Biology is a broad field that can lead to many different career paths, including education, zoology, health professions, ecology, biotechnology, microbiology, botany, and marine biology.
Why a Degree in Biology?
A generalist biology degree is primarily for future educators and students uncertain about which biology sub-discipline he or she would like to pursue. It provides a solid foundation for further study in a more specialized area.
Why Bay College?
Bay College offers students interested in Biology a few different degree options, as well as a variety of Biology courses. Visit our academic pages covering Pre-Professional Health, Molecular Biotechnology, and Natural Resources to learn about our specialized programs.
Jobs in Biology typically require a Bachelor degree or higher. Our Associate Degrees are an excellent place to start.
Associate in Science
Associate in Science in Pre-Professional Health
Associate in Science in Pre-Molecular Biotechnology
Associate in Science in Pre-Natural Resources
You can learn more about the expected job growth and types of positions in this field by going to the link below:
Bureau of Labor Statistics
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Check out the following site to learn more about careers in Biology: LearnHowToBecome.org