Biology Major Close Sub-Nav Menu Request InformationMajors and MinorsAcademic Support Resources for Students Disability Support Services Registering with DSSDSS Resources The Communication Center Dr. Seth Clabough Resources for ParentsStaffFAQsLaunchFirst Generation College Students Copley Science Building ConstructionHonors Program Application for Prospective Honors StudentsHonors Academics Current Students Entering Prior to Fall 2016 Academic StandardsCurricular Requirements Honors CoursesDepartmental Honors Current Students Entering Fall 2016 or After Academic StandardsCurricular Requirements Honors CoursesHonors ModulesCollaborative Learning Experience Honors Benefits and OpportunitiesHonors Program Director Noyce Teacher Preparation ProgramFirst Year Program: RMCS101Study Abroad & International Education J-Term Study/Travel J-term 2018 Study/Travel CoursesPayment Procedure & Scholarship InformationJ-Term Mandatory Insurance Plan International TravelDomestic Travel J-term Resources Semester Abroad FAQsEligibility and CostsSemester Abroad Application InformationScholarships International Students Obtaining an F-1 VisaMaintaining Student StatusEmployment Social Security NumberCurricular Practical Training (CPT)Optional Practical Training (OPT) Driver's LicenseHealth InsuranceTravelTransfer to R-MCInternational Student Orientation International @ R-MC International Assistant ProgramInternational HousePhoto Gallery 2015 Photo Contest Winner Study Abroad Photo ContestInternational Education Week 2016 OIE staffParents & FamiliesVoices from Abroad Summer Session RegistrationImportant DatesStudy Skills CourseSummer Session Tuition, Fees & Housing Undergraduate ResearchRegistrar's OfficeInternshipsIntellectual Property Rights (PDF) The biology major at Randolph-Macon College offers you a hands-on curriculum that integrates learning and experience from the first day. Explore career options with an internship in anything from health care to marine biology. And build enduring relationships with a committed faculty of research scientists. Undergraduate Focus All classes in the biology major are taught by R-MC faculty, and you'll find course enrollments of no more than 25 students—even in introductory classes. And R-MC biology majors are encouraged to pursue research projects as early as freshman year. Megan Jackson '14, who is pursuing an MS in forensic science, says that her summer independent Schapiro Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) project made her feel well-prepared for graduate studies. Med School Partnerships For qualified students, R-MC offers cooperative agreements for a BS/MD joint degree with Eastern Virginia Medical College (EVMS), Early Selection Program with George Washington University School of Medicine, or Preferred Applicant Track for the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine. Kethelyne Beauvais '15 is a graduate student at EVMS. "I chose EVMS because the faculty and staff were very welcoming, and their campus is beautiful, similar to Randolph-Macon's," says Beauvais. "In addition, I enjoy working with local and international communities whenever I have the opportunity, and EVMS' ultimate goal is to be the most community-oriented medical school in the nation. Thus, it was a perfect fit." Career Success Immunologist, parasitologist, physician, environmental scientist, forestry specialist, infectious diseases researcher—biology majors put their R-MC experience to use pursuing graduate studies and careers in a wide variety of specialties. Apply to R-MC! Connect with R-MC on Facebook! Ask a Question?