The baccalaureate degree program is especially designed to prepare students for entry into professional schools including medical, dental, podiatry, optometry, and osteopathy and for entry into advanced training in Allied Health Professional careers. This Program also prepares students to enter graduate studies in biology and biologically-related disciplines or to seek employment in education, government or industry.
All students pursuing either the AS or BS degree must have a grade of “C” or better in all Science and Mathematics courses. Students with advanced abilities in Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics or Physics should consult the Chairperson of Biology for possible exemptions. If an exemption is approved then the students must take an appropriate higher level course.
Students wishing to substitute transfer courses or other courses for required courses should also consult with the Chairperson.
B.S. Degree in Biology
The Bachelor of Science in Biology requires completion of 120 credits. The 120 credits of the program are distributed as follows:
BS Degree - Biology
HEGIS Code: 0401