Graduate School - Biology
Many careers in biology require advanced degrees. Your adviser or an instructor is the best place to start to talk about graduate schools related to biology.
There are many specializations within biology and a variety of programs at the master's and doctoral levels. Talk with your adviser and other biology faculty about which specialty is best suited to your interests.
Some students pursue graduate training in fields that are very closely connected to biology (e.g., medicine or chemistry), and others pursue training in fields that are related, yet different (e.g., law and journalism).
Recent biology graduates report where they are continuing their education
Biology MS, Northern Michigan University
Natural Resources emphasis in Fisheries,University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
Doctor of Pharmacy, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Physician Assistant,UW-La Crosse
Masters in Public Health, University of Minnesota-School of Public Health
PHD Molecular Biosciences, Washington State University
Veterinary Medicine, University of Wisconsin-Madison SVM
Medicine, University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine
Allopathic Medicine, Medical College of WI
Dentistry, Marquette University School of Dentistry
Orthoptics Program, University of Minnesota
Dentistry, Marquette School of Dentistry
Chiropractic, Northwestern Health Science University
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