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Congratulations to Keaton Russo.  He has been accepted into dental school at the University of Houston.

Congratulation to Dr. Cara Crane Garvin.  Graduating from the Oklahoma State University Vet School in May.  Passed her board exam!

Congratulations upon Graduation!  Receiving Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology on December 17, 2022.  August: Naomi Ekube Tekleab #: December: Dustin W. Crosby #, Jb De Paz, Jilian Brooke Ellis #, Cassidy Groaning, Carly Elizabeth Hans, Ariell Gabrielle Hopkins #^, Jessie Ray Hughes Jr., Kheidyvel Stefany Ibarra Pozo, Yahra Lessly Martinez, Brianna Nicole Montalvo #, Trinity Alexis Rouse, Gracie Elizabeth Smith #
# GPA honors
^ Honors Program


Two TAMUT biology grads earn PhDs.  Drs. Sarah Ingram and Jessica Proulx recently received their degrees from TAMU and UNT Health Science Center respectively.  Sarah received her degree from the Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Genetics. Jessica received her degree from the Department of Cell Biology, Immunology, and Genetics.  Congratulations to both!

Med School.  TAMUT biology grad Ms. Roya Morakabian is now in her first semester of Med School at Wright State University.

Acceptance to professional schools.  Mr. John Melde has been accepted to UT Southwestern Medical School and Mr. Ramon Hernandez has been accepted to the PA program at Mary-Hardin Baylor University.  Congratulations to both!

Biology is the science that seeks to understand life on every level, from a strong molecular foundation up through genes, cells, tissues, organisms and beyond, to the way organisms interact in an ecosystem.  We study the living world - how it changes through the process of evolution, and how living things respond to the changing climate.

The Bachelor of Science in Biology degree offers concentrations in chemistry, environmental sciences, and pre-health sciences programs. A minor in chemistry is also offered, as well as teaching certifications with a focus in science education. There is also a graduate education program with a focus in science education.

A&M-Texarkana Biology graduates can pursue advanced studies in biology, medicine, law, journalism, and business, while others may go on to hold positions in environmental science, instructional positions, industrial or governmental research labs, biochemistry, food science, or pharmaceuticals.

Bachelor of Science in Biology

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Biology with Environmental Science Minor

Biology with Pre-Health Minor

Biology with Chemistry Minor

Bachelor of Science in Biology (4-8 Certification)

Bachelor of Science in Biology (7-12 Certification) Composite Science

Bachelor of Science in Biology (7-12 Certification) Life Science

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Biology students find freshwater jellyfish in local lake.

More information about this critter.
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