Medical School: 26%
Graduates are consistently accepted to medical programs such as: Columbia University, Weill Medical College of Cornell University, New York University, Yale University, Stanford University, Washington University, University of Virginia and several SUNY campuses. Biology graduates also pursue degrees in veterinary medicine and dentistry.
Graduate School: 22%
Each year students pursue PhDs in fields such as genetics, biochemistry, virology, physiology, ecology, behavior, plant biology and neurobiology. Graduates are accepted to institutions such as: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Rockefeller University, UC Berkeley, UC Davis, UC San Diego, UC San Francisco, University of Pennsylvania and Yale University. Other students go on to graduate programs (masters or PhDs) in fields such as genetic counseling, business, education, public health, health care administration, law or engineering.
Job Market: 35%
Graduates accepted positions with organizations such as Novartis as pharmaceutical sales representative, the Environmental Protection Agency Office of Research and Development as a management assistant, Merck & Co. as a research technician, Teach for America as a biology teacher, Proctor and Gamble as a researcher in product development, and a Boston law firm that handles biotechnology/patent cases as a litigation paralegal.
Unique Endeavors 11%
Some graduates pursue short-term opportunities such as the CDC fellowship, Fulbright Scholars, medical mission trips, City Year, AmeriCorp, Peace Corp before pursuing advanced degrees or term employment.