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"Living on campus is a life experience I have learned so much from. We eat together, watch TV together, study together, and do absolutely nothing together. When I go home for breaks, it's like I'm leaving my second family!"
- Jess Cutler, Class of '10, from FL

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What can you do with a St. Andrews Biology Degree?

A degree in biology from St. Andrews can prepare you for a wide variety of exciting careers in the field of health, including physician, veterinarian, pharmacist, and physical therapist.  Studying biology can also be the basis for a successful future in many other professions such as scientific research, environmental law, writing and publishing, education, and more.

St. Andrews biology students have gone on to graduate and perform professional studies at UNC Chapel Hill, North Carolina State, Wake Forest University, Louisiana State University, Clemson, Emory, Virginia Tech, Colorado State University, Eastern Virginia Medical School, University of Kentucky, UNC Wilmington, University of Wisconsin, and Walter Reed Army Hospital just to name a few.


Alumnus Matthew Lewis

Research assistant at the Institute for Genomic Research. "St. Andrews has given me a formidable scientific background. This foundation enables me to succeed in a hi-tech working environment where different experiences and a broad base of knowledge are to be drawn upon. And, the natural surroundings of the SAPC campus keep a biologist energized and excited about the natural world."

Career Opportunities

Allied Health Fields

Biotechnology Industries

Environmental Analysis

Medical School

Pharmacy School

Veterinary School

Wildlife Management



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