Our hands-on, personalized learning provides students with a broad and excellent foundation for a range of careers in science-related fields. You’ll benefit from our small class sizes in courses taught by instructors committed to your success.
M State's Associate of Science degree in Biological Sciences is designed for students interested various fields of biological science, including cell biology, bioengineering, environmental science, fish and wildlife management, forestry, genetics and microbiology. The program is offered on our Fergus Falls and Moorhead campuses.
Our small class sizes mean one-on-on attention from instructors, the opportunity for exciting classroom discussions and small group activities that will engage you in learning. All labs are taught by M State instructors.
The 60-credit degree provides M State students with the first two years of general education, transferable to a bachelor's degree. It also is excellent preparation for students interested in a pre-professional transfer program for a medical profession.
Biological Sciences Associate of Science (AS)
Locations: Fergus Falls, Moorhead
M State's Biological Sciences program has articulation agreements with Bemidji State University and Minnesota State University Moorhead. Graduates from M State's Biological Sciences AS program can transfer seamlessly into BSU's bachelor degree programs in Biology and MSUM's bachelor degree programs in Biology and Biology: Emphasis in Ecology and Evolutionay Biology.
Articulation agreements ensure that students completing specified coursework or degree programs at M State will transfer into designated programs at partner universities/colleges per the terms of the agreement. This cooperative effort eliminates or minimizes the questions and confusion that sometimes accompany transfer and allows our students to be confident that their degree from M State will satisfy a substantive portion of the completion requirements for the bachelor's degree at the university/college they will be attending.
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