A&P Changes!

A&P Changes!

BIOL 2304/2101 (Human Anatomy) last offered Summer '16, BIOL 2305/2102 (Human Physiology) last offered Fall '16, BIOL 2401 (Anatomy and Physiology I) first offered Fall '16 Read more

Attention BIOL 2401 Students

In order to register for BIOL 2401 – A&PI, you must pass the A&PI assessment test.  Beginning Friday 6/3/16, this assessment test will be available at all assessment testing centers.  Please note it can take up to FIVE (5) business days for student records to be cleared for registration.  You may try and register starting 24-48 hours after testing but do not call the Biology Dept. (512-223-0076) regarding permission until FIVE (5) business days have passed.  You will be granted permission for THREE (3) semesters once you have passed the assessment test. Please note: if you have previously passed BOTH the Anatomy and Physiology assessment tests, you will need to call the Biology department at (512-223-3320), or send us an email in order to have your registration hold removed for BIOL 2401.

Welcome to Biology

ACC Biology faculty and staff are committed to providing an outstanding education to all students taking biology and to helping every student succeed in biology courses. Lectures and labs are linked and taught by a single faculty member for nearly all our courses. We provide individual attention by having no more than 24 students in our lecture/lab sections and no more than 36 in our lecture-only sections. Biology faculty members are available during office hours for one-on-one help, and all our campuses have biology tutors ready to answer your questions. In addition, our faculty are happy to talk with you about your career goals and how to achieve them.

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About Us

We are a large, active department offering more than 25 freshman and sophomore college courses on 9 campuses and several community centers. And we are building new labs and classrooms in Hays and at the former Highland Mall. We have almost 100 full-time and adjunct faculty members that have studied at universities all around the world and trained in a wide range of areas.

As indicated in our mission statement, Biology primarily serves 4 different populations of students: 1) Biological Sciences majors transferring to university. 2) Transferring students completing their Natural Sciences core courses. 3) Health Sciences students completing prerequisite courses. 4) Students preparing to enter Biotech or other workforce or certificate programs.

We invite you to join us in exploring the beautiful world of nature and life around us.

Mission Statement

To prepare Biology students with fundamental biological skills and knowledge needed to transfer to another program or institution. To provide general education that prepares students to think critically and apply their knowledge of biological sciences to problems and concerns facing our society. To prepare students with fundamental biological skills and knowledge needed to enter and succeed in a workforce program or certificate.