Associate Degree in Biological Science

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An associate degree in biological sciences is offered at some schools which gives the student a broader view of biology from animal and plant classification and physiology to molecular biology and microbiology. Courses in physics, chemistry and math are also usually part of the program.

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Seminole State College

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