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Biology is the scientific study of growth, function, origin, and evolution of organisms and life and covers a great number of fields including ecology, ecosystems, genetics, anatomy, physiology, cells, botany, animals and plants. Many Bachelor in Biology programs are aimed at being pre-professional, such as pre-medicine, pre-dentistry, pre-ecology, or other scientific disciplines.

Through laboratory and coursework, students earning a Bachelor in Biology learn the skills necessary to become biologists or scientists. Some coursework for Bachelor in Biology programs may focus on human biology including physiology, genetics, and anatomy, while others may focus on ecology, such as conservation, environmental management, and biotechnology. With a Bachelor in Biology, graduates have the option of such jobs as laboratory and research work in the public or private sector, health departments, government, working alongside scientists, teaching, or continuing on to post graduate education.

If you are scientifically oriented and are considering a Bachelor in Biology, then take a look through the options below and take the next step towards your personal and professional goals!

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70 Results in Biology

Moravian College

Neuroscience represents a relatively new but rapidly expanding area of study that brings together a variety of disciplines to explore the development, structure, function ... [+]

SCHOLARSHIPS FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS.

Moravian College offers an International Student Merit Award based primarily on academic achievement: grades, the strength of your academic program, your TOEFL or IELTS scores, and your SAT scores if submitted.Please contact Executive Director of International Enrollment via inquiry form on this page for more information regarding the International Student Merit Award.

NEUROSCIENCE

Neuroscience represents a relatively new but rapidly expanding area of study that brings together a variety of disciplines to explore the development, structure, functional activities and behavioral consequences of the nervous system. Some areas addressed through the study of neuroscience include cognition, neurobiology of aging, developmental neurobiology and the effects of neuropharmacology on behavior. New research findings focus on evolving concepts in the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases, neural stem cell research, biochemical basis of thinking and learning and behavior.... [-]

USA Bethlehem
September 2019
Full-time
Campus
West Virginia University

Biology majors study living organisms and the processes of life. Choose from four areas of emphasis to focus your studies: cellular and molecular biology, ecology and env ... [+]

About

When you explore biology, you begin to understand the extraordinary nature of the world — from genes to ecosystems, molecules and cells, structure and function, organisms and their environments.

Through in-depth instruction at the cutting-edge of our discipline, hands-on research conducted with award-winning faculty and experience with next-generation resources and equipment, Biology majors at WVU learn to question, experiment and innovate. We provide all the opportunities of a large university with a small college feel.

As a Biology major, your career goals may include biological research, medical school, pharmacy, business or education. Students interested in health professions also have access to additional information and advice through the Pre-Health Advising and Professional Development Office.... [-]

USA Morgantown
August 2019
4 years
Campus
George Mason University - Undergraduate Programs

The bachelor degree programs in biology provide a sound liberal arts education with substantial experience in quantitative and analytical thought, along with preparation ... [+]

The bachelor degree programs in biology provide a sound liberal arts education with substantial experience in quantitative and analytical thought, along with preparation for related professions. Our entire core (required) courses include a recitation, a laboratory, or both and we require additional laboratory experience beyond the core.

Through the requirements outlined above, the Department provides the strong background necessary not only for graduate study in the Life Sciences, but also enables students to develop careers in a wide variety of disciplines, including secondary school teaching, environmental management, microbiology, molecular biology, biotechnology, genetics, wildlife management, fisheries biology, and marine science. Furthermore, our curriculum prepares a student for careers in the Health Sciences including medicine, dentistry, veterinary science and related allied health disciplines. The BS degree in Medical Laboratory Science prepares students for careers in doctor’s offices, and hospitals, as well as in biotechnology and industrial laboratories. Individuals with the MLAB degree often move into research and administrative positions later in their careers.... [-]

USA Fairfax Washington
September 2019
Full-time
4 years
Campus
University of Tampa College of Natural and Health Sciences

The Bachelor of Science in Biology degree is the most versatile of all the majors in the Department of Biology, allowing students to tailor their studies to nearly any ca ... [+]

Bachelor of Science in Biology

The Bachelor of Science in Biology degree is the most versatile of all the majors in the Department of Biology, allowing students to tailor their studies to nearly any career path. This rigorous program provides coursework and skills that students need to prepare for admission to professional health degree programs and graduate school or careers in highly specialized fields in the natural sciences. It has more extensive mathematics, chemistry, and physics course requirements, leaving less room for students to take biology electives or other courses outside the major than does the Bachelor of Arts in Biology.

B.S. Biology students are expected to specialize in a particular area of study, or "concentration," that most closely matches their anticipated career. Four concentrations are available within this major.... [-]

USA Tampa
September 2019
Full-time
4 years
Campus
Lakeland University

Earning acceptance into the graduate school of your choice feels good. Attending that graduate school free of charge, while also receiving a stipend, may seem too good to ... [+]

Earning acceptance into the graduate school of your choice feels good. Attending that graduate school free of charge, while also receiving a stipend, may seem too good to be true.

