ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE: BIOLOGY
Students who complete this program are prepared to pursue the bachelor's degree in biology or a related field at a senior college or university. Biologists deal with living organisms and the relationship between organisms and their environment. Most careers in biology require graduate study in a life science area. Many doctors, veterinarians, and ophthalmologists major in biology. Other career opportunities include work in botany, agronomy, animal science, ecology, toxicology, pathology, and biological oceanography. Academic advisement for this program is provided by the Division of Natural Sciences, Mathematics, and Physical Education.