Undergraduate biochemistry degree programs provide the academic foundation for jobs in exciting fields like biomedicine, biotechnology, pharmaceutics, food science, agriculture, healthcare, and forensics. Students seeking careers in medical practice, clinical research, or education can also pursue biochemistry majors as preparation for further professional or graduate programs required in their field.
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Learn more about what professional horticulturists do, where they work, and how to become one.
Hiring managers at some of the area’s largest companies and organizations see the difference in employees who have graduated from York College.
From which major to choose to where to get licensed, we’ll go over the required steps to take toward a physical therapy career path.
Learn about the many fulfilling and lucrative career paths followed by graduates of Health Science bachelor's degree programs, from marketing to public health.
Whether you’re getting ready to graduate and transition into a full-time position or you’re looking for an internship to build your experience, it’s important to make a good first impression as you meet prospective employers.
Get real-world insight into a career in nursing with York College Nursing alumni Joanna Marmo ‘19, Tara O’Malley ‘19, and Allison Witten ‘20.
As you research colleges for nursing and nursing programs, one of the terms you’re bound to come across is "clinicals" — and a good clinical experience can have a huge impact on the value of your nursing education. So what ARE clinicals, anyway?
Some graduating college students might have to interview and be hired for a job before ever meeting their colleagues in person. Here’s how York College of Pennsylvania is helping students prepare.
Every winter, the Office of Residence Life, hosts a hiring process to select RAs for the upcoming academic year.
Courtney (Palla) Miller graduated from York College and WellSpan York Hospital’s joint respiratory care program in December 2016. She is currently a registered respiratory therapist at York Hospital’s pulmonary physiology lab.