What Can I Do With a Major In Biology?
UGA Specific Information for Biology
Biology encompasses the study of all living organisms, including microbes, plants, and animals. The study of biology includes various aspects of life, including basic organization (molecular, cellular, tissues, organs), how organisms function, their roles in the natural environment, how hereditary information is transferred, and development of biotechnology. Biology graduates are broadly trained and well prepared for admission into strong graduate programs in the biological sciences and professional schools (medical, dental, and veterinary). They may also directly assume positions in government, education, industry, or certain technical fields
Class of 2022 Career Outcomes for Biology*
** Includes Self-Employed
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POSSIBLE CAREER PATHS IN BIOLOGY
Taken from American Institute for Biological Sciences
Research: Research biologists study the natural world, using the latest scientific tools and techniques in both laboratory settings and the natural environment, to understand how living systems work. Many work in exotic locations around the world, and what they discover increases our understanding of biology and may be put to practical use to find solutions to specific problems. Learn more about how biological research helps to inform societal issues on the AIBS Website actionbioscience.org. Learn more about the wide variety of research interests by visiting the websites of AIBS Member Societies and Organizations.
Health care: Biologists may develop public health campaigns to defeat illnesses such as tuberculosis, AIDS, cancer, and heart disease. Others work to prevent the spread of rare, deadly diseases, such as the now infamous Ebola virus. Veterinarians tend to sick and injured animals, and doctors, dentists, nurses, and other health care professionals maintain the general health and well being of their patients. Many of these careers require additional education and training past undergraduate college, but these positions are usually in high demand both in the US and abroad. Additionally, biologists in the health care field can choose to work for organizations like the Peace Corps and Doctors Without Borders, which help bring much-needed health care services to less developed and/or war-impacted regions.
Environmental management and conservation: Biologists in management and conservation careers are interested in solving environmental problems and conserving the natural world for future generations. Park rangers protect state and national parks, help preserve their natural resources, and educate the general public. Zoo and aquarium biologists carry out endangered species recovery programs and serve as a vital education conduit to the general public. In addition, management and conservation biologists often work with members of a community such as landowners and special interest groups to develop and implement management plans. Other potential employment opportunities may exist with state/federal natural resource agencies, not-for-profit conservation organizations, private ecological consulting firms, or wildlife rehabilitation centers.
Education: Life science educators enjoy working with people and encouraging them to learn new things, whether in a classroom, a research lab, the field, or a museum. You can gain insight into what biology education professionals are working toward and achieving by visiting the AIBS Education Programs Office, where you will find updates on institutional reform efforts, information on new and exciting ways of teaching biological concepts, and novel resources for biology classroom education. You can also learn about how biology professionals are connecting with each other to advance the public understanding of science by visiting the COPUS website.
Colleges and universities: Professors and lecturers teach introductory and advanced biology courses. They may also mentor students with projects and direct research programs. Many biology faculty at colleges and universities engage in their own research and serve as reviewers or editors for scientific journal publications, members of working groups and advisory boards, and as part of research collaborations with scientists from other institutions.
Primary and secondary schools: Teaching younger students requires a general knowledge of science and skill at working with different kinds of learners. High school teachers often specialize in biology and teach other courses of personal interest. There is a high demand for educators that are trained in biological sciences and have strong backgrounds in K-12 education, classroom management, and primary/secondary school administration.
Science museums, zoos, aquariums, parks, and nature centers: Educators in these settings may design exhibits and educational programs, in addition to teaching special classes or leading tours and nature hikes. Often, these professionals serve as an organization’s “front line” and are responsible for communicating complex biological information to the public, writing grant proposals to fund new programs and exhibits, and working with community partners to leverage resources and gain exposure on local and national levels.
Other directions in biological careers: There are many careers for biologists who want to combine their scientific training with interests in other fields. Here are some examples:
Biotechnology: Biologists apply scientific principles to develop and enhance products, tools, and technological advances in fields such as agriculture, food science, and medicine. Scientists in this field may work in genetic engineering, pharmaceutical development, or medical technologies (such as nanomedicine), or as a lab technician or technologist. You can learn more about biotechnology opportunities and issues by visiting actionbioscience.org Biotechnology and reading new articles, particularly those sponsored by the partnership between AIBS and the Northwest Association for Biomedical Research (NWABR).
Forensic science: Forensic biologists work with police departments and other law enforcement agencies using scientific methods to discover and process evidence that can be used to solve crimes. Biologists in forensic science often choose a specialty, such as forensic odontology, forensic anthropology, crime scene examination, or—with additional education and training—medical examiner.
Politics and policy: Science advisors work with lawmakers to create new legislation on topics such as biomedical research and environmental protection. Their input is essential, ensuring that decisions are based upon solid science. Professional biologists can serve as policy advocates for scientific organizations or non-profits, political advisors at the state or national level, or even as a representative serving on a political committee or working group. You can learn more about the interface between biology and politics by visiting the AIBS Public Policy Office, where you can find information on current legislative initiatives and how to advocate for science and research policy, as well as sign up to receive AIBS Action Alerts to help express your opinions on biology issues to political decisionmakers. You can also visit actionbioscience.org Science Policyfor detailed information about scientific collections, science education, and more.
Business and industry: Biologists work with drug companies and providers of scientific products and services to research and test new products. They may also work in sales, marketing, and public relations positions.
Economics: Trained professionals work with the government and other organizations to study and address the economic impacts of biological issues, such as species extinctions, forest protection, and environmental pollution. Biologists may also study the impacts of socio-economics on humans, environmental economics (an economic analysis of the environment with a focus on preserving natural capital), or ecological economics (the study of how human economies and natural ecosystems are linked in time and space).
Mathematics: Biologists in fields such as bioinformatics and computational biology apply mathematical techniques to solve biological problems, such as modeling ecosystem processes and gene sequencing. Mathematical and theoretical biology are two recent scientific fields that use mathematical representations and tools to both understand and model biological processes in other research areas, including cell biology, biotechnology, and ecosystem dynamics.
Science writing and communication: Journalists and writers with a science background inform the general public about relevant and emerging biological issues. Biologists with excellent writing and communication skills can be employed by high-profile journals—such as Nature and Science—as well as online magazines and science blogs or print/media networks (e.g., Discovery and National Geographic).
Art: All of the illustrations in your biology textbook, as well as in newspaper and magazine science articles, were created by talented artists with a thorough understanding of biology. Individuals in this field may be employed by magazines and journals (e.g., Scientific American), museums and aquaria, hospitals and medical training centers, or even state and local government agencies.
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- Careers, American Institute of Biological Science
- SCA – Internships; Gap Years (room/board/stipend)
- Environmental Jobs & Careers
- USAJobs.gov (job board for federal agencies - consider visiting the "Students and Recent Graduates" portal)
- Top USA Jobs.Com-Microbiology
- Georgia Bio Job Board (Atlanta-area biotechnology group offering networking events and career resources)
- Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities (CURO) at UGA
- UGA iPAWS Job Board for Full-Time Opportunities on Campus (click "Search Postings" and then explore "Staff-Full Benefits" and "Temporary" listings for research-related and other campus opportunities)
- American Institute of Biological Science
- American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
- The Ecological Society of America (ESA)
- American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG)
- National Society of Genetic Counselors
- American Society for Microbiology
- Society of Integrative & Comparative Biology
- O*NET (click on Find Occupations)
- Occupational Outlook Handbook (type in general term for career of interest)
- Career Insider: Vault Guides (under the "Resources" tab and select "Online Resources")
- Candid Career (view professionals speaking about their careers under the "Resources" tab and select "Online Resources")
- My Next Move (search careers with key words)
- ExploreHealthCareers.org (great overview of healthcare-related career fields)
- Join LinkedIn groups that are relevant to your career interests. To search, select "groups" & type in your keywords.
- Review the groups that professionals in your field of interest have joined & consider joining those as well.
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Employers/Position Title Reported by Class of 2022 Biology majors
The information below represents employers and position titles from the Class of 2022 Career Outcomes Survey. To view historical Career Outcomes for this major, click here and select "Historical Data" from the navigation menu.
