AS Biology - Environmental Science

Program Codes: ASBIOEN
Associate of Science

The Associate of Science degree in Biology with a concentration in Environmental Science is for students who are interested in studying the intersection between humans and the natural world. Environmental Science integrates fields within the biological and physical sciences. Individuals who complete their associate degree in Environmental Science can work as technicians in governmental or private organizations. 

Program Outcomes:


• Critically analyze scientific information.

• Conduct scientific research or experimentation in a professional manner.

• Communicate scientific findings in a professional manner.

• Demonstrate knowledge in three major areas of biology: cellular and molecular biology (including genetics), ecology and evolution, and organismal biology.

Program Requirements:

Students must have completed 60 credits and earn an overall 2.0 GPA to meet graduation requirements. Students must receive a “C” or better in all major required courses. Students who wish to transfer to the Erie campus to complete a Baccalaureate degree must maintain a 2.5 GPA.

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One (1) 200-Level Biology Level Elective

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