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Today, more than ever, biology is critical to human life and the future of the planet.
Fast paced developments in medicine, genetics and environmental issues can be bewildering
without a basic understanding of biology.
The Biology Department at Collin College offers students a broad introduction to modern biological sciences, with coursework emphasizing the molecular through the ecosystem level of organization. With a focus on current research, students will receive an education that will allow them to pursue a variety of academic and career opportunities.
Whether interested in a B.S. in Biology, teacher certification, allied health sciences, or a professional program, Collin offers students a personalized, high quality educational experience. This includes an excellent instructional staff, computer-aided instruction, and a state-of-the-art laboratory facility.
Students taking courses in Biology at Collin College have the opportunity to specialize in areas of their particular interest. These include:
|BIOL||2389||Academic Co-op Biology|
|BIOL||2401||Anatomy and Physiology I|
|BIOL||2402||Anatomy and Physiology II|
|BIOL||2421||Microbiology for Science Majors|
|CHEM||1411||General Chemistry I|
|CHEM||1412||General Chemistry II|
|CHEM||2423||Organic Chemistry I|
|CHEM||2425||Organic Chemistry II|
|HITT||1305||Medical Terminology I|
|MATH||1342||Elementary Statistical Methods|
|PHYS||1401||College Physics I|
|PHYS||1402||College Physics II|
|PHYS||2425||University Physics I|
|PHYS||2426||University Physics II|