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A Bachelor of Science in Microbiology exposes students to the fields of genetics, biology and physiology. It offers technical skills that are relevant in a number of professions such as dentistry, conservation and agriculture among others.

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Bachelor in Biology

Allegheny College
Campus September 2017 USA Meadville

Allegheny’s biology students learn by doing. With the guidance and support of the faculty, they apply scientific methods and theories learned in the classroom to their own research in the lab or in the field, discovering first-hand how scientists think and what they do. [+]

Part time Bachelors in Microbiology in Pennsylvania in USA. Bachelor in Biology Allegheny’s biology students learn by doing. With the guidance and support of the faculty, they apply scientific methods and theories learned in the classroom to their own research in the lab or in the field, discovering first-hand how scientists think and what they do. Major & Minor Programs Major Nine biology courses, including a Junior Seminar, Senior Project, and three electives. Double and student-designed majors can be arranged. Recent double majors include: biology and art, biology and environmental science, biology and English, and biology and economics; recent student-designed majors: forensics, bioethics, biophysics. Cooperative programs in allied health fields, nursing, and marine biology. Independent study and research projects are encouraged. Minor Coherent set of five biology courses including two biology electives. Department Facts Distinctions Required individual Senior Project demonstrates to graduate schools and prospective employers the ability to complete a comprehensive independent research assignment. Undergraduate access to all departmental facilities and equipment. Teaching faculty representing a broad range of biological specialties actively involve students in their own research projects. Key departmental participant in two interdisciplinary majors: biochemistry and neuroscience. Several areas of emphasis—premedical, biomedical, environmental, and others—offered through active cooperation with the departments of chemistry and environmental science. Numerous opportunities for student research, with results often presented at national conferences and published in professional journals. Program in marine biology with Duke University and in tropical ecology in Australia and Costa Rica. Allegheny is one of the top eight colleges in the nation for proportion of graduates in mathematics and the sciences; Over 50% of Allegheny’s 2007 science graduates were women. Key Benefits An understanding and appreciation of scientific thought and procedures. Firsthand knowledge of modern analytical techniques and equipment used in biological research, both in the laboratory and in the field. Critical and analytical thinking skills. An understanding of the relationships between biology and other scientific disciplines. An excellent foundation for graduate study in a broad variety of subdisciplines including cellular and molecular biology, physiology, neurobiology, plant biology, microbiology, ecology, and behavioral biology. Endorsements “I will never forget the professors and the high quality biology and liberal arts education I received [at Allegheny]. I learned how to think creatively and to apply scientific criteria to work and life situations.” — Becky Ann Myton, technical advisor to the Minister of the Environment, Honduras National Science Foundation (NSF) grant ($300,000) funded research that could lead to new ways to control insect populations; specific grant provision made for student research assistants. Faculty member was recently awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) Faculty Early Career Development program grant ($280,000). National Institutes of Health grant ($98,000) funded faculty research investigating the possible role of nasal CO2 receptors in Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. NSF has awarded $515,732 to a faculty member to support student-faculty summer research in population ecology at Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory in Colorado. Department ranks in the top 5 percent among private undergraduate institutions in production of eventual Ph.D.s since 1920. Department recently awarded $250,000 by the Eden Hall Foundation to support instructional technology for introductory laboratories. U.S. Department of Agriculture grant ($75,000) given to study the role of plant hormones in symbiosis between plants and fungi. Learning Outcomes Student Learning Outcomes for Majors in Biology Students who successfully complete a major in Biology are expected to be able to: demonstrate a general understanding of the central features of the extraordinarily diverse and expanding landscape of modern biology. demonstrate a general understanding of the standard laboratory tools, methodology, and process of biological research, and the basics of scientific writing. demonstrate a thorough understanding of important principles and laboratory techniques in at least three different biological sub-disciplines within the general areas of (1) cellular and molecular biology, (2) organismal biology and physiology, and (3) population biology and ecology. demonstrate the ability to locate, critically analyze, interpret, and discuss primary research literature in one or more sub-disciplines within the biological sciences. design and conduct independent laboratory or field research that is consistent with the highest standards and practices of research in the relevant biological sub-discipline. present the results of their independent research clearly and effectively in both written and oral forms. be well prepared for post-graduate education and diverse and meaningful careers in and out of the biological sciences. Student Learning Outcomes for Minors in Biology Students who successfully complete a minor in Biology are expected to be able to: demonstrate a general understanding of the central features of the extraordinarily diverse and expanding landscape of modern biology. demonstrate a general understanding of the standard laboratory tools, methodology, and process of biological research, and the basics of scientific writing. present the results of research clearly and effectively in both written and oral forms. demonstrate a thorough understanding of important principles and/or laboratory techniques in at least two different biological sub-disciplines. Opportunities Experiential Learning Internships The following are permanent departmental internships. Many others may be arranged individually. Conservation biology (Erie National Wildlife Refuge) Fisheries biology (Game Commission Fish Hatchery) Allied Health care (Meadville Medical Center) Research Assistants Allegheny faculty engaged in research frequently use student assistants, who work with them locally and in other research environments, such as the University of Toronto, Johns Hopkins University, the University of Rochester, and the Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory. Field Studies Allegheny’s location offers unique opportunities to study plant, bird, animal, and insect life in natural settings such as: Bousson Environmental Research Reserve Allegheny National Forest Erie Wildlife Refuge Geneva wetlands Presque Isle and Pymatuning State Parks Tamarack Lake Woodcock Creek Lake Honors and Prizes Outstanding student work is recognized annually with the Biology Faculty Prize and the Robert E. Bugbee Prize. There is also an active chapter of Beta Beta Beta, the national biology honor society. Lectures The annual Darling Lecture Series brings a nationally known scientist to campus to lecture and conduct seminars for students. The department regularly sponsors other seminars and guest speakers, including alumni, each year. Graduate School About 70% of our majors attend graduate or professional school eventually. About 50% go on directly to graduate school (20%) and professional school (30%), representing a 90% acceptance rate. Recent schools include: Carnegie-Mellon University University of Pittsburgh Cornell University Dartmouth College Thomas Jefferson University University of Pennsylvania The most popular fields of study include: medicine, dentistry, neuroscience, molecular and cell biology, and ecology. Career Data About 50% of our majors seek employment directly following graduation. The most popular fields for those with a bachelor’s degree: laboratory technician (university, hospital, industry), elementary and secondary education, medical technician, environmental technician. The most popular fields for those with advanced degrees: medicine, dentistry, biomedical research, ecology. [-]

