Bachelor of Science
Our Lady of the Lake Collegeís
Biology Program is designed to prepare students for: 1) careers in private
school, public school and community college biology instruction, 2) the
pursuit of graduate education and research programs in multiple biological
disciplines, 3) careers in medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, science
education and industry and 4) allied health careers, such as nursing
emergency health science, dental hygiene, physicianís assistant and medical
laboratory technology and physical therapy. Graduates receive the Bachelor
of Science Degree in Biology.
The Bachelor of Science Degree in
Biology Program consists of one hundred twenty-three credit hours, with a
primary focus on biology, chemistry and physics coursework, human biology is
emphasized, plus general electives.
All applicants should meet the following
minimum requirements for admission to the Biology Program:
Same general academic requirements for
acceptance as our Lady of the Lake College.
Must apply for admission to the program
prior to completing the final (sixty) credit hours required for the degree.
Must develop a degree plan with a
faculty advisor. Plan must be approved by the Dean of Arts and Sciences.
Prior to admission to any arts and
science bachelorís program, students must meet with the program advisor
every semester prior to preregistering for the next semester.
Students may enter the Biology Program
at the beginning of any semester. Both entering freshmen and transfer
students may enroll on either a full-time or part-time basis. Call (225)
768-1700 for application information.
Our Lady of the Lake College welcomes
applications from all qualified individuals. All transcripts are reviewed
on an individual basis, according to College policy, in order to determine
eligibility and placement in the program. Equal educational opportunities
are offered to all who meet entrance requirements, without regard to race,
gender, ethnicity, creed, marital status or age.
The Our Lady of the Lake College
Financial Aid Office is available to all applicants to discuss eligibility
for financial assistance. Please call (225) 768-1714 to schedule an
Applicants are encouraged to complete
the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form. Our Lady of the
Lake Regional Medical Center also offers generous tuition reimbursement to
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Dr. Walter Davis, or to request an application packet, please call (225) 768-1700 or
e-mail: OLOL Collegeinfo@ololcollege.edu.
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