How does the human body work? How do organisms interact? How did life come to be?
If you’re fascinated by complex questions such as these, pursue your biology degree from Post University. Take your first step toward a new career in biological science, health care, and biopharmaceutical industries or an advanced degree in medicine, veterinary science or pharmacy.
Program HighlightsAs a student in our biology degree program, you will design and conduct your experiments; develop your scientific and quantitative reasoning skills; collect and organize data for analysis; and hone your written and oral communication skills through lab reports and in-class presentations over many subspecialties of biology, including:
Following the core coursework, you will complete an independent study project or internship. There are many nearby research universities and industries for you to gain real-world experience in the field and biology jobs upon graduation.
At Post University, you won’t have to worry about getting lost in the crowd. We keep our class sizes small to encourage in-depth discussions and collaborative problem-solving. We also match you with a personal advisor, who will meet with you one-on-one to discuss your college-to-career path.
Life doesn’t slow down. If you’ve been exploring biology programs in Connecticut, now is the time to enroll at Post University. Contact us today to learn more about our personal, hands-on approach to science education.
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"At Post University, you never get lost in the crowd. Everyone here is treated like a star."
Jesse Perez, Class of 2016
"I am grateful to have been a part of Post’s Honors Program. The small class sizes and culturally enriched trips opens students up to a different side of learning."
Eryca Baez, Class of 2015
"I knew the second I got accepted that I wanted to attend Post. It was a great four years. I put a lot into my time there and I got a lot in return."
Alicia Mala, Class of 2013