Overview of Biological Sciences (Biology)
At Kilgore College, our goal in the Biology Department is to provide the first two years of collegiate work which may lead to an associate degree. This degree is designed for transfer to general or professional baccalaureate degree programs.
To provide two semesters (8 hours) of collegiate non-majors biology; the requirements for a minimum of two semesters (8 hours) of collegiate majors-level biology;and a minimum of two semesters (8 hours) of collegiate-level biology for allied health majors. These courses all meet the requirements for the associate degree and can be transferable to a university.
What do graduates of the program do?
Students who graduate from this program can work in the biological sciences, biology and zoology.
What is the job outlook for graduates?
Excellent careers requiring a background in biology are growing, particularly in the medical and health science fields
What kind of salary can graduates expect locally and nationally?
Salaries vary in this field.
How long does it take to complete the program?
The Biological Sciences (Biology) program provides the first two years of collegiate work which can lead to an Associate Degree. The degree is designated to transfer to general or professional baccalaureate degree programs.
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