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Welcome to the Department of Biology at Western Kentucky University
The opportunities in the Biology Department truly embody the vision of WKU as “A Leading American University with International Reach.” Our reach is firmly rooted in teaching excellence with the integration of experiential learning through laboratory and field based research in our curricula. Furthermore, our reach extends from our campus laboratories, to our local field sites including the 1300 acre Upper Green River Biological Preserve, all the way to the Caribbean, China, and Africa. From studies on microbes to megafauna, and genes to ecosystems, undergraduate and graduate students play an active role in the advancement of knowledge taking place in the Department of Biology at WKU. For our majors, exploration begins with an introductory sequence and leads to specialty courses, internships, and research opportunities. Many students from the University Honors College major in biology because of the high quality education and the numerous enticing career prospects. Our graduate program offers thesis and non-thesis options for the Master of Science degree. Undergraduates go on to medical, dental, veterinary, or other professional programs, graduate school, or directly enter the workforce. Graduate students continue for their Ph.D. or other professional degrees, or find employment in industry, NGOs, or governmental agencies. Our department has a diverse array of faculty to satisfy the needs of a wide range of student interests; we provide a friendly, personal touch to the intellectual growth of our undergraduate and graduate students.
Please browse through our webpages for more information, and contact us with any questions. We look forward to you joining us in the Biology Department at WKU!
Bruce A. Schulte
Biology Advising Super Session Dates:
Wed. March 18th at 4:30 pm in Snell Hall 2113
Tues. March 24th at 5pm in Snell Hall 1108
Mon. March 30th at 4:30pm in Snell Hall 2113
Thurs. April 2nd at 5pm in Snell Hall 2113
Fri. April 10th at 8 am in TCCW 308
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