BIOLOGY

Sarah Reardon works with students during a biology class

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

Culver-Stockton’s biology program prepares students for active engagement with contemporary biological concepts. Students learn to utilize investigative techniques to resolve scientific problems and to pursue a variety of coursework aimed at providing a broad and balanced understanding of the scientific method in general and its application to biology specifically. The curriculum combines traditional lectures with hands-on experience in the laboratory, field and professional environments.

WHY MAJOR IN BIOLOGY?

Students who major in biological sciences are well prepared for a rigorous medical, dental or veterinary school curriculum, and graduates are highly sought after. Biology majors often have the opportunity to participate in world-class scientific research. Those who practice science in classrooms and labs learn how to be ethical in their research and experiments. Honesty is vital to being a scientist, and integrity is a must when it comes to reporting data. There is never a moment or a time when biology is not relative to who you are. Understanding biology means better knowing yourself and all of the many phenomena you experience on a daily basis.

BEYOND THE CLASSROOM

Student Run Clubs: Beta Beta Beta National Biology Honors Society
Professional Experience: Summer internships

AFTER C-SC

Graduates with a biology major will be prepared for graduate study with a future in research and academics, as well as professional careers in medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, physical therapy, occupational therapy, public health, professional school, teaching, chiropractic medicine, pharmacology, biotechnology, forensic science, nature conservation and ecology.

RESEARCH

Genomics Research Initiative is a research-based course sequence for students of any major that have an interest in authentic laboratory work.

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“Traveling to Belize and Guatemala I learned about different animal species and also immersed myself in a culture much different than my own.”
–Lei Alena Dagat ‘18
graduate student
A.T. Still University

AT A GLANCE

Can you minor in this program?
Yes

Emphasis within the major:
Biological Chemistry or science teaching certificate

QUICK LINKS

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Courses
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FOR MORE INFORMATION

Dr. M. Esa Seegulam
Assistant Professor of Biology
Phone: 573-288-6319
Email: msegulam@culver.edu

 

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