Careers in Biology

lab.jpgWith a biology major from The Woods, you are prepared to pursue biology jobs in areas such as microbiology, public health, genetics, physiology, immunology, ecology, and cell biology, or to take their education to the next level by pursuing a medical or graduate degree. Students can also choose to pursue a teaching license for grades 7 through 12 in Middle/High School Life Sciences Education. Below is a list of a few of the places graduates with a biology degree from SMWC have gone on to work or continue their education:

Career Opportunities

Biology jobs include laboratory work in a number of industries including pharmaceutical, as well as food and agriculture.

Combining Programs

This sequence of course work may be combined with secondary education courses for certification to teach biology, or you may combine the major with other majors or minors, such as equine studies, computer information systems or psychology.

Graduates are working in such careers as: