Carroll College, Helena Montana

Professions in Biology

CAREERS FOR BIOLOGY MAJORS

Please Take Note: Occupations may require additional education and/or experience.

 

Looking for a career in Biology? Here we have listed many great websites that give you information on many different careers that you can do with your biology major. Also this is a great place to get your career search started. If you need more help with finding a job, perfecting your resume, or tips on how to rock your interview, then feel free to stop by the Career and Testing Services office. Our staff is ready to help you land the dream job. 

Career Websites

 

Summer Programs
Graduate School

Trying to get into medical school but need a rocking internship to put on your resume? Then check out our Biology/Chemistry Internship Website where we have listed many great internships. 

PLEASE NOTICE

Job titles with an asterisk (*) have web sites to the left.
Agronomist
Air Pollution Analyst
Anatomist
Animal Scientist
Aquarium & Museum Worker
Aquatic Biologist
Biochemist
Bio-Engineer
Biometrician
Bio-Technologist*
Botanist
Brewery Laboratory Assistant
Chemical Oceanographer
Chiropractor
Coastal Resources Worker
Commercial Inland Water Transportation Worker
Coroner
Criminologist/Forensic Biologist
Curator
Cytologist
Dentist*
Dietitian & Nutritionist*
Ecologist
Entomologist
Environmental Engineer
Environmental Health Specialist
Environmental Protection Worker
Ergonomist
Fish Hatchery Technician
Fisheries Conservationist
Florist
Food Scientist—Technologist
Forensic Pathologist
Forester
Genetic Engineering Research Assistant or Scientist
Geographer
Health Officer
Horticulturist
Hospital Administrator
Hydrographic Survey Technician
Industrial Hygienist
Marine Bacteriologist
Marine Biologist
Marine Ecologist
Marine Fisheries/Worker
Marine Sales
Marine Tourist Worker
Market Research Analyst
Medical Illustrator*
Medical Laboratory Technician*
Medical Librarian
Medical Technologist*
Meteorologist*
Microbiologist
Molecular Biologist
Mortician
Museum/Aquarium Administrator
Mycologist
Net Designer
Neurobiologist*
Occupational Therapy*
Oceanography*
Optometrist*
Osteopathic Physician*
Paramedic
Parasitologist
Pathologist
Pharmaceutical Salesperson
Pharmacy Technician/Pharmacist*
Pharmacologist*
Physical Therapist
Physician*
Plant Pathologist
Psychiatry*
Psychologist
Public Health Educator*
Public Health Worker*
Science Laboratory Administrator
Science Teacher
Science Writer/Illustrator*
Soil Conservationist
State Parks and Recreation Worker
Surgeon (general and specialized)*
Technical Writer
Test and Inspection Worker
Toxicologist
Underwater Technician
Veterinarian*
Wildlife Biologist
Wildlife Resources Specialist
Zoologist* 

Following are some job titles that are accessible to Biology Majors:

Job titles with an asterisk (*) have web sites to the left.
Agronomist
Air Pollution Analyst
Anatomist
Animal Scientist
Aquarium & Museum Worker
Aquatic Biologist
Biochemist
Bio-Engineer
Biometrician
Bio-Technologist*
Botanist
Brewery Laboratory Assistant
Chemical Oceanographer
Chiropractor
Coastal Resources Worker
Commercial Inland Water Transportation Worker
Coroner
Criminologist/Forensic Biologist
Curator
Cytologist
Dentist*
Dietitian & Nutritionist*
Ecologist
Entomologist
Environmental Engineer
Environmental Health Specialist
Environmental Protection Worker
Ergonomist
Fish Hatchery Technician
Fisheries Conservationist
Florist
Food Scientist—Technologist
Forensic Pathologist
Forester
Genetic Engineering Research Assistant or Scientist
Geographer
Health Officer
Horticulturist
Hospital Administrator
Hydrographic Survey Technician
Industrial Hygienist
Marine Bacteriologist
Marine Biologist
Marine Ecologist
Marine Fisheries/Worker
Marine Sales
Marine Tourist Worker
Market Research Analyst
Medical Illustrator*
Medical Laboratory Technician*
Medical Librarian
Medical Technologist*
Meteorologist*
Microbiologist
Molecular Biologist
Mortician
Museum/Aquarium Administrator
Mycologist
Net Designer
Neurobiologist*
Occupational Therapy*
Oceanography*
Optometrist*
Osteopathic Physician*
Paramedic
Parasitologist
Pathologist
Pharmaceutical Salesperson
Pharmacy Technician/Pharmacist*
Pharmacologist*
Physical Therapist
Physician*
Plant Pathologist
Psychiatry*
Psychologist
Public Health Educator*
Public Health Worker*
Science Laboratory Administrator
Science Teacher
Science Writer/Illustrator*
Soil Conservationist
State Parks and Recreation Worker
Surgeon (general and specialized)*
Technical Writer
Test and Inspection Worker
Toxicologist
Underwater Technician
Veterinarian*
Wildlife Biologist
Wildlife Resources Specialist
Zoologist* 

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