Biology allows you to match your purpose with a world of career possibilities. You might save lives through medicine and research, restore the health of the environment, or advocate for equitable public health. Why pursue a bachelors degree in biology at John Carroll? You will learn in small classroom groups and one-on-one laboratory and research settings. You will have 30-35 students in introductory courses, and 8-12 in your upper-level lab courses.
Research shows that science majors from smaller schools excel — in comparison to those at large public universities learning at factory scale. At John Carroll, you will be seen and heard by the same professors who will one day write critical medical and graduate school recommendations.