Biology is a fundamental contributor to understanding how the world works. Those who study biology become equipped with the skills needed for a wide variety of careers including ones in research, health care, education and environmental professions.
St. Ambrose Biology students are trained to think like scientists by designing experiments and
generating data to answer thoughtful questions about the world around them.
Reason #1: The size and opportunities in St. Ambrose's cadaver lab is more akin to those available to first-year medical students at schools like the University of Iowa and Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine.
Biology courses, coupled with supporting course work in chemistry and statistics, provide an excellent foundation for entrance into the job market, or a number of different postgraduate professional programs or graduate-level research in any biological sub-discipline.