The biology curriculum provides students with a foundation in biological concepts and laboratory techniques, encourages students to apply the scientific process, and increases student awareness of changes in technology and its effects on the environment.
Biology courses are offered to meet A.A., A.S., and A.A.S. requirements. Biology courses also may be taken by students not seeking a degree.
Biology Advising Information (PDF)
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- BIO 100 - Medical Terminology
- BIO 103 - Health
- BIO 104 - Biological Diversity
- BIO 105 - Microbes and You
- BIO 106 - Animals and Society
- BIO 107 - Plants and Society
- BIO 125 - Human Biology
- BIO 131 - Human Structure & Function
- BIO 144 - Introduction to Human Heredity
- BIO 146 - Ecological Conservation
- BIO 147 - Field Ecology
- BIO 151 - General Biology I
- BIO 152 - General Biology II
- BIO 160 - Anatomy and Physiology (Vet Tech)
- BIO 220 - General Zoology
- BIO 240 - Microbiology
- BIO 250 - Human Anatomy & Physiology I
- BIO 251 - Human Anatomy & Physiology II