Biology BS

Bachelor of Science in Biology

How do living things work and interact with the natural world? Majoring in Biology explores this question and helps you comprehensively learn about the vast and diverse world of living organisms. By pursuing this Bachelor of Science degree, you will gain understanding of the complex ecology of the world, along with the foundation to pursue further study in graduate school. The Biology program at Armstrong serves to equip you with the necessary knowledge and tools for careers in biological fields.

Industry Highlights

The median annual wage for biological technicians is $39,750.

- Bureau of Labor Statistics

Career Opportunities

  • Health Professions
  • Research
  • Conservation
  • Environmental Management
  • Public or Private Education
  • Entry-Level Work

Armstrong Edge

Current students take advantage of our fully-equipped labs, which house modern instrumentation that supports the biology curriculum. Internship opportunities in research, applied biology, medical professions and environmental education are also available at local laboratories.


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