The biology program is designed to provide a strong, broad background in biological sciences to students interested in education in the life sciences. The biology program integrates theoretical and practical courses in different aspects of the biology of animals, microbes, and plants.
- Program Overview
- Career Quick Facts: Biological Technicians*
- Career Quick Facts: Zoologists and Wildlife Biologists*
Job Title Examples
|Agronomist||Forest Products Engineer||Plant Physiologist|
|Animal Nutritionist||Forester||Range Manager|
|Animal Physiologist||Fruit & Vegetable Grower||Reproductive Physiologist|
|Animal/Plant Inspector||Geneticist||Research Director|
|Arborist||Herd Manager||Research Technician|
|Botanist||Irrigation Engineer||Soil Scientist|
|Climatologist||Lawn & Garden Center Manager||Statistician|
|College Professor||Marine Scientist||Teacher|
|Environmental Scientist||Molecular Biologist||Turf Specialist|
|Farmer/Rancher||Nursery Manager||Water Scientist|
|Fisheries Scientist||Nutritionist||Weed Scientist|
|Food Inspector||Parasitologist||Wildlife Biologist|
|Food Scientist/Technologist||Pest Control Specialist||Zoologist|
|Forensic Scientist||Plant Pathologist|
*The representation is sourced from the federal government’s Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). The website links are provided as a guide and do not represent a complete picture of a chosen career field or geographic area. To garner a thorough understanding of an industry of choice, researching multiple sources and speaking with professionals in the field is recommended.
Median salary data provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics is the median for all employed in the field and not entry-level salary.