Undergraduate Degrees in Biological Sciences
Besides the specific Requirements, there are many factors that may influence course selection. New students, especially Transfer Students should consider them carefully [more...].
Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences
The Bachelor of Science program provides a strong background for further study either in graduate school or medicine and prepares the student for secondary school teaching and a variety of careers in biology at the technical level. Graduates with a B.S. degree often find technical-level positions with pharmaceutical companies or as research assistants in grant-related positions. Those who go on to graduate or professional school have a wide array of career opportunities in research, health fields, and business.
Bachelor of Arts in Biological Sciences
The Bachelor of Arts program is intended for the student who wants to combine an interest in liberal arts or fine arts with a major in Biology. The degree is not intended for student who plan to follow a career as a professional biologist or science teacher.
Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies: Faculty-Initiated Interdisciplinary major in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
The Biochemistry and Molecular Biology program is designed for students interested in these rapidly developing fields of science. Biochemistry and molecular biology are areas of rapid development in science today. Students with training in these fields can pursue careers as researchers in academic or industrial settings or they can pursue further study in graduate or professional schools.