Students in Loyola's biology program benefit from hands-on laboratory experiences, research opportunities with faculty, and a robust curriculum. Together, these experiences create a holistic learning environment that prepares graduates for successful admission to graduate and professional schools or for direct entry into the field.
My Jesuit education has allowed me to serve others, which is ultimately what I want to do in my future health profession. Learning more about my own spiritual Catholic identity has allowed me to grow as a person while following my passions.”
The professors and Pre-Health faculty are more than willing to help students reach their ultimate goal. They inspire and encourage us to apply for nationally-acclaimed programs that will impact our personal and academic paths. My Jesuit education has also taught me the value of service and leadership in my personal and my professional life.
At Loyola, I was able—and encouraged—to explore different academic areas before committing to a single career path. I loved being able to integrate topics from different disciples into my daily life. With a Loyola education, I created a major that reflected my passions, combining biology with writing and a minor in sociology.
Our Loyola Community
A student shares his experience as an intern with the National Aquarium in Baltimore—and how it shaped his academic path and career goals.