Math and Sciences
Students planning to complete degrees in the math and sciences may particularly benefit from the Associate in Science program (A.S.). This program provides a foundation in the sciences and skills gained are applicable in many different vocations.
This degrees consist primarily of diverse, introductory-level courses in general education and professional areas and require at least 62 semester credit hours. Required courses for the A.S. degree place greater emphasis on the sciences than the A.A. The Associate in Science degrees prepare students for transfer to baccalaureate programs and meets General Education Transfer Agreement (403.7) requirements. It does not designate a specific program or major.
Areas in Which You Can Further Your Study
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|Engineering||Environmental Science||Food and Nutrition||Food and Science|
|Medicine||Interdisciplinary Studies||Mortuary Science||Mathematics|
|Occupational Therapy||Optometry||Pharmacy||Physical Science|
|Physics||Radiologic Technology||Veterenary Medicine|