Program Type: Undergraduate
Department: Biological Sciences
Receiving the B.A. or B.S. degree in biological sciences can lead to a variety of careers including laboratory and field research, medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, pharmacy, physical therapy, teaching, forensics, and many others. While undergraduate instruction is our primary focus, the department also places great emphasis on undergraduate research. In fact, undergraduate research has become one of the defining characteristics of the department, and this has resulted in a large number of students working with faculty members on research projects.
Graduating Year: 2015
Education: B.S. Biological Sciences, Cellular/Molecular/Genetics Track
Career: Research Scientist
Necessary Job Skills: Scientific thinking, teamwork, creative problem solving.
Career Path: Undergraduate researcher while at NKU, obtained PhD in biomedical sciences, now principal scientific researcher.
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