Bachelor's in Environmental Sustainability

Eastern Mennonite University
Campus 4 years September 2017 USA Harrisonburg

At EMU, you’ll receive a top-notch scientific education thanks to professors who are experts in their fields and our well-rounded, interdisciplinary learning approach. It’s part of what makes EMU a Christian university like no other. [+]

Environmental Sustainability Major At EMU, you’ll receive a top-notch scientific education thanks to professors who are experts in their fields and our well-rounded, interdisciplinary learning approach. It’s part of what makes EMU a Christian university like no other. Environmental sustainability majors learn to truly grasp the nature of environmental research and issues by taking courses in a variety of disciplines. Biology, sociology and peacebuilding professors work closely together on environmental sustainability courses that weave forward-thinking sustainability practices with issues of international and community development and conservation. At the same time, students get a more in-depth education in one field by choosing a science or a social sustainability track within the environmental sustainability major. Our graduate program in peacebuilding is also an asset to any undergrad in the fields of development and sustainability; dozens of grad-level international scholars flock to EMU each year to study at the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding. And many professors around campus have decades of experience working and living overseas advocating for those in the margins. About Our Environmental Sustainability Major What makes EMU’s environmental sustainability major so unique? Plenty! Our program provides a combination of breadth and depth. All students learn the interdisciplinary nature of environmental research and issues by taking courses in a variety of disciplines. At the same time, students get a more in-depth education in one area by choosing a science or a social sustainability track within the environmental sustainability major. Key Distinctives of Our Program An interdisciplinary approach to understanding contemporary issues such as local hydrofracking, wilderness preservation. We study modern concerns like global warming from both scientific and social perspectives. Job-related experience in a wide variety of organizations through a required practicum, or internship. Practical experiences in private businesses, farms, and government agencies are an important step in developing a career in environmental sustainability. Research opportunities on student-faculty collaborative projects, such as a grant-funded steam restoration project in a local mountain community. EMU cross-cultural study abroad trips that focus on sustainability issues, like recent trips to New Zealand, Bolivia and the Galapagos, and Kenya. Environmental science concentration The environmental science concentration focuses on the biological and chemical aspects of environmental sustainability. Solid and challenging coursework in natural sciences prepares students to work on such issues as biodiversity and loss of species, pollution and toxicology, land use and degradation, waste management, resource depletion and energy consumption, climate change, and alternative agriculture. Students focus on “traditional” environmental science courses from the disciplines of ecology, chemistry and physiology, but also learn the interdisciplinary nature of environmental research and issues while working with sociology, economics, and development professors. Classes address local and global sustainability issues and include hands-on research projects. During a required internship, students work with a local environmental organization such as Shenandoah National Park, The Nature Conservancy or the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality. Environmental and social sustainability concentration The environmental and social sustainability concentration focuses on the social, economic, and political aspects of environmental sustainability. Challenging coursework in various social sciences prepares students to work on such issues as environmental advocacy, conservation and sustainable development, land use and degradation, environmental education and agricultural extension, climate change, waste management, and alternative energy. This track combines traditional environmental science coursework with applied sociology courses that emphasize international and community development and conservation. You’ll have hands-on opportunities to work in areas of personal interest like peace education, legislative and foreign policy advocacy, community organizing, restorative justice and mediation, social justice and peace advocacy, human rights and immigrants’ rights. [-]

Bachelor of Biology

Rosemont College
Campus September 2017 USA Rosemont

The biology major is intended to prepare students for careers in healthcare, research and development, education, environmental studies, graduate or medical school, and more. Students will graduate with an understanding of the foundations of biological concepts. [+]

