Biology is an exciting field centered on the study of the living world. Unique opportunities at Bethany include our cadaver dissection course and a wealth of options for field research.
Bethany’s biology major is designed to prepare you for human, field, or cellular biology. Students receive valuable one-on-one time with supportive faculty members as they learn techniques used in biology and develop skills for their future careers. Read more.
Biology majors often enter these careers:
- Veterinary medicine
- Physical therapy
- Environmental education
- Wildlife management
- Plant science
- Lab technician
These guidelines can help you choose coursework:
Student & Alumni Profiles
Read our Biology student and alumni profiles to learn from others' experiences in our Biology program.
What sets us apart
Cadaver Dissection - This experience in human gross anatomy sets our students apart when applying to grad school.
Field Biology - Get involved with Hawk Watch or The Cobb River Project, a collaboration between Bethany and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Facilities - Check out the Meyer Hall of Science and Mathematics, a 53,000 square foot facility.