A bachelor's degree in microbiology gives you a broad and rapidly growing world of opportunity. Whether your interest focuses on immunology, food microbiology, industrial microbiology, plant pathology, or biotechnology, your studies will prepare you for work in hospital and environmental laboratories, the expanding biotechnology sector, or many other possibilities.
You can pursue a broad range of science career options—any one of which would prepare you for a graduate program and research career.
Department of Biology
Ball State University
Cooper Life Science Building, CL 121
Muncie, IN 47306