The Associate in Science in Biology for Transfer program provides students with a foundation in core principals of biological sciences, including scientific reasoning, cell/molecular biology, principles of genetics, evolution, organismal, and ecology in preparation for transfer to a baccalaureate degree program in biology at a university. Students at the four-year university have the opportunity to pursue a Bachelor’s degree specializing in areas such as anatomy and physiology, botany, cell and molecular biology, clinical science, ecology, environmental biology, field biology, marine biology, microbiology, organismal biology, or zoology. A bachelor’s degree in biology may lead to opportunities in graduate/professional school or careers in research, biotechnology, dentistry, pharmacy, medicine, and veterinary medicine among many other diverse fields.
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Biology (AS-T) Curriculum Guide
Associate in Science for Transfer (AS-T), Biology
PROGRAM STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
- Assimilate information from various sources and apply critical thinking to form evidence-based conclusions (scientific method) to issues in the realm of biology, health, and as a consumer in society.
- Demonstrate an understanding of all levels of organismal biology such as morphological, physiological, and developmental.
- Demonstrate knowledge of the importance of the diversity of organisms on earth and their ecological and evolutionary relationships including human impact on other organisms (or the reciprocal) and ecosystems.