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  • What do you do with a Biology degree?

    Bio Degree 2 

    Wofford graduates who majored in biology are doing great things with their degrees. Recent graduates are working as:

    • Pediatripulmonologist at USCSM
    • Physcian at Family Healthcare Center (Laurens, SC)
    • Physical Therapist (SCORE Sports medicine and PT in NC
    • Nephrologist in Central Carolina Nephrology
    • Pediatric Nurse at MUSC
    • Resident in FP in Asheville
    • Resident in diagnostic radiology at U of CA
    • Intern at Palmetto Health Richland
    • Clinical rotation at GHS
    • 2- Practice Automation Consultant for Electronic Healthcare Systems
    • Shift Supervisor at Optical Experts Manufacturing
    • Law Clerk for Rogeis Townsend & Thomas
    • Registered Nurse at Emory University Hospital
    • Patient Coordinator at Complete Dental Care
    • Project Manager at Alexander Haas Martin & Partners, Inc.
    • Practice Administrator at Vein Specialists of the South
    • Rehab Technician/Nursing Assistant at Health South Rehab Institute of Tucson
    • Practice Automation Consultant for Electronic Healthcare Systems, Inc.
    • Medical school students pursuing a wide range of specialties
    • Biology Teacher
    • Deployed to Afghanistan
    • EMT
    • Intern at CIEE Research Station Bonaire
    • Medical Missions in Africa
    • Research Specialist with Cardiothoracic Translational Research Center
    • Teaching in China and South Korea 

    Being a biology major doesn’t mean that you have to go to medical school or that you are expected to enter a health care field, although many biology majors choose to take that route. The critical thinking, research, analytical, and organizational skills that you will develop as a biology major prepare you for a variety of careers as well as for success in graduate school.