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So what are you supposed to do after graduation? With the education you have received from Hope your opportunities can be endless if you are willing to put in the time and effort to make it happen.
Students who successfully complete the required courses will have a good background in all of the major fields in biology and should be prepared for standardized tests such as the Graduate Record Exam in Biology, the Biology portion of the Medical and Dental Schools Admission Tests, and the Michigan Certification Test in Biology.
Careers in Biology
The Hope Biology department has produced successful biologists who are now engaged in careers ranging from the biomedical sciences to forestry, from dentistry to dolphin training, and agricultural pest management to pharmaceutical development...and much more!
To learn more about careers in biology from Allied Health Professions to Zoo research, talk to your profs, visit the Office of Career Services & Planning at Hope, attend campus career and academic advising sessions (watch for those offered once each semester for biology students – these are just for you!), and explore the AIBS website for even more help - The AIBS website also maintains job and internship listings.
What the 2008 Graduates with Biology Majors will be doing this fall:
A total of 27 biology grads are going on to further education – that's 63%!
Where are they going this fall?
We believe that students learn best by doing biology so it is equally important that we provide new and interesting ways for you to do exactly that. The programs below are only available at Hope College, so you won't find these anywhere else.
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