Biology is a field high in demand for many reasons, Due to its diverse nature, the biology graduate can go in many different directions after college. Most fields that biology graduates enter pay well and are constantly in high demand. If you are really serious about majoring in biology, the best step is to look for schools with state of the art laboratories and classrooms as well as healthy internship or co-op opportunities. There are also great student chapters of Professional Biological Associations to join in the biology field. Do so at your earliest chance as they will be a great source of career information, and lasting friendships.

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"Because Biology is such a broad discipline, many students choose to concentrate in one area, and others prefer to remain generalists. Pre-Professional preparation is available for students wishing to pursue careers in human or veterinary medicine, dentistry, public health, or other health-related fields." 
(Provided by: The University of Vermont)
 


"The strength of a major in the Department of Biological Sciences is flexibility. You can concentrate on molecular biology, cell biology, or system physiology, or take a different approach by studying ecology, plant biology, or microbiology." 
(Provided by: Marquette University)
 


"The Biology program leads to a Bachelor of Arts and provides students with a broad background in basic biological principles from the cellular and molecular levels through evolution and the functioning of ecosystems.  As such, the biology curriculum provides the breadth of biological experience essential for a diversity of careers in the health fields, in basic biological research in the laboratory and field, in biology education, or in business and industry." 
(Provided by: Cazenovia College) 


"The Department of Biology investigates a wide range of research questions across the vast disciplines of the biological sciences. Our interdisciplinary faculty have research interests in areas ranging from single cells to entire systems and questions ranging from why we need sex to the origin of diseases at the cellular level." 
(Provided by: The University of Iowa)
 


"The Bachelor of Science degree in the Biomedical Sciences program prepares students for entry into health sciences and analytical/research laboratories. Graduates possess the skills to perform in a variety of science related positions in health departments, zoos, clinical and environmental chemistry, pharmaceutics, and laboratories." 
(Provided by: Keiser University)
 


"With the B.S. in biology program from Lynn University, you'll study living organisms and ecosystems, while conducting hands-on research in a laboratory. As a biology major you will study with top-rated professors, become proficient in math and science, and hone the skills required to launch a successful career in biology or a similar field."
(Provided by: Lynn University)
 


"Studying  Biology can lead to many career paths, from pursuing graduate degrees in the life sciences or in health-related fields, to research or teaching. Our rigorous and engaging biology curriculum focuses on connecting theoretical principles to laboratory practice. Our distinguished Biology faculty also provides excellent opportunities for our students to actively participate in their research projects." 
(Provided by: Western New England University)
 


"Our biology major will provide you with an understanding of life as a process and an extraordinarily high degree of hands-on involvement. You'll have unique opportunities to participate in experiential learning studies in the field at our own Nature Center and off-campus sites, or work hand in hand with our faculty on research that complements your future aspirations." 
(Provided by: University of Mount Union)