Biology Graduate Work and Occupations

A degree in biology can lead to opportunities in many challenging fields like medicine, teaching, research, industry, museums, park and wildlife management, environmental education, conservation, and the health sciences. The job market is large and opportunities are diverse.

With the ability to double major in other fields you can choose from a variety of career plans ranging from physician, physician assistant, physical therapist, occupational therapist, medical technologist, educator, lab technician, or graduate school in biology related fields. Many students also work in science after graduating, and over 85% of our graduates are involved in biology-related careers.

Biology Degree 2009 – 2014 with Advanced Degrees  (updated 14 Nov 2014)

Based on 66 graduates

Name

Class

Occupation

Aaron Robertson

2009

Physician

Thomas Campbell

2009

Podiatrist

Arlene Parsons

2009

Physician

Jessica Dirks

2009

Physical Therapist

Katie Nagel

2010

Dentist

Ashlee Pingel

2010

Physician Assistant

Terra VanBuren

2010

Physician Assistant

Matthew Hakeman

2010

Masters of Business

Erin DeBerry

2011

Physician Assistant

Jacob Cram

2011

Chiropractor

Namaro Kone

2012

Pharmacy School

Kathryn Jansa

2012

Physical Therapy School

Michael Casella

2012

M.S. in Public Health

Ian Ster

2012

M.S. Biology School

Benjamin Reinhart

2012

M.S. in Biomedicine/Applying to Medical School

Samantha Frost

2013

M.S. in Biomedicine/Applying to Physician Assistant School

Taylor Helms

2013

Physical Therapy School

Allison Roe

2014

Physician School

Kelsey Kernan

2014

Pharmacy School

Erica Soppe

2014

Surgical Assistant Program

Meghan Nelson

2014

Dental School

Megan Timm

2014

Dental School

Brady Gerber

2014

Physician Assistant School

Aaron Lacy

2014

Medical School