Whether discussing a diagnosis from a doctor, investing in a biotechnology firm or debating science policies, the biological sciences impact everyone’s lives. By adding a minor in biology to your degree program at Post University, you can become a more informed citizen and tailor your career toward industries in the biological and health care fields.
Program HighlightsThrough lectures and hands-on labs at our Connecticut campus, the minor in biology gives you a solid foundation in the essential concepts of biological sciences and the process of scientific investigation. For a total of 15 credit hours, your biology courses include:
We keep each biology class and lab small to encourage in-depth discussions and collaborative problem-solving. This, combined with one-on-one guidance from our experienced faculty and staff, ensures you don’t get lost in the crowd.
At Post University, a highly supportive and personal approach to education is built into our DNA. We want to see you succeed, and we are always available to answer any questions you may have or help you overcome any challenges you may face.
Contact Post University if you’re interested in enhancing your skills and specializing your degree. Reach out to an academic advisor today to learn more about adding a biology minor to our Environmental Science, Sociology or another one of our degree programs.
The university reserves the right to change or update the curriculum at any time. The university will notify students of any changes officially through the university website.
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