The Biology program provides a hands-on approach with a curriculum that emphasizes learning about life processes by making observations, asking questions, and testing hypothesis through experimentation. Courses provide in-depth knowledge in cellular, molecular, genetics, ecology, evolution, and behavior. Students increase their ability to think critically, synthesize information, and communicate effectively. Our A.S. in Biology is an appropriate transfer curriculum for students who plan to pursue a degree in biology at a senior college or university after completing their studies at Navarro College.
BIOL 1322 – Nutrition and Diet Therapy
BIOL 1406 – Biology for Science Majors I
BIOL 1407 – Biology for Science Majors II
BIOL 1408 – Biology for Non-Science Majors I
BIOL 1409 – Biology for Non-Science Majors II
BIOL 1411 – General Botany
BIOL 1413 – General Zoology
BIOL 2401 – Anatomy and Physiology I
BIOL 2402 – Anatomy and Physiology II
BIOL 2404 – Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology
BIOL 2406 – Environmental Biology
BIOL 2420 – Microbiology
What Careers are Available to Biology Majors?
A Biology Major may work in several field of research, teaching, or biotechnology, genetics, microbiology, mycology, entomology, zoology, biomedical, marine/aquatic biology or systematic biology. There are other careers also available in sales, extension services, technical writing, or as a lab worker or museum curator.
Who Employs Biology Majors?
As a biology major you could work for a number of different profit and nonprofit organizations and business or the government. Here is a list of just a few of them:
- Secondary schools, Universities and Colleges
- Clinics and Hospitals
- Pharmaceutical, Biotech, and Chemical Companies
- Public Health Agencies
- Federal/State/Local Government Laboratories and Agencies
- Medical Research Laboratories
- Private Research Foundations
- Agricultural Industries
- Zoos, Museums, and Libraries
- Food Manufacturers
- Soap/Cosmetics Companies
- U.S. Forest Service
- Food & Drug Administration
Careers in Botany: This is an online version of the brochure “Careers in Botany” distributed by the Botanical Society of America (BSA). This brochure is also available by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by snailmail request to the BSA. The first copy is free and additional copies are available at cost.
Careers in Animal Behavior: This is a career link to careers in the areas of animal behavior.
Entomological Job Opportunities: This is a site with job postings over the Entomological Society of America’s website.
Carol Hanes, Executive Dean
Fine Arts, Room 122
Terry Peterman, Dean
Drane Hall, Room 115
Sherry Stewart, Coordinator
Drane Hall, Room 210
Heather Stottman, Professor
Drane Hall, Room 209
Lisa Dillman, Professor
Drane Hall, Room 207
Peggy Anderson, Professor
Drane Hall, Room 232
Tom Vance, Professor
Drane Hall, Room 216
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**Tuition cost reflects a 15-credit hour semester for in-district students for the 2015-2016 academic year.
Cost does not include lab fees, additional fees, books, or supplies. Program costs are approximate and cost is subject to change.
Download the full Fall 2015 tuition chart here.