Western Carolina University
College of Arts and Sciences
Biology program goals are to teach advanced topics and to provide experience in conducting original research, preparing students for one of the following: teaching in secondary schools (M.A.Ed., M.A.T.) or community colleges (M.A.Ed.), working as professional biologists (M.S.), or moving on to doctoral programs (M.S.). The department maintains research affiliations with the Mountain Aquaculture Research Center, Highlands Biological Station, International Biosphere Reserves, and national forests and parks within the region.
Western Carolina University is a campus within the University of North Carolina and is accredited by
Facts & Figures
Classification: Master's College or University I
Locale: Distant Rural Area
Size & Settings: 6,000-9,999