Wofford graduates who majored in biology are doing great things with their degrees. Recent graduates are working as:
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.
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The following are examples of careers that a major in biology will prepare you for:
*Please note that some of these careers require additional schooling beyond an undergraduate degree.