Whether you're curious about how the human body works or you're more interested in other life forms, studying biology can open up whole new worlds of curiosities and career options. Careers in biology cover a wide range of interests and require a variety of educational levels from associate's to doctoral degrees.

The instructors, course materials and projects available in biology offer you an opportunity to explore the complexity of biological systems, develop your critical thinking skills, and change how you see the natural world and your place in it.

Human Biology, Anatomy and Physiology
BIO 110, BIO 263, and BIO 264

Inspect and manipulate images of real human cadavers on the Anatomage Table, a life-size virtual dissection table that displays realistic visualization of 3D anatomy and interactivity

Participate in dissection.

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Molecular/Cellular Biology
BIO 157

BIO 157 is required for biology and science majors as well as those interested in further study in allied health areas. You’ll experience a mixture of lectures, lab work and field study. Topics include ecology, metabolism, reproduction and genetics.

cellular biology

BIO 255


Culture and identifying bacterial species.

Escherichia Coli Gram Negative Staphylococcus_aureus_Gram_Positive

Differentiate between different microorganisms or cellular components of a single organism.

Fermentation tubes TSI Test

Citrate test Streak-Plate-for-Isolation

Organismal and Field Biology
BIO 130 and BIO 158

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