Biology

Biology (B.A.) is designed to acquaint students with the basic principles and branches of the biological sciences; to provide preparation for employment in industry, research, conservation, or health-related areas.

Biology (B.S.) is designed to acquaint students with the basic principles and branches of the biological sciences; to provide preparation for graduate study or employment in industry, research, conservation, or health-related areas.

Career Titles

Agronomist
Environmental Engineer
Marine Engineering Tech
Animal Scientist
Environmental Health
Marine Fisheries/Worker
Aquaculture Farmer
Environmental Protection
Marine Geologist
Ergonomist
Marine Sales
Aquarium & Museum
Fish Hatchery Tech
Aquarium Technician
Fisheries Conservation
Market Research Analyst
Aquatic Biologist
Medical Illustrator
Barrier Beach Mgr
Food Scientist-Tech
Medical Laboratory Tech
Bio-Engineer
Forester
Medical Librarian
Bio-Technologist
Genetic Eng. Research
Medical Technologist
Biochemist
Geographer
Meteorologist
Biometrician
Health Officer
Microbiologist

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Internships

Abingdon Primary Care - Holston Medical Group

First Assist Urgent Care Abingdon - MSHA

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services

Holston Medical Group

Pro1 Therapy Services

Department of Game and Inland Fisheries

Twin County Regional Health Care

Outpatient Rehabilitation

Margaret B. Mitchell Spay/Neuter Clinic

Accel Physical Therapy

Mountain States Health Alliance/Rehabilitation

Valley Health Care

American Chestnut Foundation

Lee Highway Animal Hospital

Abingdon Health and Rehab

Michael D. Doty, DDS, PC

William M. Handy, MD PC

Emory & Henry College Physical Therapy Program

Lutz Family Dentistry

Southwest Virginia Community Health Systems