Focus on either biology and microbiology as you pursue your associate degree in biological sciences at UNH Manchester
What is biological sciences?
Biology is the study of life, exploring how living organisms from microbes to animals to ecosystems interact with one another and the environment. It concerns itself with questions of understanding the living world, its complex interrelationships, and the role of human beings within it. The biological sciences program builds a foundation in topics like evolution, microbiology, molecular and cellular biology, biodiversity and more.
Why study biological sciences at UNH Manchester?
The Associate of Science in biological sciences at UNH Manchester is designed to prepare you with the skills and knowledge fora career or further education in the life sciences. Offering diverse areas of study and hands-on laboratory experience, this program explores microbiology, plant biology, biochemistry, zoology and more. The A.S. fulfills requirements that can go toward a bachelor’s degree in biological sciences or biotechnology at UNH Manchester. As a terminal degree, the A.S. can prepare you for careers in education; food, water, wastewater and other industrial laboratories; clinical laboratories; biotechnology; environmental research and monitoring; animal behavior and more.
- Doctor of Medicine
- Occupational or physical therapist
- Physician assistant or pathologists’ assistant
- Research technician
- Science teacher