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Biology Associate's Degrees

More often than not, you can complete a biology associate degree program in a period of one to two years. Students who take these programs are usually those who are interested in biology and natural sciences, but are still not sure whether to finish science-related bachelor programs or pursue a medical degree. The basic knowledge of biology concepts and other sciences typically covered in an associate degree program should help a student make the decision whether they wish to continue their education at a university (perhaps for a baccalaureate degree) or look for entry-level positions in science and technology.

If you no longer want to pursue further studies after getting a biology associate degree, you can begin seeking out entry-level science positions instead. For starters, you can look for a position in state parks or national parks in and out of the country. Furthermore, you could also work as technician or assistant in academic institutions, corporations or even nonprofit organizations.

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