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» B.S. in Biological Sciences

The B.S. in Biological Sciences provides a strong foundation in biological sciences.  65% of students enroll in graduate programs within three years of graduating with their B.S. 

Much like with Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, the Schmid College of Science and Technology offers bridge programs for undergraduates studying Biological Sciences to also continue in a master’s program in either Food Science or Computational and Data Sciences.

You may also want to look further into the School of Pharmacy and what it has to offer in terms of building upon your Biological foundation.

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