You have a natural curiosity and an ambition to know how everything works. You’re drawn to biology not only because you want to study the building blocks of life, but you also know it’s a versatile field that can lead to many exciting career paths in the sciences. A Bachelor of Science from Post University can get you on your way to a variety of opportunities in the field of science and the healthcare industry.
Core courses in the program give you a broad-based, integrated and challenging curriculum in the biological sciences in both the laboratory and field settings. After you complete your core courses, you’ll choose from a variety of upper-level elective courses in anatomy and physiology, ecology, botany, microbiology, biochemistry, inorganic and organic chemistry, cell biology, genetics, zoology, cancer biology, and pharmacology.
In our B.S. in Biology degree program, you’ll:
Design and conduct experiments, and develop your scientific and quantitative reasoning skills
Be introduced to molecular biology, microbiology, genetics, botany, anatomy, physiology, zoology and ecology
Graduate with the foundation necessary for careers in the biological sciences, healthcare, and biopharmaceutical industries, and be ready to pursue advanced degrees at graduate and professional schools
Students in the Bachelor of Science in Biology degree program study the evolution, structure, and function of life. They are introduced to many subspecialties of Biology, including: molecular biology, microbiology, genetics, botany, anatomy, physiology, zoology and ecology. Students get directly involved in the act of scientific investigation and discovery by designing and conducting their own experiments, and developing their scientific and quantitative reasoning skills. Students learn how to collect and organize data for analysis and hone their written and oral communication skills through lab reports and in-class presentations on their findings. Through coursework, students will gain core mastery in the areas of cell biology, molecular biology, genetics, organismal biology, ecology and evolution.
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