Anatomy Plant Lab

 

Contact Biology

For information about Biology courses or careers.

 

Email:  

biologyadvising@shoreline.edu

 

Phone:

206-546-4567

 

Address:

Biology Department

Shoreline Community College

2800 Building

16101 Greenwood Ave. N

Shoreline, WA  98133 

Biology

Biological Sciences is the study of all living organisms, encompassing plants, animals and microorganisms.  From molecular and cellular biology to genetics, ecosystems and evolution, Biological Sciences is one of the
broadest fields in science.

 

University Transfer

A Biology background is essential if you plan to transfer to a University to study Botany/Plant Science, Ecology and Wildlife, Zoology, Entomology, Genetics, Microbiology, Biomedical, Cellular and Molecular Biology, Pathology, Virology and Neurobiology.

 

Professional/Technical Career Paths

A Biology background is fundamental to a number of career paths, including:

 

Biology Courses

Current Biology Courses

*These courses satisfy the Laboratory Science requirement.