and doctoral degree

Seven-year dual bachelor's and doctoral degree


Note to applicants: Be sure to check out the application and admission requirements for these programs.

  • Our Students

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