Biology

Jason Tasch, Ph.D.

Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology
Regina Hall - Room 320
Academic: 
  • Ph.D. Case Western Reserve University
  • M.S., B.S. The Ohio State University
Phone: 
216.373.6382
Email: 
jtasch@ndc.edu

Special Topics

Course Prefix: 
BI
Course Number: 
391, 392, 393,
Course Credits: 
1-3 cr.

Selected Topics

Course Prefix: 
BI
Course Number: 
291, 292, 293, 294
Course Credits: 
1-3

Angela C. Johnson, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Biology
Administration Bldg. - Room 454
Academic: 
  • Ph.D. Case Western Reserve University
  • B.S. Geneva College
Phone: 
216.373.5255
Fax: 
216.381.3802
Email: 
acjohnson@ndc.edu

Environmental Science Major

The Bachelor of Arts Degree in Environmental Science is designed for students who plan to seek employment in an environmentally related vocation immediately upon graduation. It is not intended to prepare the student for further graduate studies in the life or physical sciences or as preparation for medical, dental or veterinary programs.

Student Learning Outcomes

Students completing a major in Environmental Science will be able to:

Area of Concentration for Middle childhood license (Gr. 4-9)

20 Credits
Requirements:

BI 110, 111, or
112, 113 General Biology and Lab
BI 200, 201 Environmental Science and Lab
CH 100, 101 General Chemistry or
CH 111, 113 College Chemistry and Lab
CH 220, 221 Earth Science and Lab
PS 150, 151 Concepts in Physics and Lab
See EDUCATION for Professional Education Requirements.

Adolescent to Young Adult License in Life Science (Gr. 7-12)

54 Credits

Biology Requirements:
BI 110, 111,
112, 113 General Biology and Lab
BI 270, 271 Cell Biology and Lab
BI 310, 311 Ecology and Lab

Eight credits from:
BI 300, 301 Mammalian Anatomy and
Physiology I and Lab
BI 302, 303 Mammalian Anatomy and
Physiology II and Lab
BI 320 Evolution
BI 420, 421 Developmental Biology and Lab
Eight credits from:
BI 340, 341 Parasitology and Lab

Ecology/Environmental Science

BIOLOGY MAJOR (BS): ECOLOGY/ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE CONCENTRATION

24 to 27 additional credits to the Biology Program Core Credits
 

Comprehensive Biology

BIOLOGY MAJOR (BS): COMPREHENSIVE BIOLOGY CONCENTRATION

26 additional credits to the Biology Program Core Credits
 

The Comprehensive Biology program will prepare students for graduate studies and research, medicine, podiatry, dentistry, veterinary medicine, allied health and applied biology. Graduates will have acquired a broad foundation of knowledge in the biological and physical sciences as well as the ability to use this knowledge.
 

Exercise Science Concentration

BIOLOGY MAJOR (BA): EXERCISE SCIENCE CONCENTRATION

31 additional credits to the Biology Program Core Credits

The Exercise Science concentration is designed to prepare students interested in continuing their education through a graduate program to earn an advanced degree in physical therapy.

 

In addition to the core courses, the students choosing the Exercise Science concentration will complete the following requirements:
 

BI 300, 301        Human Anatomy and Physiology for Majors I and Lab

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