Majoring in the biological sciences is a likely choice for the student who is curious about life, creative, highly motivated, and interested in solving biological problems. Biologists are involved in agriculture, forestry, wildlife management, environmental science and other fields that make the world a healthier and safer place to live. The biological sciences will also prepare the student for entry into one of a variety of technical fields in Allied Health.
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Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this program you will be able to:
- Apply core concepts of biology when explaining biological processes.
- Apply scientific method to solve problems.
- Illustrate scientific data using graphs, tables, or text.
- Integrate knowledge from several disciplines around a central biological theme.
- Communicate biological information using oral, written or digital presentation techniques.
- Identify issues involving biology in society.
- Use biological instrumentation and proper laboratory techniques.
- Find and evaluate scientific literature.
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Network with other science majors through participation in the Club of Medical and Natural Sciences at the southeast campus or the Sci-π Club at the west campus. For more information speak with your science professor or inquire at the Student Life office on campus.
View a semester-by-semester course plan of study and information on how this degree transfers to other colleges and universities on the Biology Degree Map .