Biology is a science that studies the structure, function, occurrence, and development of organisms (including plants, animals, and microorganisms). It is a part of natural science and aims to elucidate and control life activities, transform nature, and serve practices such as agriculture, industry, and medicine. For thousands of years, our country has accumulated rich knowledge about plants, animals, microorganisms, and the human body in practices such as agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry, sideline production, fishing, and medicine. In 1859, the publication of British biologist Darwin's "On the Origin of Species" established the materialist biological evolution viewpoint and promoted the rapid development of biology. Biology is one of the six basic disciplines of natural science.
Primary Discipline, Degree Granted: Bachelor of Science, Major Code 0704 Classification
Undergraduates enroll by major
071002 Biotechnology (Note: can be awarded a Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Engineering degree)
071003 Bioinformatics (Note: can be awarded a Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Engineering degree)
Biology majors have broad employment prospects. Students majoring in biological science have a great opportunity to study abroad and have a wide range of career choices depending on their personal interests. Such as:
Teacher - generally working in higher education institutions, with good treatment, welfare and social status.
Researcher - working in research institutions of higher education institutions, national or large companies.
Enterprise technical personnel - working in biological products companies, enterprises, medical units.
Capitalists - using technology to invest in and set up their own companies. Related Entries