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Biological science is one of the broadest and most important subjects in the world today. Put simply, biology is the study of life. Biology encompasses everything from the molecular study of life processes right up to the study of animal and plant communities. Read on for advice on where your biology degree could take you, and download our guide on how to find a job after university for more advice. 

With the study of life being so broad, it stands to reason that biology degree graduates undertake similarly broad and wide-ranging careers. Depending on individual interests, biology careers can lead you on to study living organisms such as animals, plants, humans or even bacteria, to help develop biological knowledge and understanding of living processes for a number of different purposes, including treatment of disease and sustaining the natural environment.

Although further study isn’t necessary for a number of biology careers, many biology degree graduates choose to study at postgraduate level within a specialization or related field, in order to further their expertise and help career progression.

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Fall, Spring. Credit, four hours. Principles of genetics, evolution, and physiology with special reference to contemporary life situations. Intended for non-science majors. Four hours of lecture and one three-hour laboratory per week. This course does not fulfill requirements for medical and dental schools. Biology 120 is not open for students who have credit for Biology 141.

Fall. Credit, four hours.  Basic principles of botany. Emphasis on uses of plants by cultural groups worldwide. Includes medicine, food, materials, biotechnology, environmental issues, and more. Four hours of lecture and one three-hour laboratory per week. This course counts toward the environmental studies major. It does not fulfill requirements for the biology major.

Fall, Spring. Credit, five hours. No prerequisites; first-year placement required for entering fall semester. The study of cell structure and function including cellular metabolism, fundamentals of genetics, evolution, and population genetics. Emphasizes scientific inquiry. Four hours of lecture and one three-hour laboratory per week.

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Biological science is one of the broadest and most important subjects in the world today. Put simply, biology is the study of life. Biology encompasses everything from the molecular study of life processes right up to the study of animal and plant communities. Read on for advice on where your biology degree could take you, and download our guide on how to find a job after university for more advice. 

With the study of life being so broad, it stands to reason that biology degree graduates undertake similarly broad and wide-ranging careers. Depending on individual interests, biology careers can lead you on to study living organisms such as animals, plants, humans or even bacteria, to help develop biological knowledge and understanding of living processes for a number of different purposes, including treatment of disease and sustaining the natural environment.

Although further study isn’t necessary for a number of biology careers, many biology degree graduates choose to study at postgraduate level within a specialization or related field, in order to further their expertise and help career progression.

All content on this website, including dictionary, thesaurus, literature, geography, and other reference data is for informational purposes only. This information should not be considered complete, up to date, and is not intended to be used in place of a visit, consultation, or advice of a legal, medical, or any other professional.

Biological science is one of the broadest and most important subjects in the world today. Put simply, biology is the study of life. Biology encompasses everything from the molecular study of life processes right up to the study of animal and plant communities. Read on for advice on where your biology degree could take you, and download our guide on how to find a job after university for more advice. 

With the study of life being so broad, it stands to reason that biology degree graduates undertake similarly broad and wide-ranging careers. Depending on individual interests, biology careers can lead you on to study living organisms such as animals, plants, humans or even bacteria, to help develop biological knowledge and understanding of living processes for a number of different purposes, including treatment of disease and sustaining the natural environment.

Although further study isn’t necessary for a number of biology careers, many biology degree graduates choose to study at postgraduate level within a specialization or related field, in order to further their expertise and help career progression.

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Biological science is one of the broadest and most important subjects in the world today. Put simply, biology is the study of life. Biology encompasses everything from the molecular study of life processes right up to the study of animal and plant communities. Read on for advice on where your biology degree could take you, and download our guide on how to find a job after university for more advice. 

With the study of life being so broad, it stands to reason that biology degree graduates undertake similarly broad and wide-ranging careers. Depending on individual interests, biology careers can lead you on to study living organisms such as animals, plants, humans or even bacteria, to help develop biological knowledge and understanding of living processes for a number of different purposes, including treatment of disease and sustaining the natural environment.

Although further study isn’t necessary for a number of biology careers, many biology degree graduates choose to study at postgraduate level within a specialization or related field, in order to further their expertise and help career progression.

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