|ABC Applied Behavioral Consulting||Behavior Technician||Accordia Urgent Care||Medical Technician||Ad Victoriam Solutions||Elevate Analyst||Advanced Circuitry International||Assistant Production Manager||ALS Tribology||Lab Tech||AMB Consultores, Soluciones Ambientales||Associate Environmental and Compliance Consultant||Anitox||Lab Tech||Astravenica||Protein Production Unit Technician||ATA Management||Assistant to Talent Manager||Athens Dental Associates||Dental Assistant||Athens Retina Center||Ophthalmic Assistant Intern||Athens Retina Center||Ophthalmic Assistant Intern||ATL Colorectal Surgery P.C.||Medical Assistant||Atlanta Dental Center||Dental Assistant||Atlanta VA Medical Center||Lab Technician||Augusta University||Research Assistant||Barbour Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine, PC||Medical Assistant||Bristol Myers Squibb||Worldwide Patient Safety Intern||Carolina Asthma & Allergy Center||Medical Office Assistant||CDx Diagnostics||Clinical Specialist||Cleaton Science Centers||Medical Assistant||Company Name Not Specified||Scribe||CORE (Community Organized Relief Effort)||Program Associate - CDC Testing Team||CR Bard||Area Sales Consultant||CrossLink/ Stryker Orthopaedics||Full Line Sales Associate||CyanVac LLC||Research Associate I||Department of Public Health||Environmental Health Specialist||DeWitt and Chisolm Family Medicine||Medical Assistant||Doctor Parrot||Research Professional/Lab Technician||Dr. Dale Duncan||Surgical Assistant||Dr. Vidya Krishnamurthy||Medical Assistant||Duluth Family Practice, LLC||Medical Receptionist||Elements Trade||Warehouse Manager||Emory University||Research Specialist||Emory University||Anesthesia Technician||Emory University||Patient Care Technician||Ethic Systems||Project Manager||Family Pet Hospital||Veterinary Technician||Flywheel||Market Development Specialist||Forsyth County Schools||Biology Teacher||Georgia Dental Laboratory Inc.||Dental Lab Technician Assistant||Georgia Gwinnett College||COVID-19 Contact Tracer||Goodman Dermatology, PC||Medical Assistant||Goodman Dermatology, PC||Medical Assistant||Goodman Dermatology, PC||Medical Assistant||Goodman Dermatology, PC||Medical Assistant||Grady County Schools||Physical Education Teacher||Gwinnett County Public Schools||Teacher||Habersham Medical Center||Patient Care Technician||Harbin Clinic||Medical Scribe||Harris Echols||Foreman||Hitachi Astemo||Quality Engineer Technician||Hope Family Medicine||Medical Assistant||Hopebridge Autism Therapy Center||Behavioral Health Technician||Indiana Health University||EMT||iNterra Networks||ServiceNow Administrator||Jacek Gaertig||Research Technician||Ketan Patel||Medical Assistant||KORE Wireless||Sales Development Representative||Legacy Dental||Dental Assistant||Marietta Eye Clinic||Ophthalmic Assistant||Marietta Eye Clinic||Ophthalmic Assistant||Medical University of South Carolina||Medical Scribe||Mercy Health Center||Dental Assistant||Mercy Internal Medicine at Emory||Medical Assistant||Miles Family Medicine||Medical Assistant||Montgomery County School District||Middle School Instructional Assistant||Nantucket Cottage Hospital||Certified Medical Assistant||National Institutes of Health||Postbaccalaureate IRTA Fellow||National Vision||Optometric Tech||Netflix||Storyboard Artist||Neunkirchen Nightmares||Semi-Professional Softball Player||NOAA||Communications Intern||North Atlanta Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery||Surgical Assistant||North Atlanta Vascular Clinic and Vein Center||Medical Assistant||Nucraft Dental Arts||Dental Laboratory Technician||Our Family Health Center||Medical Assistant||Peachtree Immediate Care||Medical Assistant||Physician Care Centers||Medical Assistant||Piedmont Healthcare||Emergency Room Technician||Piedmont Heart Institute||Medical Assistant||Progressive||Claims Adjuster||Proscribe||Assistant/Scribe||Qualio||Business Development Representative (Outbound)||Resurgens Orthopaedics||Medical Assistant||Resurgens Orthopaedics||Medical Assistant||Resurgens Orthopaedics||Medical Assistant||Resurgens Orthopaedics||Medical Assistant||Resurgens Orthopaedics||Medical Assistant||Resurgens Orthopaedics||Medical Assistant||Resurgens Orthopaedics||Certified Medical Assistant||Robin Healthcare||Medical Scribe||Sanus Medical||Intern||ScribeAmerica||Medical Scribe||Seaside Pediatrics||Certified Medical Assistant||Smithsonian Marine Station||Intern||St. Joseph's/Candler Hospital System||Medical Assistant||St. Mary’s Health System||Clinical Technician||Summit Spine & Joint Centers||Medical Assistant||Summit Spine & Joint Centers||Medical Assistant||Summit Spine & Joint Centers||Medical Assistant||Sunrise Detox||Chemical Dependency Technician||Team Rehabilitation||Rehabilitation Aid||The Sholes Center for Women's Health||Medical Assistant||The State of Georgia||Agricultural Compliance Specialist||The Urology Clinic||Medical Assistant||Thermo Fisher Scientific||Sales Development Representative||Thomas Eye Group||Ophthalmic Assistant Apprentice||United States Space Force||Space Operations Officer||University of Chicago||PREP Research Technician||University of Georgia||Research Assistant||University of Georgia||Dining Commons Assistant Manager||University of Georgia||Research Professional II||University of Georgia||Residence Hall Director||University of Georgia||Lab Animal Care Tech I at VPR-Animal Resources||University of Georgia||Lab Animal Care Tech I at VPR-Animal Resources||University of Georgia||Lab Manager||University of Houston||Research Assistant||Unum||Client Experience Representative 1||Unum||Associate Benefit Specialist||Veritas Collaborative||Tutor||Village Drug at Advantage||Pharmacy Technician||Walgreens||Pharmacy Technician||Yale University||Research Technician|
Graduate/Professional Schools attended by Class of 2022 Biology majors
The information below represents graduate/professional schools and programs reported through the Class of 2022 Career Outcomes Survey. To view historical Career Outcomes for this major, click here and select "Historical Data" from the navigation menu.
