To inquire about this program:
Dr. Adam W. Rollins | 423.869.6421 | adam.rollins@LMUnet.edu
The biology program at LMU is a comprehensive four-year program in which students take a broad variety of life science and chemistry courses.
The program offers two tracts: 1) pre-professional for those students considering medical school, pharmacy, veterinary science etc. and 2) ecology for those students considering careers in conservation. Internships are available for those interested in conservation. Students in the undergraduate program complete a research project in their junior and senior year under the supervision of a science faculty member.
The curriculum includes courses in molecular genetics, integrated vertebrate anatomy and physiology, microbiology, ecology, biochemistry and molecular cell biology.
A minor in biology is offered. Many biology majors minor in chemistry.
The minor is designed to augment the education of a student pursuing a major in another discipline. Often this additional focus provides an extra edge in pursuit of a position in business or entry into law school.
Required course work (each course includes a lab)
|BIOL 111, 112||General Biology I, II|
|BIOL 315||Molecular Genetics|
|BIOL 321||Botany, Fundamental|
|Jr-Sr Level Biology Elective 4|
Interns have been place with Tennessee Valley Authority, Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, Cumberland Gap National Historical Park and Tennessee state parks.
Many biology graduates have gained employment with conservation agencies, several graduates now serve as medical doctors and others as veterinarians.
Students have recently been accepted at the University of Tennessee, East Tennessee State University, Middle Tennessee State University, Austin Peay State University, Central Michigan, and DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine.
LMU student chapter of The Wildlife Society