Nicholas A. Baer
Chair, Natural & Environmental Sciences
Global changes have created a demand for skilled workers in biology-related careers. Be part of the discipline that conducts live-saving research on genetic diseases or addresses issues that impact the biodiversity of vulnerable ecosystems. With a Bachelor of Science degree in biology, your future is bursting with life.
Internships are a chance for you to grow—both as a professional and as an individual. Take a topic you’re interested in, germinate your passion for it and develop your resume.
Work in the lab as a technician, in the field as a conservation officer or in the hospital as a doctor. Find out where you fit.
Transition into graduate studies by taking advantage of Colby-Sawyer’s affiliation agreements. Complete an accelerated master’s in science education degree at Springfield College or Plymouth College, or explore our other affiliations with University of New Haven and Vermont Law School.