Advising is the first step to success for students at Bellevue College. No matter what your background and goals, we have advisors ready to assist you on your path. Students interested in the Molecular Biosciences programs should meet with an academic advisor or program advisor prior to registering for classes. Watch the video, “Explore Molecular Biosciences at BC!” if you would like to learn more about the programs prior to scheduling an appointment with an advisor.
Students who are still exploring their academic options and career pathways will benefit from first seeing an academic advisor.
Students who are interested in earning the Molecular Sciences Technician associate’s degree can meet with an academic or program advisor to plan the first part of their education.
Students interested in pursuing the Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Molecular Biosciences should meet with a program advisor to plan your education according to your academic history and goals.
All prospective students are encouraged to attend at least one information session to learn more about prerequisite courses, the application process and other program details. Please check out upcoming information sessions for the Molecular Biosciences program and select the session that is right for you. Register today!
We have provided sample education plans so students have a general idea of what their schedules may look like while in the programs. Students’ actual education plans vary considerably depending on previous academic coursework and goals, so it is essential to meet with an academic or program advisor to create a customized plan.
Students should register early to avoid waitlists and late registration. It is highly recommended that you register as early as possible. Seats in general education courses such as ENGL& 235 or BUS& 101 cannot be guaranteed by our program. Please note special registration and payment deadlines each quarter on the Academic Calendar. Learn more about registration…
Tuition & Fees
Bellevue College offers affordable tuition rates at all levels. Tuition and fee rates are set by the Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges (SBCTC) which acts upon legislative authority. These rates are set on an annual basis, and are differentiated by residence and course level. Learn more about tuition and fees…
Last Updated September 13, 2021