You could read a textbook about plant and animal discoveries, but why not make discoveries of your own? In the biology program at Salisbury University, you’ll have many opportunities for undergraduate research both in the field and in our state-of-the-art facilities.
Why Choose Biology at SU?
Unlike many other universities, you have the opportunity at SU to conduct scientific research in your freshman year and even present your findings at local, regional and national conferences. Research is an increasingly important element in undergraduate education, and your strong record of it will allow graduate and professional schools, as well as employers, to discover you.
Our weekly seminars also keep you up to date with current research being conducted by scientists at other institutions and are great for making connections for postgraduate studies. Specialized advising is provided for students who intend to pursue postgraduate work in medical professions, teaching or graduate school.
Graduates of our program are broadly trained biologists, and they possess the knowledge and skills vital for postgraduate studies and future employment. The field is open for our biology majors, but you could go on to become one of the following:
- Field Biologist
- Laboratory Research Biologist
Faculty with Real-World Experience
Our faculty has embraced the concept of student-centered teaching and encourages student participation at science meetings.
At SU, students may complete the biology major in one of six unique ways to take their knowledge into the field. Our tracks prepare students for a variety of disciplines within biology, including medical, veterinary, pharmacy and other health professions, genetic engineering, ecology, earth sciences and more.