A Closer Look at Biology Studies at Scranton

By: Alison D’Mello ’22, student correspondent

A degree in biology prepares graduates for a broad range of professions in fields such as health sciences, environmental science and policy, education and technology.

In anticipation of students’ post-grad pursuits, The University of Scranton’s Bachelor of Science in Biology meets most of the course requirements for health professional graduate programs such as medical, dental and veterinary. Scranton’s medical school acceptance rate is consistently above the national average, averaging nearly 80 percent for the last 20 years. Recent graduates have been admitted into leading medical schools including Weill Medical College of Cornell University, Jefferson Medical College, the University of Connecticut and the University of New Hampshire, among others.

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