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Department of Biology

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Bachelor of Arts in Biology

Biology is the study of life, and Nyack’s Biology majors have the opportunity to dissect and contribute to the vast body of scientific knowledge as they study and understand this ever-changing field.

Why Study Biology at Nyack?

Nyack College offers its students numerous opportunities to work closely with faculty who serve as mentors. Our program provides a solid foundation in the biological sciences and prepares students with both technical skills as well as communication skills. Biology students at Nyack have access to the following:

  • Small classes with a focus on active learning to develop critical thinking skills

  • Authentic research opportunities beginning freshman year

  • Cutting-edge laboratory research

  • Emerging technology

What Will I Study?

Our program provides a broad curriculum for students covering all aspects of life from molecular biology and genetics to ecology. Students have the opportunity to discover, name, and characterize new organisms through a cohesive laboratory research program. This work is presented at local, regional, and/or national conferences with opportunities to publish in research journals.

Career Opportunities

A degree in Biology provides diverse career opportunities for students, varying from preparation for graduate school and health profession programs to private sector jobs and jobs in various governmental agencies. Here are a few examples:

  • Conservation/fieldwork

  • Health professions

  • Lab technician

  • Science education

  • Scientific research

  • Technical sales

SPECIAL ACCREDITATION

Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools

STUDENT TESTIMONIAL

“The professors at Nyack possess great subject knowledge and research experience, and bring that to the classroom to produce a great learning environment. In addition, they all find ways to incorporate their faith into their classes. Studying at Nyack has really helped me to see that I can pursue my dream career and harmonize new research with my Christian faith.” Katherine Oldfield, Class of 2016