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Members of our Class of 2018 have gone on to positions such as researchers, field assistants, physical therapy aides, medical scribes, and science recruiters. One member of the class was awarded a prestigious Fulbright Fellowship/Research award and is currently working in Spain!

Other members of the class are pursuing graduate or professional degrees at institutions such as the Ohio University’s Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, the Penn State College of Medicine, the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine, the Ohio State University College of Dentistry, and the University of Michigan.

Experiential learning can improve career opportunities

You’ll have opportunities to engage the world during your studies. In field courses, you’ll study the biology of the Appalachian Mountains, California deserts, Costa Rican cloud forests, and Kansas grasslands.

Transformative experiences, such as the annual public health immersion trip to Honduras, place your knowledge in action and prepare you to be men and women for and with others.

What Can I do with this Major?

Biology graduates go on to a wide range of careers and professional schools after graduation.

Visit the JCU Career Center page to access resources that help you connect various career options with a biology major.