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The biology transfer program (AS) emphasizes the process of science, the origin of life, evolution, anatomy, physiology, genetics, and ecology of living organisms. Benefit from hands-on learning in our newly updated laboratory spaces, working with the latest equipment and biological models. This program provides a fundamental education in biology and related sciences, as well as general education needed to pursue a baccalaureate degree.

Science Education

The science education transfer program (AS) is designed to prepare students for a career in teaching science at the secondary level. This program broadly studies the natural sciences and prepares students for specialization in an area such as biology, chemistry, earth science or physics education. Graduates are well prepared to pursue a baccalaureate degree.


Biology – AS (Program Outcome)
Science Education – AS (Program Outcome)


Associate of Science

Our Biology Faculty

Karla Giuffre, Biology Faculty
Tony Grahame, Biology Faculty
Juliet Moderow, Biology Faculty
Alan Nowicki, Biology Faculty

Department Contacts

Brendan Dutmer, Dean of Natural Science and Mathematics
Joani Bardell, Office Coordinator of Nursing/Allied Health, Natural Science and Mathematics
Elizabeth Boettner, Natural Science Lab Assistant
Beth Groshans, Advisor

Scholarship Opportunities

View all of our scholarships here.