Biological Sciences A.S. Degree
The Biological Sciences curriculum provides students with the opportunity to meet the requirements for transferring to four year colleges in the areas of agriculture, animal science, biochemistry, bioengineering, biological sciences, biotechnology, chiropractic, clinical lab technician, curator, dental hygiene, dentistry, environmental studies, forestry, nutrition/dietetics, occupational therapy, plant science, pharmacy, physical therapy, pre-medical, nursing, range management, veterinary medicine, wildlife/fisheries biology, zoology, or entry level positions in related fields. Students must fulfill general education requirements for the AA/AS degree and take 20 units from a list of required biology courses and chemistry/geology/math/physics electives.
Your Sierra College Catalog is the official source of information on all degree programs.
Biological Sciences - A.S. DEGREE (20 units)
Required Courses: 12 Units from the following:
Plus at least 8 units from other courses listed above or from:
Total Units Required: 20
Bio. Sci. 16, Bio. Sci. 90, C.S. 10 or C.I.S. 50, Int. 1
Note: The courses listed above may or may not satisfy Biological Science requirements at all transfer colleges. See a counselor.
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