A degree in Biology prepares you for a variety of career paths in science-related fields and beyond. A growing job market in STEM fields provides greater opportunities for those who wish to pursue a career in the sciences or research. Through coursework and hands-on lab experiences, our students learn to conduct research, design experiments, and gather and analyze data. Graduates of our programs have gone on to find employment in healthcare, sales, industry, and education. Some of our students choose to pursue graduate studies in medicine, research, biotechnology, and law.
Biology graduates also pursue careers outside traditional science fields. The focused, but flexible, Biology curriculum allows you to consider different tracks to broaden your skill set. Our students learn to work in a collaborative environment, evaluate and communicate information about biological questions, think critically and ethically, and solve complex problems. These are transferrable skills that employers say they want most. This foundation can lead to careers in investment banking, sales, business development, the arts, marketing and communication, government, and much more.