Innovation in Science
The University of West Georgia’s Biology Program is one of the UWG’s largest and most popular programs on campus with more than 800 majors and 21 faculty housed in a recently renovated state-of-the-art facility.
Experience the possibilities and allow us to be a part of your Bios Journey. We will assist you in the design of a curriculum, an adventure with “hands-on” training, that will foster critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
Opportunities to participate in faculty-directed research, to attend and present at local, regional, national, and international research conferences, and publish in research journals are available. Students may pursue a B.S. in Biology or M.S. in Biology. In addition, undergraduate Biology Majors have the opportunity to complete a certificate program in Microbiology or Stream Restoration. Students may also minor in Biology to compliment their non-Biology degree.
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Dr. Allison Key ’02 – University of West Georgia alumna, philanthropist, doctor and owner of 3:16 Family Medicine – is a Wolf through and through. And by funding a scholarship and hiring several alumni, Key is making a continuing, positive impact on the UWG community.
When Mary B. Wiggins started college almost a century ago, she was one of the generation’s more progressive women pursuing higher education. Even today – thanks to her generosity and that of her husband, William “Bill” Wiggins – she is helping UWG students break through barriers.
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Graduates of the program are health professionals (doctors, dentists, physician assistants, physical therapists), secondary and post-secondary educators, government, academic, and industry researchers, environmental consultants, and science-savvy citizens.
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“The opportunities UWG provided me are amazing. The professors are hands-on in getting their students involved at an undergraduate level. That’s something you just don’t see at the larger universities.”