The biological sciences deal with the basic biological principles of all living things. Courses in the Department of Biological Sciences reflect the increased awareness that sub-disciplines within biology are merging into a broad principles-based discipline that recognizes the similarities among living organisms. Students will be presented with approaches that are based on unifying biological principles. This will provide them with information that can then be applied to a vast array of novel situations.
Exceptional Educational Opportunities
Because of the university's size and opportunities to work personally with internationally recognized faculty, our students are getting private-college service at the state's primary research institution.
Careers for our Graduates
Graduates from the department may enter a variety of fields and many continue their education. Recent graduates have entered allied and public health professions, primary and secondary teaching, agribusiness, veterinary school, graduate school, law school, state and national agencies that deal with biology (e.g., forestry and fish and game departments, EPA), as well as a variety of environmental consulting agencies and biotechnology companies.
Where do college graduates work?
July 10, 2014
Article Taken From United States Census Bureau
Our degrees offer an integrated view of the sub-disciplines within biology to prepare you for any profession in the field of life sciences.
Prospective students, or students desiring more information, may write, call (208) 885-6280 or email the department (firstname.lastname@example.org).