Part time Bachelors in Microbiology in Pennsylvania in USA. Biology Rapidly changing and always evolving, Biology is ever present in today’s society. Biology students here at Rosemont College will have the opportunity to choose between three tracks of study: Biology Track Evironmental Track Pre-Health Track The biology major is intended to prepare students for careers in healthcare, research and development, education, environmental studies, graduate or medical school, and more. Students will graduate with an understanding of the foundations of biological concepts. Courses include a laboratory component in which students will learn the latest technologies and methodologies that are currently used in a variety of fields. An internship and on or off campus research is a required component to the major. Students are able to complete a major or minor in biology. Experiential Learning Courses include a laboratory component in which students will learn the latest technologies and methodologies that are currently used in a variety of fields. An internship and on or off campus research is a required component to the major. Students are able to complete a major or minor in biology. Biology Track The Biology track aims to provide students with the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in the field of biology. The required courses cover topics from different areas of biology, including cellular, molecular, genetic, and organismal thus providing a strong foundation. Almost all courses have a laboratory component exposing students to current laboratory techniques and methodologies. Our small class size allows students to get hands on laboratory experience and individual attention from faculty. Classroom and laboratory experiences are supplemented with on and off campus research and internship opportunities. All students are required to participate in one of these experiential learning opportunities in order to apply their knowledge and to further improve on these skills, gain confidence, and increase their scientific knowledge. Furthermore, students that conduct on-campus research with a faculty mentor have the opportunity to present at local scientific meetings and publish their results. Emphasis is given to scientific writing and oral presentation skills, a major component of the capstone senior seminar presentation. Environmental Track The Environmental Science track provides a strong foundation in the sciences which could then be applied to solve ecological issues which are fundamental to solving ecological issues at a policy and/or social level. Issues relating to protecting the environment and achieving sustainable development continue to be priorities at the local, national, and global levels. Contemporary environmental quality problems include management of biodiversity, air and water pollution, as well as the investigation of the link between human health and environment. Examples of areas that environmental professionals work in include the evaluation and management of resources at governmental and corporate levels, policy and implementation of global warming concerns, scientific and laboratory assessment as well as research opportunities in academia and the non-profit sector. This track promotes an interdisciplinary approach to environmental issues through both coursework and independent study/internship experience allowing students to address all parameters important in sustainable development. Pre-Health Track The Pre-Health track aims to provide students with the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in post graduate studies. The required courses cover topics from different areas of biology, including cellular, molecular, genetic, and organismal, to provide a strong foundation in the biological sciences. Almost all courses have a laboratory component exposing students to current laboratory techniques and methodologies. Our small class size allows students to get hands on laboratory experience and individual attention from faculty. Classroom and laboratory experiences are supplemented with on and off campus research and internship opportunities. All students are required to participate in one of these experiential learning opportunities in order to apply their knowledge and to further improve on these skills, gain confidence, and increase their scientific knowledge. Furthermore, students that conduct on-campus research with a faculty mentor have the opportunity to present at local scientific meetings and publish their results. Emphasis is given to scientific writing and oral presentation skills, a major component of the capstone senior seminar presentation. Admissions Requirements It is important that you are prepared to succeed academically at Rosemont College. All applications for admission submitted to Rosemont College are reviewed with the goal of determining your potential for success. As soon as your application file is complete, all of the criteria for admission listed below are considered in making an admission decision. A key part of this process is that you submit your application and other required documents as soon as possible so that we can communicate an admission decision to you. Criteria for General Admission Completed application for admission Official high school transcript Official SAT/ACT score report Letter of recommendation (optional) Admissions essay (optional) [-]

Bachelor in Biology

Slippery Rock University
Campus Part time September 2017 USA Slippery Rock

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 life systems in the classroom, laboratory, and field. You'll develop important analytical and critical thinking skills, and gain vital research and collaboration experience. [+]

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 life 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 flexible course selection, enabling you to pursue your individual interests. SRU also offers several Biology degree-plus options with affiliated schools-facilitating a smooth transition to graduate degrees. These include: Chiropractic at Logan University and Palmer College of Chiropractic Dental Early Admission Program (DEAP) Dentistry at the LECOM School of Dental Medicine (Bradenton, FL campus) and West Virginia School of Dentistry Osteopathic Medicine at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) Pharmacy at the LECOM School of Pharmacy Physical Therapy at SRU Physician Assistant Studies at Chatham University WHAT WILL YOU LEARN? You'll receive training in both basic and advanced biological concepts. Through class discussions, laboratory experiments, and fieldwork, you'll learn about different areas of biology such as: Animal and plant physiology Botany Cellular biology Ecology Genetics Microbiology Molecular biology Vertebrate and plant anatomy Zoology CAREERS IN BIOLOGY Graduates of SRU's Biology program go on to a diverse range of careers, such as: Biochemist Biological Technician Chiropractor Dentist Genetic Counselor Health Communications Specialist Health Educator Medical and Health Services Manager Pharmaceutical / Medical Product Sales Rep Physician's Assistant and Nurse Practitioner CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS Beta Beta Beta [-]