Are you interested in:
- How humans, other mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish, invertebrates, fungi, plants, protists, or bacteria work?
- How these organisms fit together in ecosystems?
- How we can enhance our beneficial uses of organisms?
- How we can improve human health?
- How we can improve environmental quality?
- Do you want to work indoors, work outdoors, work at the microscopic level, at the global level or at any level in between?
If so, Biology may be for you!
A degree in Biology is one of the more versatile degrees you can get. Here are a few of the Biology careers our program helps prepare you for:
Would you like to:
- Help protect the health of our communities?
Then consider a career as a Biomedical Scientist:
- Physician’s Assistant,
- Clinical Lab Technician,
- Public Health Officer,
- Help protect our natural heritage for future generations?
Then consider a career as an Ecologist:
- Fisheries and Wildlife Scientist,
- Endangered Species Specialist,
- Forest Manager,
- Ecosystems Scientist,
- Aquatic Ecologist,
- Marine Biologist,
- Land Use Planner.
- Help young people learn biology?
Then consider a career as a Classroom Teacher:
- Secondary Ed,
- Elementary Ed,
- College/University education.
- Help build public awareness of biology?
Then consider a career as an Informal Educator:
- Tech Writer/Illustrator
- Zoo/Nature Center Staffer
- Help unlock the secrets of how organisms develop, grow and live and how ecosystems operate?
Then consider a career as Research Scientist.
"LSSU's Biology program provide rigorous academics, extensive hands-on experience and professional development opportunities that create students who are highly qualified and competitive for jobs and graduate school positions."
Average Salary of Graduates (NACE)