Biology Careers & Internships
A challenging and invigorating biology curriculum prepares you for a successful career in healthcare, research, writing, education, public health or management.
Create Your Own Career Path
With an undergraduate biology degree, you can pursue entry-level positions such as a biological technician, botanist, marine biologist, microbiologist, science researcher, science teacher or zoologist. With advanced study, you could become a chiropractor, dentist, doctor or veterinarian.
Average starting salaries for biologists with a bachelor’s degree are $40,700, according to a 2013 National Association of Colleges and Employers survey.
Get Internship & Research Experience
Mount Mary faculty can help you find off-campus summer research opportunities and internships, as well as guide you through student-designed research projects on campus. Internships are not required for biology majors, but they are encouraged to allow you the opportunity to find out more about careers you’re interested in and make connections with biology professionals.
Mount Mary students have interned at:
- Food technology laboratories
- Milwaukee County Zoo
- Milwaukee Public Museum
- Research and development microbiology laboratories
- Veterinary clinics