Biology at Harvey Mudd is hands-on and interdisciplinary. In lab and field courses, students do open-ended, cross-disciplinary research and learn by doing.

Biology graduates go on to advanced study or work in molecular genetics, computational biology, biotechnology, mathematical ecology, medicine, vaccine research, pharmacology, neurobiology, conservation biology, science teaching, environmental activism and more.


A drone flown by summer research students to create aerial maps of vegetation at the nearby Bernard Field Station.