Aquatic Biology focuses on the study of aquatic organisms and their relationships with the environments they inhabit.
Wildlife biologists utilize an understanding of ecology, natural history, wildlife management, and human demands to maintain wildlife populations.
Biology is the study of living things and encompasses every aspect of their existence from zygote to maturity.
Students are encouraged to do undergraduate research if they plan on being a research scientist, working in a laboratory, or attending medical school.
From bacteria and archaea, to viruses.... learn about the different types of microorganisms and their biology.
This degree includes many of the courses required for the B.S. in Biology, but adds professional development, classroom preparation, and student teaching courses.