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Biological Sciences - Minor

A minor is a structured group of courses that leads to considerable knowledge and understanding of a subject, although with less depth than a major. Some employers consider minors desirable, and the corresponding major...

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  • Minor

Biology

Biology is the study of LIFE. It is the exciting study of how living systems do their business: How plants produce nearly every bite of edible food through photosynthesis. How microorganisms reproduce and acquire resistance...

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Biology - Graduate

Students in the Biology Graduate Program are trained to become practicing professionals in a wide array of possible career paths, including academic positions, industry, government, or are prepared to take on additional...

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    Biomedical Engineering - Graduate

    Biomedical engineering is a discipline that advances knowledge in engineering, biology and medicine, and improves human health through cross-disciplinary activities that integrate the engineering sciences with the biomedical...

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      Biomedical Engineering - Minor

      This minor is intended for undergraduate engineering students seeking to supplement their education by applying skills learned in their respective disciplines to the field of biomedical engineering (BME). The emphasis on...

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      • Minor

      Biostatistics (Graduate Certificate)

      The graduate certificate in Biostatistics (gcb) is a 15-credit hour graduate certificate that allows students studying in programs outside the department of biostatistics to learn a basic background in the design and...

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        Biosystems & Agricultural Engineering - Graduate

        Biosystems engineers are trained in biological, environmental, and engineering sciences and challenged to improve the sustainability of production systems, decrease or eliminate environmental hazards, and preserve natural...

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          Biosystems Engineering

          Biosystems engineers are trained in biological, environmental and engineering sciences and challenged to improve the sustainability of production systems, decrease or eliminate environmental hazards and preserve natural...

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          • BS

          Business - Minor

          Deepen your understanding of general principles of the business world. This minor is open for students who are not currently majoring in business, who wish to enhance their degree program with an generalist approach to...

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          • Minor

          Business Administration - Graduate

          The University of Kentucky MBA is not your typical MBA. More than just a business education degree, our MBA is a redefining business experience. We offer a suite of competitive MBA programs designed to give you a broader...

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            Career & Technical Education

            With a focus on Agricultural Education, a degree in Career and Technical Education will help you become an agriculture advocate.  You’ll graduate with more than 200 hours of teaching experience, practical international...

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            • BS

            Chemical Engineering

            Chemical engineering emerged over a century ago when engineering professionals were needed to design and implement processes for large, commercial scale chemical production. Modern chemical engineering combines knowledge of...

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            • BS

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