Get your feet wet
Whether you're up to your knees in the streams right next to campus or deep in the rainforests of Costa Rica, our diverse courses emphasize hands-on learning. You can study Neurobiology, Tropical Ecology, Animal Behavior, Genetics, Evolution and more. And you can get involved with faculty in their active research programs during both the academic year and the summer.
Not just lab work
Experience matters at Saint Michael's. As a biology major, you'll spend plenty of time in the lab, but for starters you might also:
- Intern with the Vermont State Medical Examiner's Office or the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
- Conduct and present professional-level research on aquatic biology, or genetics and evolution, to name just a few subjects
- Prepare for graduate schools in areas such as medicine, dentistry, other healthcare professions, and M.S. or Ph.D. programs in a variety of other fields of biology
At Saint Michael's, you can study Pre-Health, Conservation Biology, Cellular and Molecular Biology, or Biology Education. You can also create your own selection of biology courses.