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, Vermont Law School and Green Mountain College.