Gain a solid foundation for continuing intellectual growth and further professional studies leading to a career in nursing or other health science-related fields by earning an Associate of Science in Human Biology (AS-HB) degree. Associate of Science in Biology students planning to transition into a bachelor’s degree or other health-related field should check program requirements prior to completing the AS-HB.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Discuss the social, physiological, and psychological aspects of human behavior at a basic level.
- Discuss the complexities of human biology on the continuum from the level of organism to the level of organized social being.
- Use computer technologies to augment productivity, apply statistical procedures and to gain access to multiple informational resource services.
- Communicate effectively with others using oral, visual, and written methods.
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