Graduating with a Biology Degree
- Click here to make an appointment with a career counselor.
- Click here to view the Career Center's page of resources for Biology majors.
- Completing a practicum or internship is a very important part of your professional development as an undergraduate-- this kind of experience often makes the difference between the recent college graduate who lands the job she wants and the one who doesn't. In addition to helping you explore possible careers and giving you valuable experience to put on your resume, completing a practicum or internship gives you an opportunity to cultivate professional references and network with possible employers. PSU will often give you academic credit for completing practica or internships. *Where can students get information about Biology internships? The Career Center can also help you find internship opportunities. Click here to search their job and internship database and click here to find a list of Biology Internships.
- Maybe you decided to major in Biology because you already have some idea of the career you want to pursue. If this is the case, make sure you have done your research and know whether you will need to go on to graduate school after completing your bachelor's degree. Many of the careers that Biology majors go into require a professional or academic degree, and admission to those programs can be quite competitive, so it's important that you know what you need to do over the next few years to be a successful applicant.