B.S. Degree Biological Sciences
The University specifies a core curriculum of basic education courses, and there are specific requirements for the B.S. degree in the College of Science. In addition to these courses, the Department of Biological Sciences offers undergraduate coursework that spans the great breadth of modern academic biology. It offers specializations in two options within the B.S. degree in Biological Sciences, a Biomedical Track and an Ecology/Evolutionary Biology Track. A concentration in biology for Secondary School Certification is also available.
|The Biomedical Track prepares students for:||The Ecology/Evolutionary Biology Track prepares students for:|
|Careers and/or advanced degree programs in:|
|Dietetics and Nutritional Science||Bioarchaeology|
|Medical Technology (Clinical Laboratory Science)||Paleontology|
|Occupational Therapy||Wildlife and Fisheries|
**The B.S. in Microbiology also offers excellent preparation in these fields as well.
Interest Programs Supporting Specialization
Senior Students' Honors Program
Minority Biomedical Research Support
Minority Access to Research Careers
Many graduates in Biological Science and Microbiology choose additional study at the Masters' and Doctoral levels. Others find positions in:
*Local, State, and Federal Governmental Agencies
*Industry (Research and Sales)
*Secondary Schools (B.S. in Biology with Secondary School Certification)