|Agnes Scott College||Pre-Medicine, Degree Not Specified||American University of The Caribbean||Medicine, MD||Athens Technical College||Interdisciplinary Studies, Degree Not Specified||Athens Technical College||Radiography, Degree Not Specified||Augusta University||Medicine, MD||Augusta University||Medicine, MD||Augusta University||Medicine, MD||Augusta University||Medicine, MD||Augusta University||Medicine, MD||Augusta University||Medicine, MD||Augusta University||Medicine, MD||Augusta University||Medicine, MD||Augusta University||Medicine, MD||Augusta University||Physician's Assistant, PA||Augusta University||Dental Medicine, DMD||Augusta University||Medicine, MD||Augusta University||Medicine, MD||Augusta University||Medicine, MD||Augusta University||Medicine, MD||Augusta University||Medicine, MD||Augusta University||Medicine, MD||Augusta University||Medicine, MD||Augusta University||Medicine, MD||Augusta University||Medicine, MD||Augusta University||Medicine, MD||Augusta University||Clinical Nurse Leader, MSN/CNL||Augusta University||Clinical Nurse Leader, MSN/CNL||Augusta University||Clinical Nurse Leader, MSN/CNL||Augusta University||Clinical Nurse Leader, MSN/CNL||Augusta University||Dental Medicine, DMD||Augusta University||Dental Medicine, DMD||Augusta University||Dental Medicine, DMD||Augusta University||Dental Medicine, DMD||Augusta University||Dental Medicine, DMD||Augusta University||Dental Medicine, DMD||Augusta University||Dental Medicine, DMD||Augusta University||Dental Medicine, DMD||Augusta University||Nursing, MSN||Augusta University||Medicine, MD||Augusta University||Medicine, MD||Augusta University||Medicine, MD||Augusta University||Medicine, MD||Augusta University||Medicine, MD||Augusta University||Medicine, MD||Barry University||Podiatric Medicine, Degree Not Specified||Baylor University||Program and Degree Not Specified||Central Michigan University||Program Not Specified, MBA||Clayton State University||Program and Degree Not Specified||Clemson University||Healthcare Genetics, Degree Not Specified||Dalton State College||Program and Degree Not Specified||Drexel University||Medicine, MD||Duke University||Program and Degree Not Specified||Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine - Auburn||Program and Degree Not Specified||Emory University||Nursing, MSN||Emory University||Nursing, MSN||Emory University||Physical Therapy, DPT||Emory University||Epidemiology, MPH||Emory University||Global Health and Infectious Diseases, MPH||Emory University||Medicine, MD||Emory University||Nurse Practitioner, MSN||Florida International University||Physical Therapy, DPT||Georgia College & State University||Secondary Teacher Education, Degree Not Specified||Georgia Gwinnett College||Nursing, BS||Georgia Highlands College||Health Professions, Degree Not Specified||Georgia Institute of Technology||Sustainability & Environmental Management, Master's||Georgia Military College||Program and Degree Not Specified||Georgia State University||Health Administration, Not Specified||Georgia State University||Program and Degree Not Specified||Georgia State University||Public Health, MPH||Gwinnett Technical College||EMS Professions, Degree Not Specified||Harvard University||Healthcare Management, MHCM||Kansas City University||Osteopathic Medicine, DO||Kennesaw State University||Nursing, BSN||Kennesaw State University||Nursing, BSN||Kennesaw State University||Nursing, BSN||Kennesaw State University||Nursing, BSN||Kennesaw State University||Software Engineering, Degree Not Specified||Lanier Technical College||EMS Professions, Degree Not Specified||Lanier Technical College||Medical Assisting, Degree Not Specified||Lanier Technical College||Medical Assisting, Degree Not Specified||Louisiana State University||Dental Medicine, DMD||Medical University of South Carolina||Medical Sciences, MS||Medical University of South Carolina||Medicine, MD||Mercer University||Healthcare Administration, MBA||Mercer University||Medicine, MD||Mercer University||Medicine, MD||Mercer University||Medicine, MD||Mercer University||Medicine, MD||Mercer University||Medicine, MD||Mercer University||Medicine, MD||Mercer University||Medicine, MD||Mercer University||Medicine, MD||Mercer University||Physician's Assistant, PA||Mercer University||Preclinical Sciences, MSPCS||Mercer University||Program Not Specified, MSN||Mercer