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The biology major gives you knowledge and research skills for future studies and careers in science.
The biology high school education program prepares you for the State of Illinois Professional Educator’s License in High School (Secondary) Education.
The concentration in cell and molecular biology explores cells and molecules to give you an understanding of organisms’ structure and function.
The concentration in ecology and evolutionary biology explores how organisms interact with and adapt to their environments.
The concentration in medical technology prepares you for a career conducting tests in medical laboratories.
The biomedical science major equips you for careers in health professions with an emphasis on biological systems’ role in health.
The biomedical science concentration in pre-med prepares you for success in medical school or other post-graduate programs such dental school or physicians assistant programs.
The biomedical science concentration in veterinary science prepares you for a career in animal health.
The biomedical science concentration in research and development prepares you to be an innovator in the medical world.
The combined 4+1 master’s degree in biology is a 30-hour program that builds on your Bradley biology degree and research experience as an undergraduate.