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Southeastern offers thesis and non-thesis graduate programs in Biology. While students in both programs are taught by highly qualified and involved faculty, students in the thesis program have access to stipends and tuition waivers while preparing for doctoral studies or work in a research-related field.
*Some of these occupations may require additional education at graduate or professional schools.
Department has 44 full-time faculty members, including 18 graduate faculty members
Faculty research interests span a wide range of disciplines, including cell and molecular biology, immunology, neurophysiology, microbiology, systematics, evolutionary biology, population and wetland ecology, parasitology, plant and animal physiology, vertebrate anatomy, forensic entomology, herpetology, ichthyology and conservation biology
The faculty published more than 96 scholarly papers since the 2010-2011 academic year, as well as published several books and generated nearly $5 million in extramural funds
Million-dollar endowed chair devoted to environmental studies
Total semester hours required (thesis): 30
Total semester hours required (non-thesis): 36
Bachelor of Biological Sciences
Biology Graduate Student Organizations (BGSO)
Dr. Kyle R. Piller, Graduate Coordinator
Mailing address: SLU 10736, Hammond, LA 70402
On-campus address: Biology Building Room 421