What Can I Do With A Major In Biology

A Bachelor’s degree will qualify one for work as a laboratory assistant, technician, technologist, or research assistant in education, industry, government, museums, parks, and gardens. Master’s degrees allow for more opportunities in research and administration. The biological sciences are good preparation for a career in healthcare such as medicine, dentistry, and veterinary science, but professional degrees and licenses are also necessary to practice in these fields.

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Anesthesiologist (MD)
Animal Breeder
Animal Scientist
Aquarium Curator
Biochemist
Biological Technician
Biologist
Biology Professor
Biomedical Engineer
Biophysicist
Biopsychologist
Botanist
Cardiologist (MD)
Clinical Dietitian
Cytologist
Dentist (DDS)
Dietitian and Nutritionist
Environmental Disease Analyst
Epidemiologists
Family Practitioner (MD)
Forensic Science Technicians
Geneticist
Hazardous Waste Analyst
Horticulturist
Industrial Waste Inspector
Marine and Aquatic Biologist
Medical Technologist
Microbiologist
Obstetrician (MD)
Oceanographer
Optometrist
Park Naturalist
Pathologist (MD)
Pharmacist
Pharmacologist
Physician Assistant (PA)
Sales Rep.(Chemicals, Drugs)
Soil Scientist
Toxicologist
Veterinarian (VMD)

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