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Kansas Wesleyan University

Career fields for biology majors are wide-ranging and include research in the medical and life sciences, such as health and disease, neurology, genomics, microbiology and pharmacology. Learn more about majoring in Biology at KWU below

 

 

This program is offered:

  • On Campus

What can I do with a Biology degree?

A degree in Biology from KWU can lead you to further study of living organisms such as animals, plants, humans and even bacteria, with further studies at the graduate level possible to learn about the treatment of diseases and ways to protect and sustain the natural environment.

Healthcare is another good field for biologists. With further studies, Biology majors may pursue a challenging careers like veterinarian, medical doctor, nurse, physician’s assistant, dentist or other healthcare professional.

The study of living creatures is another possibility, with careers in marine biology, zoology, conservation, ecology and environmental management. You might consider becoming a science teacher at the high school or college level, or joining the ranks of zookeepers, animal behaviorists, wildlife rehabilitators, fishery experts or wildlife biologists.

 

Biology Four-Year Plan

View and download the four-year plan for a Biology degree at KWU.