It is true, though, and we have the graduates to prove it. In just the past few years, we've put students into funded Ph.D. programs at prestigious schools like the University of Wisconsin, Michigan Tech University, Rutgers and North Carolina.

"I'm really pleased that our graduates with a passion for biology have had incredible success being accepted by some pretty high-powered programs," says Paul Pickhardt, Lakeland's natural sciences division chair. "If you pursue a masters or Ph.D. in biology, and you're applying to good programs, they will pay you to go to school."... [-]

USA Plymouth
September 2019
Full-time
4 years
Campus
Monmouth College

The curriculum in Biology offers an opportunity for students to understand the structures and processes that characterize life and to appreciate the tremendous diversity ... [+]

The curriculum in Biology offers an opportunity for students to understand the structures and processes that characterize life and to appreciate the tremendous diversity of living organisms. Course work is balanced among three scales of biological organization: Cell/Molecular, Physiology/Organismal, and Ecology/Evolution.

An important component of the major is independent research that enables the student to become familiar with the process of science by investigating a specific biological problem in the laboratory or field.

Most courses are extensive rather than intensive in content, thus providing the student with considerable breadth in the biological sciences as a whole. Such training may lead to more specifically focused work such as graduate or professional school, employment in government or industry, or teaching at the secondary or college level. Biologists who are graduates of liberal arts colleges often offer employers a broader, more flexible outlook in approaching problems.... [-]

USA Monmouth
August 2019
Full-time
4 years
Campus
The State University of New York at Geneseo

The mission of the Biology Department is to provide instruction, scholarship and service in the biological sciences to the SUNY Geneseo academic community, and society as ... [+]

Geneseo offers a rigorous Biology program with renowned professors, a wide range of course offerings and countless opportunities for research. The biology department seeks to provide students with a broad background in biological sciences that can be used as a foundation for a variety of careers. Students in the program will gain an understanding of the principles of genetics, ecology, evolution, cell biology, anatomy, and physiology. Students also gain skills in scientific decision-making, and in presenting scientific research in oral and written formats. We believe that our program exposes students to the breadth of biology and to the analytical skills important to be a successful biologist.... [-]

USA Geneseo
Open Enrollment
Full-time
4 years
Campus
Ohio Wesleyan University

This Biology major provides a foundation in biological principles with the largest range of flexibility in electives to explore a variety of biological topics. As a Biolo ... [+]

Bachelor in Biology

Biology is the study of life, from the molecular level to the whole organism to the global biosphere. Biologists explore all aspects of living systems, and biological discoveries continue to improve human health, food production, and environmental sustainability.

About the Major

This Biology major provides a foundation in biological principles with the largest range of flexibility in electives to explore a variety of biological topics. As a Biology major, you learn to identify, alter or manage biological processes from single cells to whole organisms.

Keywords: medicine, health careers, public health, conservation, advanced research, laboratory science, field research, environmental science, biotechnology, pharmaceutical arenas. ... [-]

USA Delaware
September 2019
Full-time
Campus
Slippery Rock University

The Department of Biology at Slippery Rock University offers both the bachelor of arts and bachelor of science degrees. Our bachelor of arts degree program in biology off ... [+]

Bachelor in Biology

Biology

Offered by: Biology

Biology is the study of living organisms, focusing on the structure and development of life and evolutionary processes. In SRU's Biology program, you'll learn about living systems in the classroom, laboratory, and field. You'll develop important analytical and critical thinking skills, and gain vital research and collaboration experience. SRU offers both Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Sciences degrees in Biology, as well as a minor in Biology.

Why Choose Biology?

If you have a passion for nature, research, and learning about different life systems, the Biology program at SRU is for you. This major offers a flexible course selection, enabling you to pursue your individual interests.... [-]

USA Slippery Rock
September 2019
Full-time
4 years
Campus
Tennessee Technological University

The Department of Biology offers several courses of study at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Undergraduate students can choose among four concentrations in th ... [+]

Overview

The Department of Biology offers several courses of study at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Undergraduate students can choose among four concentrations in the Biology B.S. degree (Biology, Cellular Biology, Environmental Biology, or Health Sciences).

Biology (BIOL)

**Options: Botany, Marine Biology, Microbiology, and Zoology

Cellular Biology (BIBC) Environmental Biology (BIEB) Health Sciences (BIHS) Why Study Biology?

Biology is the study of living organisms at all levels. Because of the complexity and amazing diversity of living organisms, biology is divided into a number of disciplines. The Department of Biology at Tennessee Tech provides all the tools and opportunities needed for the academic development of a professional in a wide range of careers within the biological sciences. Recent graduates have been employed within various government agencies including the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Tennessee Valley Authority, National Park Service, and numerous state wildlife and fisheries agencies, park services, departments of health and the environment, and regulatory agencies. Additionally, many graduates go on to graduate and professional schools, such as medical, pharmacy, and physician assistant schools.... [-]

USA Cookeville
September 2019
8 - 12 semesters
Campus
Cabrini University

The bachelor of science in biology is a multidisciplinary program combining rigorous foundations in biology, chemistry, and physics. ... [+]

The bachelor of science in biology is a multidisciplinary program combining rigorous foundations in biology, chemistry, and physics.

