Biological Sciences is a dynamic, hands-on program that prepares you for a number of health-related professions in medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, optometry, pharmacy, physical therapy, nursing, and physician’s assistant roles, as well as graduate and teacher credential programs, and entry-level careers in government and private organizations.
Through participation in leading-edge research projects, you will gain invaluable experience in research methodology, problem solving and intellectual discovery. The program also provides career-relevant internships that are designed to get you out of the classroom and into a field of interest. Short and long-term study abroad opportunities are also available in this integrated curriculum.
Students with a degree in Biological Science are prepared for a wide range of careers, including environmental work, biotechnology, and secondary school teaching. This degree is also important for students pursuing further training in medical, pharmacy and graduate school.
This concentration allows students to select courses from three major disciplines in biological sciences: ecology and environmental sciences, organismal, and molecular cell biology.
Designed for students interested in environmental careers, such as a research assistant, technician or teacher, this concentration is also useful for students who want to pursue graduate school.
This concentration is recommended for students interested in working as a laboratory technician or research assistant scientist, as well as students who plan to apply to graduate school or a professional school in the health sector.
This concentration is recommended for students interested in jobs requiring fieldwork or research assistant scientist positions, as well as students who plan to apply to graduate school or a professional school in the health sector.