Graduates from the Bio-medical Science program may contribute to society in the area of health maintenance and is good preparation for students intending to develop research careers in the medical and biological sciences.
Students interested in studying plants in their natural setting and in the laboratory should consider this career track. Faculty has expertise in mycology and lichenology, which allows for students to focus on these aspects within this concentration.
The Ecology concentration is intended for students interested in the interaction of organisms with their natural environment, and the effects of human populations on those ecosystems.
Students interested in pursuing an organismal approach to the study of animals should follow the Zoology career track.