Please take some time to explore all of our offerings – many programs give you the option to choose a different concentration or specialization to hone your skills in specific areas. You may choose a minor to expand your knowledge of a different subject. Visit our individual program pages to learn more about each offering.
Biology (BA and BS)
Many of our majors are also offered as a minor and information is provided on the major pages. We also offer unique stand-alone minors that you may choose to explore.
We have partnered with several nearby institutions to provide dual and accelerated degree programs. Visit our dual degree programs page to learn more.
Biology Chiropractic with Northeast College of Health Sciences (BS/DC)
Biology Pharmacy with Long Island University (BS/PharmD)
Biology Physical Therapy with New York Medical College (BS/DPT)
Biology Podiatric with New York Podiatric College (BS/DPM)
St. Thomas Aquinas College has established a program with Northeast College of Health Sciences (NCHS) leading to completion of both a B.S. degree in Biology and Doctor of Chiropractic degree. Students follow the STAC biology curriculum for the first three years. In the fourth year, students transfer to NCHS where they will complete the STAC requirements for the biology degree while concurrently completing the first year of the chiropractic program. After successful completion of the required number of transfer credits, students may apply for the bachelor’s degree from St. Thomas Aquinas College.
St. Thomas Aquinas College will prepare you for a career as a pharmacist through our agreement with the Doctor of Pharmacy program at Long Island University. Students follow the STAC biology curriculum for the first two or three years and then transfer to Long Island University where they will complete the STAC requirements for the biology degree while concurrently completing their first year of the pharmacy program. After successful completion of the required number of transfer credits, students may apply for the bachelor’s degree from St. Thomas Aquinas College.
St. Thomas Aquinas College will prepare you for a career as a Physical Therapist through our agreement with the Doctor of Physical Therapy program at New York Medical College. Upon completion of your Biology degree at the College, and with the recommendation of our Pre-Health/Pre-Graduate Committee you may receive early admission and seamlessly begin your graduate study.
Students who have completed at least 90 credits and have completed the required courses in biology, chemistry and physics may be admitted to the first year class at New York College of Podiatric Medicine. Students will graduate from NYCPM with a B.S. in Biology and a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree.