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Most First-Year students are not sure what they will use their biology degree for when they begin their studies, however as they learn more detailed biology, their area of interest usually becomes apparent. Graduates of the Biology and Genetic and Biotechnology degree programs are well prepared in both theory and practical skills to be competitive in pursuing their career of choice. There are many possibilities for biology careers. Use the links below to investigate: 

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Neurogen Corporation Protein Science
Curagen Corporations U.S. Surgical
Bristol Meyers Squibb The Institute for Pharmaceutical Discover
Genaissance Pharmaceuticals Yale University School of Medicine
Pfizer Global Research  

Graduate School

The University of New Haven Biology undergraduate program provides a strong foundation for pursuit of graduate and professional degrees. Students who successfully complete any of the biology concentrations are well-qualified for admission to graduate study. Students who complete the pre-professional track but decide not to pursue a medical, dental or veterinary degree are highly qualified to enter the workforce in one of many technically-oriented research, health, or life-science-related fields.

Recent Graduate School Placements

University of Connecticut School of Medicine Georgetown University
Ohio State University Tufts University School of Medicine
Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine University of Tennessee School of Veterinary Medicine

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