Gain Hands-On Experience
This degree's coursework focuses on topics such as the biology of microorganisms, immunology, virology, and more .Although this emphasis does not give students the depth that a degree in microbiology does, it will give students sufficient background and training to work in laboratories using basic microbiological techniques and to pursue further study in the field.
Quality Control Analyst
Quality control analysts use skills taught to understand and identify quality problems then recommend solutions. Quality control focuses on monitoring testing procedures to ensure that tests are performed according to established items standard testing.
Research Laboratory Technician
Using skills gained through this degree, students will be able to set up and operate laboratory equipment, prepare materials, perform experimental procedures, record data, and put into action planned research activities.
Public Health Microbiologist
Public health microbiologists examine specimens to track, control, and prevent diseases and other health hazards. They also provide services for local health departments and community health programs.
Getting Started in This Degree
If you are interested in Microbiology, start with one of the following major-specific courses:
Work mainly with fish and their ecosystem, this degree is perfect for those who have are fascinated by wildlife, especially fish. You will also learn the principles of fish management, marine biology, and other things related to fish.
In this degree, you will work mainly outdoors in collecting data and analyzing the effects of different things related to the range. This includes livestock, range ecosystem, and working with some aspects of wildlife.
Learn about wildlife and the systems that go into managing wildlife. Get more involved with understanding all the aspects of wildlife, like ecosystems and studying different groups of animals.