Many students come to Carroll University with an interest in how the human body works. Students can select to major in biology or human biology to pursue those interests.
The Carroll has an entry-level clinical doctorate program in physical therapy and also offers a program in clinical laboratory sciences/medical technology in conjunction with UW-Milwaukee.
For those interested in the biology of animals, plants, and the environment, Carroll also offers a variety of options. The biology and human biology program supports emphases in pre-veterinary science and in animal behavior, as well as a major in marine biology offered in conjunction with Hawaii Pacific University.
The institution owns the 60-acre Howard T. Green Scientific Field Station near campus that serves as an outdoor classroom and laboratory for biology students.
Here's what a few of our graduates are doing:
Flight surgeon, U.S. Navy; Chief of staff, Veterans Hospital, Milwaukee; Environmental/safety engineer, Cooper Industries Foundation; Assistant director of cancer diagnosis, The Blood Center of Southeast Wisconsin; Volunteer-science education, Peace Corps, Kenya; Veterinary school student, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Dental school student, Marquette University; Medical technologist, SmithKline Beecham Clinic Labs; Pediatrician, Children's Medical Group; Supervisory park ranger, Acadia National Park; Director, Arizona Cancer Center
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