The natural sciences at South Arkansas Community College are an integral part of all the health science and education programs. These courses provide critical background knowledge essential to success in all health science certificate and degree programs as well as other programs. Grades earned in natural science courses are calculated into the grade point average (GPA) for admission into professional programs.
Many other colleges and universities offer professional baccalaureate and graduate level degree programs in the natural sciences. SouthArk students can complete an Associate of Arts degree at and transfer those credits to health and natural science majors at other colleges and universities in degree programs such as:
Students who are planning to transfer to other colleges and universities should always correspond with an advisor in the progrm to which they plan to transfer to formulate a plan of study and make sure that all courses completed at SouthArk will transfer to that degree program.
Chemistry 1024/L Chemistry I for Science Majors/Lab
Chemistry 1124/L Chemistry II for Science Majors/Lab
Chemistry 1064/L Fundamentals of Chemistry/Lab
Biology 1004/L Fundamentals of Biology/Lab
Biology 1024/L Vertebrate Zoology/Lab
Biology 1034/L General Botany/Lab
Biology 2003 Nutrition and Diet
Biology 2064/L Human Anatomy and Physiology I/Lab
Biology 2074/L Human Anatomy and Physiology II/Lab