Why Science?

Science builds and organizes knowledge in the form of testable explanations and predictions. Students can select an area of science based on interest: the study of life and living organisms; the origin, history and structure of the earth; properties, reactions, and the structure of matter; or matter and energy. There are some opportunities for employment after two years, many careers require a Bachelor of Science degree. Students planning to complete a four-year degree should enroll in the A.S. program.

Potential Careers:
Environmental Scientist
Wildlife/Field Biologist
Doctor, Dentist, Chiropractor
Conservation Officer

Associate of General Studies - AGS - 62 hours
Associate of Science - AS - 62 hours

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Meet the Faculty

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  • A photo of Bryan Bombardier.
    Bryan Bombardier
    Department Chair and Instructor in Biological Science
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  • A photo of Taryn Cypra.
    Taryn Cipra
    Instructor in Science
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    Vincent Isakson
    Instructor in Chemistry
  • Instructor in Physical Science
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  • Instructor in Biological Science
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    Amanda Wolf
    Secretary, Division of Math, Science, & Tech Programs and Lab Assistant
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