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Integrative Biology

A student working on a zoology degree reaches up to pet a towering elephant in an enclosure.

The bachelor of science degree in integrative biology provides students with an integrated foundation in biology and its underpinnings in chemistry, math, and physics. It prepares students for graduate and professional study and provide the skillsets necessary to enter the workforce.


Graduates with a bachelor of science in integrative biology pursue careers in a range of industries, excelling in jobs that demand deep knowledge of animal biology, research and ecology.

Alumni work at: 

  • Conservation agencies 
  • Federal, state and local agencies 
  • High schools and middle schools 
  • Museums
  • Research laboratories 
  • Wildlife management and preveterinary fields 
  • Zoos and aquariums

Alumni work as: 

  • Animal caretakers 
  • Biology assistants 
  • Computer specialists
  • Cytogenetic technicians 
  • High school and middle school teachers 
  • Park naturalists
  • Museum collections managers  

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