You can learn from experts in fields from forest ecology to the molecular biology of neurodegenerative diseases in the biological sciences program. Study the basic life sciences of zoology, botany, microbiology, and biochemistry, as well as applied life sciences related to medical and veterinary sciences, such as anatomy and pharmacology. This program will prepare you for admission to professional schools and graduate work, as well as a career in laboratory or field work. Pursue an Associate of Science at the Lake Campus only, Bachelor of Arts, or Bachelor of Science undergraduate degree. The B.S. program includes an applied physiology concentration option. Or, you can add a minor to your existing major. Also, consider graduate work at Wright State, where you can earn a Master of Science degree.