Schoolcraft offers courses in biology, conservation, health education, human anatomy and physiology, natural resources, microbiology, and nutrition. Students learn in state-of-the-art facilities at the Biomedical Technology Center on campus, including the Anatomy and Physiology Lab, the Cellular and Molecular Biology Lab, and the Imaging and Analysis Lab, which houses Schoolcraft’s Scanning Electron Microscope.
Students can also get valuable lab experience with DNA biotechnology equipment, protocols, field research, and the use of plastinated cadavers and organs.
Students interested in studying Biology should talk to their Academic Advisor about transfer guides and articulation agreements with Schoolcraft College. Students interested in studying Biology at a 4-year university may be interested in completing the Associate of Science degree at Schoolcraft College.