A direct path to a bachelor’s degree
Are you interested in life sciences, medical school, laboratory technology, forensics, and studying organisms at the cellular level? If so, a biology degree could be the right fit for you and it's time to start looking at the right school, right here in Collin County. With so many options, a Bachelor of Arts in Biology is the first step of a bright future.
UNT at Frisco’s Bachelor of Arts in Biology creates opportunities for students to learn through research. Academic credit can also be earned for independent research projects. Additionally, research, collaboration and professional networking are available through a number of student organizations and honor societies such as the Beta Beta Beta Biological Honor Society and Alpha Epsilon Delta Health Pre Professional Honor Society
This program accepts credits from any accredited two-year or four-year institute of higher education. Credits earned from a community college in Texas fit especially well into this degree plan. This flexibility gives you the opportunity to change your degree plan without having to start over.
After you graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Biology, you will be prepared to enter the workforce in:
- Environmental Management and Conservation
- Higher Education
- Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical Sales, and Laboratory Technology
- Be prepared for Medical, Dental, Veterinary, or Graduate School
Learn how you can complete your junior and senior years at UNT at Frisco.
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Hands on Experience
UNT at Frisco has just built new, state-of-the art, biology labs at Inspire Park. Learn more about Inspire Park.