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The Applied Biology major provides a solid background in two primary concentrations: Environmental Biology, and Human Biology and Health Sciences. Each concentration trains students in critical thinking, scientific inquiry, and the application of science to societal issues.
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Students majoring in Applied Biology may not major in Biology or Zoology.
Students will take classes in-person at Hamilton and Middletown.
Curriculum and Courses
Coursework includes concrete, real-world examples, and exercises that illustrate how working professionals make use of biological information and techniques. Students earn a 10-hour Occupational Safety and Health Administration certification in their sophomore year and a 40-hour OSHA-Haxardous Waste Operation and Emergency Response certification in the senior seminar course. Opportunities to conduct research alongside faculty are available.
- BIO 115 Biological Concepts: Ecology, Evolution, Genetics, and Diversity
- BIO 314 Plant and Fungal Diversity
- BSC 313 Microbial Diversity
- BSC 321 Research in Applied Biology
- GLG 244 Oceanography
In addition to working as environmental and human biologists, graduates are prepared to attend professional schools in the health sciences, and for medical, dental, or pharmacy school.
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