Biology, Botany, and Zoology
The biological sciences deal with the basic principles of all living things: structure, function, and ecological associations. An understanding of biological principles is important in a wide variety of fields, including the health professions, education, agriculture, forestry, and environmental sciences.
Completion of the following courses results in an associate of science degree with an area of emphasis in Biology, Botany, and Zoology. The required coursework normally fulfills the first half of baccalaureate degree requirements in Biology, Botany, or Zoology. Course selection should be tailored to match requirements defined by intended transfer institution.