Go beyond the fundamentals for a career-focused biology degree.
Pursue your career in human or animal health care or laboratory research with a biology degree from SGU.
Our first-year core curriculum includes foundational science and math coursework to prepare you for more in-depth and specialized biological sciences in your chosen degree emphasis track. In addition to a comprehensive foundation leading to a bachelor’s degree in biology, you’ll develop research skills and laboratory techniques necessary to succeed in biological and biomedical careers.
Biology Emphasis Tracks
The bachelor’s degree in biology offers two emphasis tracks: one in general biology; and one in marine, wildlife, and conservation biology. Choose the track that aligns with your interests and career goals.
General Biology Track – Pursue careers in biomedical science or bioscience research.
Marine, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology Track – Pursue careers in veterinary medicine, animal husbandry, or conservation management.
Program Entry Requirements
To qualify for admission into a St. George’s University School of Arts and Sciences undergraduate degree program, you must meet the following requirements:
Caribbean or British education system students: Five General Proficiency Caribbean Secondary Examination Certificate (CSEC) or ordinary level passes, which should include both English language, mathematics, and at least one science subject (biology or chemistry preferred)
North American education model students: Complete 12 years of primary and secondary school education. Applicants are expected to have successfully completed science courses within their last two years of high school.
Students with an associate’s degree, CAPE, the International Baccalaureate, Advanced Levels, or equivalent may request an exemption from coursework.