How would you like a career in crime scene investigation?
Our Bachelor of Science Degree in Applied Biology can give you a start there as well as lead you to such varied fields as biotechnology, medicine, pharmacology, environmental fields, technical management, education, business or law.
Forecasts for these professions are generally better than average for the coming decade, according to the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics, with median salaries ranging around $100,00.
The program provides a strong foundation in the principles and applications of biology, with such courses as general biology, human biology, microbiology, molecular biology, cellular biology, ecology and genetics.
You will also have opportunity for several terms in Co-op, a paid cooperative work experience to take the concepts you learned in the classroom and apply them to real-world problems. In addition, you will work closely with faculty members on a capstone research project
- You want a degree with the breadth of experiences to enter a wide field of careers.
- The Applied Biology program boasts a state-of-the-art teaching lab suite featuring a General/Microbiology Lab, Molecular/Cellular Biology Lab, Advanced Topics Lab, student and faculty research space, a Tissue Culture facility, and cutting-edge instrumentation.
- Our faculty are performing research in areas like molecular microbiology, plant ecology, conservation biology, reproductive cancers and molecular genetics.
New students will not be accepted into this program after October 5, 2021.