Biology Majors & Minors


Biology Minors


Internships

Internships are not required. Students may obtain academic credit for participating in a practical learning experience outside Campbell University but often simply choose to gain work experience to strengthen their resumes for post-graduate studies and full-time employment. If the internship is for academic credit, the experience must address a biology-related problem, involve college-level work, and have a component of active, hands-on activity. Up to six (6) upper-level academic credits may be earned in this way.

Recent examples of the varied experiences gained by students in the Department of Biological Sciences include internships at:

  • Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) and paramedics training/experience
  • GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) Women in Science program
  • Museum of Natural Sciences (Raleigh, NC)
  • NC Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores
  • Northwest Georgia Science Museum
  • SeaWorld
  • South African Shark Conservancy (Gansbaai, South Africa)
  • Student Conservation Service & US National Park Service
  • Walt Disney World’s Animal Kingdom
  • “Summer Program for Future Doctors” (SPFD) at the East Carolina University Brodie School of Medicine

Curriculum Outlines

See the following outlines for detailed information regarding degree requirements for each biology major: