Microbiology major specialization tracks
- Pre-medicine – Prepare for medical school and other health care fields, including optometry, dentistry, nursing, pharmacy, physician assistant, or physical/occupational therapy.
- Medical technology – Medical technologists perform laboratory tests to discover diseases, such as diabetes, cancer, and AIDS, through the use of microscopes, computers, and complex and precision instruments.
“When I came to WSU I didn’t know I wanted to be a human doctor, but like every undergraduate student, I knew I wanted to do more and WSU is a research school. I’ve always liked learning about how research works, and I knew I wanted to work in a lab right away.–Joseph McDonald `2022, microbiology student worked in a lab every year while attending WSU
Undergraduate Research at the WSU College of Veterinary Medicine
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About the school
The School of Molecular Biosciences offers undergraduate through postdoctoral education in biochemistry, genetics and cell biology, and microbiology. Beginning their first year, students have the opportunity to work with leading faculty to gain hands-on research experience.
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