Biology Department

The Biology Department at Anoka-Ramsey Community College offers a variety of courses for the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum and general education, and in preparation for allied health fields and transfer to Biology Major programs at four-year institutions. We have excellent, state-of-the-art facilities at both campuses (click here to see Coon Rapids or Cambridge) and well-qualified faculty and staff with a diverse array of expertise.

Below are links to specific biology courses and information about allied health programs at ARCC and transfer information.

A.S. in Biology Information about Anoka Ramsey's new Biology A.S. degree
A.S. in Environmental Science Information about Anoka Ramsey's Environmental Science A.S. degree
Anatomy & Physiology Information helpful to both BIOL2113 and BIOL2114 students
Independent Research Program Information and application material for new independent research summer program with the University of Minnesota
Service Learning Biology Field Program Information about the Service Learning Project involving a raptor survey
Minnesota Transfer Provides information on transfer between all of Minnesota's public education institutions
ARCC Biomedical Technology Program 1 A.S. degree & 2 certificate programs at Coon Rapids
ARCC Nursing Program For 2-year R.N. and L.P.N. mobility Programs at both campuses
ARCC PTA Program Physical Therapy Assistant (A.A.S.) at Coon Rapids

Biology Faculty 2011

Graduation May 2011 at Coon Rapids (from l to r):

Front row: Paula Croonquist, Kristen Genet, Melissa Mills, Jennifer Braido & Joan McKearnan
Back row: Terry Teppen, Gary Nelson, Melanie Waite-Altringer & Shawn Magner

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Last Updated -July 19, 2016

Comments or Problems contact:

Melanie Waite-Altringer or  Joan McKearnan or Terry Teppen