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The Department offers degrees in biology, biotechnology and forensic science to prepare students for careers in government, industry, health-related professions, education, or for pursuing further study in graduate or professional schools.
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We can train you ! Our BS programs in Biology, Forensic science and Biotechnology can provide training to help you secure a job or further training in graduate or professional school.
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~First, we must congratulate Junior Biology major Jasmine Bogan on her win and appointment as Miss Fayetteville State Univeristy 2015-2016. This proves that you can be a science major and also participate in campus activites. Way to go Jasmine, we are extremely proud of you.
~ Next, we are proud of all of our graduates that will be leaving the nest soon to pursue their career goals and graduate school. This is an amazing accomplishment and we salute you and your efforts! BRONCO PRIDE!
~Laura Gore, a Biology major, will be making a presentation on Green Business Service Learning to the FSU Sustainability Coalition at their meeting on April 30, 2015. This presentation will be in the presence of the Chancellor and Vice Chancellor. Good luck Laura!
~Caroline Cleveland, a 2014 graduate has been accepted into the UNC-CH Physical Therapy Program!!!
~Candacy Bush, a Biology major also, was chosen to represent the student body for 2015-2016 as Student Government Association President.....what an honor to serve her peers at the University!
~Our students will also represent the department at UNC-CH this summer by participating in the SEP and MED programs. These programs are stellar and will prepare these students for future careers in medicine, dentistry and other health care fields. Acceptance into these progams are competitive and we are elated that they will represent FSU!
The following students will be headed to Chapel Hill: Breana Phillips, Desiree Moore, and Brandy Moore. Daminike Sullins will be headed to Duke University this summer to attend their program.
~ Jessica Vickery will be headed off to Optometry School early fall in Tennesee.
I would like to thank all of the faculty and staff in this department for all of their harwork and assistance in helping our students to achieve their goals!
James Raynor: DOBS Academician of the Year
Erin White: DOBS Academic Advisor of the Year
Philip Senter: DOBS Teacher of the Year
Pamela Ratliff: DOBS Staff of the Year
Jessica Vickery: DOBS Student of the Year
~ We are so proud of you all!!!!!
*EXCITING NEWS from the FORENSIC SCIENCE PROGRAM:
Pre-RISE scholars earned academic credit for Intro to College Algebra and Physical Education, while receiving an intensive preparation for fall enrollment in the Principles of Biology course through online mini-course. >> Read More