Department of Biological and Allied Health Sciences


Bloomsburg University's Department of Biological and Allied Health Sciences represents the entire range of specialties from molecular biology to ecology, from cell biology to whole organisms, from microbes to animals and plants. Each of department faculty member holds a doctorate (Ph.D.) and has extensive research experience.

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All courses are taught by faculty who emphasize hands-on learning, practical skills, and critical thinking. Small classes allow individual attention and encourage participation. Each degree program combines rigorous core requirements with a variety of electives.

Programs of Study

 

BAHS Department Contacts

Chairperson
Angela Hess, Ph.D. | ahess2@bloomu.edu

Allied Health Coordinator
Judith Kipe-Nolt, Ph.D. | jkipenol@bloomu.edu

M.S. Program Coordinator
Thomas Klinger, Ph.D. | tklinger@bloomu.edu

Department of Biological and Allied Health Sciences
115 Hartline Science Center
570-389-4400
 
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Why pursue a degree in biological and allied health sciences?

  • It's well-rounded — Learning extends beyond the classroom. Optional interest housing provides biology and allied health majors with study partners and camaraderie in their dorm. Students can conduct independent research in the lab or field with a faculty mentor. Internships and clinical rotations provide real-world experience. Marine biology classes and research are available at the Marine Science Consortium’s field station at Wallops Island, Va.
  • It's up-to-date — Computers and technology are incorporated into classroom and lab experiences. Students have access to state-of-the-art facilities and equipment, including remodeled laboratories.
  • It's practical — Graduates are employed in a wide spectrum of careers or continue their studies in professional and graduate schools. Many enter the work force as allied health professionals, as lab or field technicians, and as teachers. They work in private industry, research centers, health care facilities, schools, and in government.

 

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