With a degree in the biological sciences, a range of career fields are open to you:
- Research in biological systems
- Medical field careers
- Museum and collections curator
- Veterinary sciences
- Environmental management
- Forensic science
Services available to students earning Biological Sciences degrees at NAU
Whether you’re a first year, continuing, transfer, online, community campus, or graduate student, find the help you need from an advisor to assist with course plans and scheduling.
First year students and undeclared students
NAU online and community campus students
Current NAU online and community campus students are encouraged to use NAU’s appointment planner to schedule an appointment with their assigned advisor. Questions can also be asked by emailing or calling your NAU advisor. Not sure who your advisor is? Use your student center in LOUIE.
Continuing and transfer students, sophomore status or above
Please refer to the CEFNS academic advising webpage for contact information on advisors within the Department of Biological Sciences.
CEFNS Academic Advising Office – (928)-523-3842
You can also schedule your own appointment at appointments.nau.edu
Meanwhile, take a look at the undergraduate and graduate programs offered by NAU Biological Sciences.