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October 22, 2019

Rellis Students

RELLIS Students Left to Right: Brooke Mitchell, Reid Perry, Aleena Zaidi, Tyler Scott, Leone Arenas Rangell, Stephen Zissimos, Lee Saunder, and Guadalupe Ordonez.  Along with TAMUT mascot ACE!

October 4, 2019

RELLIS Days 2019

RELLIS Open House at the RELLIS Campus in Bryan. Pictured left to right:  Dr. Del Doughty (Dean of CASE), 3 prospective students, Ms. Katelyn Sloan (Coordinator of Community College Transfer Center) and Dr. Dr. Sebastian Schmidl (Assistant Professor of Biology, RELLIS Coordinator).

September 21, 2019

biology field trip

The Biology 443 (Paleozoology) class took a field trip to the Mineral Wells, Texas, area.  The students found and cataloged some wonderful fossils from a 300 million year old coral reef that would have been near the equator at the time the rocks formed.  This area dates from a time when the planet was going through warming and cooling cycles - the middle of the hill is characteristic of deep water, during a global melt, and the top and bottom are from ancient ice ages, when the water was at its shallowest. Pictured left to right: Neha Amberkar, Maritza Velazquez, Dr. Ben Neuman, Adrian Montemayor, Charles Cole and David Ames.

Biology is the science that seeks to understand life on every level, from a strong molecular foundation up through genes, cells, tissues, organisms and beyond, to the way organisms interact in an ecosystem.  We study the living world - how it changes through the process of evolution, and how living things respond to the changing climate.

The Bachelor of Science in Biology degree offers concentrations in chemistry, environmental sciences, and pre-health sciences programs. A minor in chemistry is also offered, as well as teaching certifications with a focus in science education. There is also a graduate education program with a focus in science education.

A&M-Texarkana Biology graduates can pursue advanced studies in biology, medicine, law, journalism, and business, while others may go on to hold positions in environmental science, instructional positions, industrial or governmental research labs, biochemistry, food science, or pharmaceuticals.

Bachelor of Science in Biology

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Biology with Environmental Science Minor

Biology with Pre-Health Minor

Biology with Chemistry Minor

Bachelor of Science in Biology (4-8 Certification)

Bachelor of Science in Biology (7-12 Certification) Composite Science

Bachelor of Science in Biology (7-12 Certification) Life Science

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Biology students find freshwater jellyfish in local lake.

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