B.S. in Biology
The Bachelor of Science in Biology degree is augmented with individual research and internships for successful postgraduate and professional careers. Examine traditional disciplines of botany, zoology and genetics as well as newer areas of study such as molecular biology, conservation and ecology. Students apply classroom lessons to work in the laboratory and field. A biology degree prepares students to compete in post-graduation professional programs and pursue careers in related fields.
Rance Kingfisher ’15, B.S. Biology: Environmental Conservation
“When I first started college all I thought about was how I was going to survive, get my diploma and start my life. As each semester went by I felt this was less and less the case, especially in the Environmental Conservation degree plan. Learning different aspects of wildlife and ecological systems and getting my hands dirty in some cases were some of the best parts of being a student here at Rogers State University.”