All Undergraduate Biology majors are required to specify what area of concentration their degree will be in. Currently there are six areas in which students can choose to study. All of the areas of concentration are special designed for students interested in pursuing graduate education or research careers in the specific areas. My Osprey Map is a sequence guide to help students schedule their classes each semester until graduation.
My Osprey Map
This track is designed to provide a broad background in biology with a special emphasis on preparing students for careers in the medical and veterinary sciences. The biomedical track provides all the prerequisites for entry in more medical, veterinary, dental, physician's assistant, pharmacy, chiropractic, optometry and podiatric schools.
Program of Study for Biomedical Sciences concentration
This track is designed to provide a board background in biology with a special emphasis on the inner workings of the cell.
This track is currently being developed to provide students with the necessary didactic coursework and clinical internship experience towards certification and licensing in Medical Lab Sciences. Entry will be limited to students who have fulfilled the necessary prerequisites, completed an application and have been approved through an interview process.
Program of Study for Medical Lab Sciences Concentration
This track is designed to provide a broad background with a special emphasis on the biology of coastal organisms and ecosystems.
Program of Study for Coastal Biology concentration
This track is designed to prepare students for entry into positions with government and environmental agencies specializing in environmental work.
Program of Study for Coastal Environmental Science concentration
This track is designed to provide a broad background in biology with a special emphasis on the ecological and ecology of organisms.
Program of Study for Ecology and Evolutionary Biology concentration
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