Tharun is more interested to pursue his Bachelors in Biomedical Science. His characteristic interest to scrutinize the mechanisms of things around him has toned his yearning to learn more about the human body; accordingly, he had indulged in biological studies and lectures at an early age. Tharun reveals a distinct fascination in scientific activities as he beautifully portrayed an experimental project on the topic of hyperplasia. His competitive nature fuels him to learn more and causes him and his friends to compete academically as he aspires to create a better future for humanity. An athletic young man, Tharun enthusiastically participates in all sporting activities, but enjoys playing basketball the most as he is the captain of the school basketball team. He conveys that sports has not only impacted his physical well-being and improved his stamina and mental discipline, but also helped fabricate his communication and collaborative skills.
Arizona State University (commonly referred to as ASU or Arizona State) is a public metropolitan research university on five campuses across the Phoenix metropolitan area, and four regional learning centers throughout Arizona.
ASU is one of the largest public universities by enrollment in the U.S. As of fall 2018, the university had about 80,000 students attending classes across its metro campuses, 30,000 students attending online, including 66,000-plus undergraduates and more than 12,000 postgraduates. The university is organized into 17 colleges, featuring more than 170 cross-discipline centers and institutes. ASU offers 350 degree options for undergraduates students, as well as more than 400 graduate degree and certificate programs.
“The life sciences delve into the basic organization and processes of life (microbes, plants and animals) at scales ranging from molecules to ecosystems and in time from picoseconds to millennia. This includes investigations into how hereditary information is transferred and organisms evolve, the interplay of organisms and their environments, and how these factors interact in health and disease. Students interested in a degree in life sciences can opt for a BS in biological sciences or choose one of five concentrations:biology and society, biomedical sciences, conservation biology and ecology, genetics, cell and developmental biology,neurobiology, physiology and behavior.