The human biology program melds approaches and content from social and biological sciences to provide a vibrant, synthetic understanding of the roles of culture, the dynamics of natural and social systems, and the biological attributes responsible for shaping the human being.

The major requires at least 20 credits each in anthropology and biology. In addition, students take courses in chemistry, history, human behavior, social sciences, genetics and evolution. See bachelor of arts in human biology course requirements in the catalog.

The four-year program is offered on both the Vancouver and Pullman campuses.