The Biology program of study provides the courses appropriate to meet the requirements for the Associate in Science (A.S.) degree with a concentration in Biology. In addition to meeting the A.S. degree requirements, these courses may be transferred into a bachelor's level program leading to a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree with a major in the biological sciences, The program includes both traditional lecture instruction as well as hands-on laboratory experiences. This program provides the foundation for further study in the biological sciences at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
The demand for highly-skilled professionals in the fields of medicine and other allied health professions, biotechnology, biomedical research, and other related disciplines continues to increase. The demand for these individuals provides many diverse, lucrative career opportunities.
- various allied health programs (nursing, respiratory care, etc.)
- agriculture programs
- veterinary technology program
Courses included in the Biology program of study can be transferred into bachelors level programs leading to a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree with a major in a biological science discipline.
|David F. Daniel, M.S.||Professor, Department Chair||817-598-6491
|Heidy McDonald, M.D.||Assoc. Professor||817-598-8936
|Jennifer Miller, M.S.||Assoc. Professor||817-598-6490
|Terrence Paddack, M.S.||Assoc. Professor||817-598-3270
|Catherine Rogers, M.S.||Asst. Professor||817-598-8943
|Anna Scarborough, Ph.D.||Asst. Professor||817-598-8917
|Lauren Tidwell, M.S.||Asst. Professor||817-598-6230
|Bishnu Twanabasu, Ph.D.||Professor||817-598-8903
Department Chair, Life Science Department