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Environmental Biology

Associate in Science (AS)

View the Semester Map for Environmental Biolog Associate in Arts
Ever been told you can’t see the forest from the trees? When environmental biologists get to work, they not only look at the trees – they look at the animals, the rocks, the soil, and the air. The environmental biology pathway studies the web of living and nonliving things in an environment to understand how the whole system works. Studying environmental biology, you can later transfer to a four-year university as a junior, obtain your bachelor’s degree and work in fields like environmental engineering, forestry, wildlife preservation or national park administration.
 

Details: Associate in Science (AS)

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Program General Requirements

37 CH

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Program Core Requirements

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Additional Requirements

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Program Elective Requirements

23 CH
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Natural Sciences

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