MEET BIOLOGY STUDENT SAMANTHA HUMISTON
The biology program at SUNY Polytechnic Institute provides an in-depth exploration of the breadth of the discipline through core courses while maintaining the flexibility to prepare for any pre-professional field or get ready for graduate studies through elective options. The program also provides the space for almost any minor offered by SUNY Poly.
Why SUNY Poly?
Courses are taught by full-time faculty who are dedicated to quality education through scholarship and research. The breadth of our faculty interests and experiences enable students to specialize in specialties such as genetics, evolutionary biology, ecology, physiology, biochemistry, and organic chemistry. Class sizes are small to ensure personalized attention so students get the most out of their education at SUNY Poly. Your classes will always be taught by faculty, not by teaching assistants.
Our facilities include a number of well-equipped laboratories, and the SUNY Poly campus includes hundreds of acres of forest and wildflower areas. In addition, SUNY Poly is close to diverse ecosystems such as the Utica Marsh, Rome sand plains, and the Adirondack Mountains.
A Bachelor of Science in Biology from SUNY Poly, fully accredited through MSCHE, prepares students for a variety of exciting careers. With a B.S. in Biology, you can go on to any medical specialty programs, such as:
- Medicine (MD or DO)
- Physician Assistant
- Physical Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
You can also go on to graduate school, or work in fields such as the following:
- Research Laboratories
- Botanical Gardens/Arboretums
- Pharmaceutical Companies
- Computational Biology Firms
- Biotechnology Companies
- US Fish and Wildlife Service
- US Department of Agriculture
- Food production and safety
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