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The Biology Program at Olympic College is designed to prepare a student for entrance into this field or industry.

Biology Life scientists study living organisms, their structure, evolutionary development, behavior and life processes.  Biologists are also interested in the relationship between animals, plants, microorganisms and their environments. 

The number and variety of plants and animals is vast, and life processes varied and complex; therefore, specialization is required early in upper division work. 

Come explore the display cases in our Science and Technology Building in Bremerton.

Biology Part-time Faculty

 In addition to the full-time faculty members listed above, many other qualified professors ser on a part-time basis. Although the partime faculty members serve as an integral aspect of our community, quarterly schedule changes preclude listing them individually.  For information on how to contact a part-time faculty member, please contact the Mathematics, Engineering, Sciences and Health (MESH) Division Office at 360-475-7700.

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