The biology program is designed to prepare students for careers in allied health fields including physical therapy, occupational therapy and pharmacy, entry-level placement in pharmaceutical and biomedical research laboratories, admission into graduate, medical and professional schools, and teaching.

The major provides all biology students with a core set of courses introducing the basic concepts of life science and an in-depth introduction to the fundamentals of biological processes and the diversity of organisms. A subsequent series of courses provides a broad biological base for advanced work in specific concentration areas.... [-]

USA Radnor
September 2019
Full-time
Campus
Anderson University

The biochemistry major is an interdisciplinary major that applies the principles and methods of both biology and chemistry to understanding the molecular basis of life. ... [+]

The biochemistry major is an interdisciplinary major that applies the principles and methods of both biology and chemistry to understanding the molecular basis of life.

What classes will I take?

The major (52 hours) requires a number of basic classes from each discipline with advanced courses in chemical instrumentation, cell and molecular biology, genetics, and biochemistry, and allows the student to select additional courses necessary to pursue certain career objectives. Students considering a biochemistry major should begin their study with General Chemistry I (CHEM 2110) and Foundations of Modern Biology I (BIOL 2210).

Major Requirements:

BIOL 2210, Foundations of Modern Biology I, 4 credit hours BIOL 2220, Foundations of Modern Biology II, 4 credit hours BIOL 2240, Cell Biology, 4 credit hours BIOL 4050, Genetics, 4 credit hours BIOL 4310, Molecular Biochemistry and Genetics, 4 credit hours CHEM 2110, General Chemistry I, 4 credit hours CHEM 2120, General Chemistry II, 4 credit hours CHEM 2210, Organic Chemistry I, 4 credit hours CHEM 2220, Organic Chemistry II, 4 credit hours CHEM 3100, Analytical Chemistry, 4 credit hours CHEM 4510, Senior Physical Science Practicum I, 1 credit hour CHEM 4520, Senior Physical Science Practicum II, 1 credit hour BIOL/CHEM 4210, Biochemistry, 4 credit hours BIOL/CHEM/PHYS 4910, Science Seminar I, 1 credit hour BIOL/CHEM/PHYS 4920, Science Seminar II, 1 credit hour ... [-]
USA Anderson
September 2019
Full-time
4 years
Campus
Hope College

We believe that students learn science best by doing science. At Hope, we provide new and interesting ways for you to do biology, not just learn about it. ... [+]

We believe that students learn science best by doing science. At Hope, we provide new and interesting ways for you to do biology, not just learn about it.

The biology department will introduce you to the broad scope of knowledge about living things and cultivate the craft of scientific inquiry.

You’ll leave our department:

Prepared for a job or graduate study in any of biology’s subdisciplines or the health professions Equipped to create and communicate your knowledge of the living world Able to adapt to ever-changing fields within biology — and the job market

Our department aims to be widely recognized as a premier undergraduate biology program by students and scientists alike, and our faculty and staff produce new knowledge in our areas of study.... [-]

USA Holland
September 2019
Full-time
4 years
Campus
Wabash College

The Wabash biology department distinguishes itself with a strong and diverse faculty and a commitment to undergraduate teaching and research. ... [+]

The Wabash biology department distinguishes itself with a strong and diverse faculty and a commitment to undergraduate teaching and research. The curriculum emphasizes analytical and problem-solving skills that enable students to reach their own conclusions and solutions. In a field that is rapidly changing, the ability to acquire new information and place it in a broad context is a crucial skill.

Biology majors at Wabash College have a wide range of experiences in the classroom, the laboratory, and the field, preparing our students for careers in fields as diverse as medicine, molecular biology, ecology, education, and even finance or public policy. Students engage in independent research with faculty, prestigious internships off campus, and interdisciplinary internships supported by a variety of on-campus programs.... [-]

USA Crawfordsville
September 2019
Full-time
Campus
University of Mary Washington

As a University of Mary Washington biology major, you might collect samples on the Rappahannock River one day then contribute to a class discussion on ecology the next. O ... [+]

Biology

As a University of Mary Washington biology major, you might collect samples on the Rappahannock River one day then contribute to a class discussion on ecology the next. Our biology major goes beyond molecules and microscopes, feeding your curiosity about living things, fostering the scientific process, and challenging you to find fresh approaches to research.

Areas of Study

Course offerings include human biology, organism function and diversity, botany, chordate anatomy, plant ecology, animal ecology, entomology, histology, genetics, nutrition and metabolism, microbiology, parasitology, animal behavior, neurobiology, endocrinology, vertebrate zoology, ornithology, virology, the biology of cancer, and more.... [-]

USA Fredericksburg
September 2019
Full-time
4 years
Campus