Biology majors at Rhode Island College complete a stimulating and challenging program including a minimum of eight biology courses, four chemistry courses, and two physics courses. The program provides students with a basic understanding of the scope of the biological sciences, first hand experience with a range of laboratory skills, and opportunities for focused research experiences. Our graduates have been highly successful in a wide range of career paths such as: medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, optometry, physical therapy, pharmacy, public health, education, medical research, biotechnology, environmental science, and industrial research.
If you are interested in becoming a biology major, please contact
Dr. Daniel Hewins for more information.