Experience Life to Its Fullest
Sequence DNA, or discover a new spider species. Study biology with professors with backgrounds spanning from plant ecology to human immune systems. Research side by side with faculty experts. Gain practical, hands-on experiences with lab activities, research and an internship in your field.
What jobs can you do with a biology degree?
Begin your career in biology with us, and apply your knowledge in careers such as:
- Medicine and healthcare
- Science research or data analysis
- Wildlife or environmental management
Combine classroom lectures with hands-on learning experiences in and out of the lab, internships and research opportunities.
Look closer at the classes you could take.
Further Your Biology Knowledge
Think globally and consider learning opportunities not available on campus. Apply for an internship to get experience in the field you hope to pursue after you graduate.
Our students have found internships in the following places:
- Belize, studying rain forests and their ecology.
- Romania, assisting a forensic anthropological dig.
- San Francisco, conducting psychology research.
- Vermillion at the University of South Dakota, researching microbiology.
With the financial help of Hughes Grant-in-Aid Program, find internships or research opportunities off campus and abroad. These experiences can lead to permanent positions following graduation. Our recent grads are teachers, researchers and doctors.
Get to Know Your Professors
Discover biology with our knowledgeable professors! Our low student-to-teacher ratio offers valuable one-on-one interaction with professors.
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