Are you curious about how living organisms interact and develop beneficial relationships (Ecology)? Do you wonder how we have such a diversity of living organisms in our ever changing world and how they came into existence (Evolution)? Have you heard that DNA is the latest frontier of cutting edge medicine and wondered how it determines the function and lifespan of an organism as well as disease susceptibility? Does the idea of studying the role that bacteria and other microorganisms play in our health excite you? Would you like to have active “hands on” classes and labs that stimulate your curiosity and teach you about science? If you answered yes, then you should take a biology class! It is the study of life! Biology classes include everything from the study of the remnants of prehistoric life/ fossils (General Biology), bacteria and their associated diseases and our immune system (Microbiology), DNA and how it works (Genetics), similarities of living organisms and how they interact with their environment and much, much more!
The Associate of Science in Biology is designed for students who are planning to transfer to a four-year college or university and pursue a baccalaureate degree in biology. The curriculum fulfills the freshman and sophomore requirements of most colleges and universities. The biology courses offer a solid foundation in key areas of biology such as cell biology, genetics, evolution, and ecology with a broad survey of life on Earth including microbiology. As part of this degree program, students must complete the requirements of the Ohio Transfer Module to graduate.
Studying biology opens the door to a wide variety of teaching, research, and service careers including health sciences, forensic science, environment, agriculture, and science writing. Students of the biological sciences find jobs in colleges and universities, primary and secondary schools, museums, zoos, nature centers, hospitals, clinics, and laboratories. Governments need the expertise of biologists to formulate sound policies and legislation. Many non-profit organizations, businesses, and industries also depend on biologists to fulfill their missions.
Completion of this program guarantees completion of the Ohio Transfer Module (OTM). OTM courses are guaranteed to transfer to any public institution in Ohio on a course-by-course basis or in total.
Formal articulation agreements with other colleges and universities indicate how Sinclair programs and courses will transfer to other institutions.
|Ohio Transfer Module: Social & Behavioral Sciences Elective||6|
|Ohio Transfer Module: Arts & Humanities Elective||6|
|BIO 1171||Principles of Biology I||5|
|BIO 1272||Principles of Biology II||5|
|CHE 1211||General Chemistry I||5|
|CHE 1221||General Chemistry II||5|
|ENG 1101||English Composition I||3|
|ENG 1201||English Composition II||3|
|MET 1131||Personal Computer Applications for Engineering Technology||1|
|SCC 1101||First Year Experience||1|
|(COM 2211 OR COM 2225)COM 2206 OR||3|
|BIO 2236||Lab for Genetics||0|
|MAT 1450||Introductory Statistics||4|