University||Nursing, BSN||Michigan State University||Cellular Biology, PhD||Michigan State University||Osteopathic Medicine, Doctorate||Middle Georgia State University||Pre-Licensure, BSN||Nova Southeastern University||Health Professions Preparation, Degree Not Specified||Nova Southeastern University||Osteopathic Medicine, DO||Nova Southeastern University||Osteopathic Medicine, DO||Nova Southeastern University||Physician Assistant, MS||Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine||Osteopathic Medicine, DO||Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine Georgia||Osteopathic Medicine, DO||Philidelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine Georgia||Osteopathic Medicine, DO||Rosalind Franklin University||Pathologist's Assistant, MHS||Ross Medical School||Medicine, MD||Saint John's University||Physician Assistant, PA||South College||Physician Assistant, PA||South College||Physician Assistant, PA||South College||Physician Assistant, PA||Southern College of Optometry||Optometry, OD||Southern College of Optometry||Optometry, OD||St. James School of Medicine||Medicine, MD||Texas A&M University||Program and Degree Not Specified||Touro University||Dental Surgery, DDS||University At Buffalo||Medicine, MD||University of Alabama At Birmingham||Medicine, MD||University of Alabama At Birmingham||Optometry, OD||University of Alabama At Birmingham||Optometry, OD||University of Alabama at Birmingham||Dental Medicine, DMD||University of Alabama at Birmingham||Dental Medicine, DMD||University of Alaska Fairbanks||Oceanography, MS||University of Florida||Dental Medicine, DMD||University of Georgia||Epidemiology, MPH||University of Georgia||Veterinary Medicine, DVM||University of Georgia||Veterinary Medicine, DVM||University of Georgia||Veterinary Medicine, DVM||University of Georgia||Foods and Nutrition, Master's||University of Georgia||Pharmacy, PharmD||University of Georgia||Pharmacy, PharmD||University of Georgia||Business Administration, MBA||University of Georgia||Business Administration, MBA||University of Georgia||Business Administration, MBA||University of Georgia||Business Administration, MBA||University of Georgia||Art, Degree Not Specified||University of Georgia||Psychology, Degree Not Specified||University of Georgia||Public Administration, Master's||University of Georgia||Public Health, MPH||University of Georgia||Public Health, MPH||University of Georgia||Public Health, MPH||University of Georgia||Public Health, MPH||University of Georgia||Public Health, MPH||University of Georgia||Public Health, MPH||University of Georgia||Public Health, MPH||University of Georgia||Public Health, MPH||University of Georgia||Comparative Biomedical Sciences, Master's||University of Georgia||Science Education, Master's||University of Georgia||Comparative Biomedical Sciences, Master's||University of Georgia||Science Education, Master's||University of Georgia||Computer Science, BS||University of Georgia||Consumer Applied Analytics, MS||University of Georgia||Marine Sciences, Master's||University of Georgia||Public Health, MPH||University of Georgia||Public Health, MPH||University of Georgia||Veterinary Medicine, DVM||University of Georgia||Epidemiology, MPH||University of Georgia||Epidemiology, MPH||University of Illinois at Chicago||Program and Degree Not Specified||University of Miami||Marine Mammal Science Track, MPS||University of Minnesota at Twin Cities||Pharmacy, PharmD||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill||Pharmacy, PharmD||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill||Dental Surgery, DDS||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill||Medicine, MD||University of North Georgia||Interdisciplinary Studies, Not Specified||University of North Georgia||Physician's Assistant, PA||University of South Alabama||Medicine, MD||University of South Carolina at Greenville||Medicine, MD||University of South Florida||Medicine, MD||University of Tennessee- Knoxville||Medicine, MD||University of Texas At Houston||Program and Degree Not Specified||University of West Alabama Online||Science Comprehensive, Degree Not Specified||University of West Georgia||Instruct Tech Media Design, Degree Not Specified||Wake Forest University||Sustainability Studies, MA||Washington University In St Louis||Molecular Microbiology and Microbial, PhD|