Biology Career Areas

A Bachelor of Science degree in biology qualifies graduates for positions as laboratory technicians or technical assistants in education, industry, government, museums, parks, zoos, and botanical gardens. A wider range of positions is available with post-graduate education and experience. Most teaching and research positions require the M.S. or Ph.D. Completion of the B.S. degree at Berry along with undergraduate research/internship experience prepares graduates for success in graduate and professional schools. Some career areas include the following:

Basic Sciences:

Anatomy/Morphology/Physiology
Aquatic and Marine Biology
Biochemistry and Biophysics
Systematics and Taxonomy
Cytology and Histology
Ecology and Environmental Science
Genetics
Molecular Biology
Paleontology
Marine Biology
And more...

Applied Sciences:

Agronomy
Biotechnology
Breeding
Horticulture/Forestry
Ethnobotany
Food Science
Medicine/Dentistry/Veterinary
Natural Resource Management
Plant Pathology Biochemical Prospecting
And more...