The Bachelor's Degree in Biology aims to train ethical, competitive, and excellent professionals, committed to society, who generate and apply scientific and technological knowledge in the environmental, biotechnological, and natural resources areas, based on the relevance of its curriculum, the quality of its teaching staff, research, and professional practice, to contribute to sustainable development and improvement of the quality of life of society.
To enter the bachelor’s degree program in Biology, students must have completed their high school studies and demonstrate, through the admission exam, basic knowledge of Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Physics. In addition to the requirements stated in the Instituto Politécnico Nacional call for applications, the student who wishes to enter this degree program must have:
Upon completion of the degree, the graduate will apply scientific and technological knowledge to solve problems related to the biological environment. They will have developed the skills, attitudes, values, and knowledge necessary for the use and conservation of biodiversity; they will be able to develop research projects in any area of Biology with creativity, initiative, and leadership. Will be characterized by:
The requirements to become a student at the Institute are:
The labor field of the bachelor’s degree in Biology covers different areas within the public, private and social sectors in the areas of biodiversity, ecology, resource management, and biotechnology. In these areas, the graduate in Biology organizes, plans, directs and executes the activities of the occupational field, at an operative and management level. He/she works successfully in different areas related to the production and commercialization of goods and services:
Check the list of subjects, credits and total hours of the program on the website of each school.