The Tampa Bay Bridge to the Baccalaureate Program is for SPC students who want to pursue degrees in STEM fields.
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Scientific breakthroughs such as food production, preventive medicine, genetic cloning, petroleum mining and the discovery of new planets have helped define modern civilization. Scientific fields also provide some of the highest-paying jobs around. The Natural Sciences department at St. Petersburg College can give you the foundation for further science studies or open your eyes to the laws that govern the natural world.
From anatomy to zoology, our Natural Science courses provide a deeper understanding and appreciation of the role of science in your life. These courses will help you meet general education requirements or prepare you for your bachelor's degree.
Our biological science courses lay the groundwork for your future scientific studies.
Our physical science courses help open your eyes to the world around you: the nonliving matter, energy and physical properties of the universe.
Most health science A.S. degree programs at SPC require you take support or major courses in human anatomy and physiology.
Our bachelor's degree in Biology prepares you for a career in health care, education, conservation or research or to continue graduate work or medical, dental or veterinary school.
New! Our A.S. degree in Biotechnology Laboratory Technology gives you the hands-on skills to join a growing field.
Our A.S. degree in Environmental Science offers specialized tracks to prepare you for a career and transfers to our Bachelor of Applied Science in Sustainability Management.
Our biological and physical sciences courses can help you meet the general education or elective requirements or common prerequisites for a bachelor's degree. Check the statewide Common Prerequisites Manual for the classes you will need for your major.
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