The Science Program is designed to prepare a student for entry-level studies in general science and a concentration in a specific field of science. The student has the option to begin secondary education course work. The courses are tailored to meet the needs of the student who will transfer to a four-year degree program in a Science major.
- The student will be able to apply the general knowledge and skills which are fundamental to a variety of academic disciplines.
- The student will be able to demonstrate the proper use of environmental sampling equipment in the classroom and in the field according to accepted “Standard Methods.”
- The student will be able to describe, orally and in writing, the similarities and differences > between traditional native versus modern views of the Earth.
- The student will be able to describe biological, chemical and physical influences on the environment from human activities.
- The student will demonstrate general knowledge of current environmental issues on local, regional and global scales.
- The student will able to describe the interactions between and the interdependence of the Earth’s ecosystems.
Professional Course Requirements:
- BIO 151 Biology II
- CHEM 121 Chemistry I
- CHEM 122 Chemistry II
Elective – Choose from one of the following:
- GEOL 100 Earth Science -OR
- PHY 105 Physical Science
Science Area Concentration:
Minimum of three classes from Science, all the same prefix BIO, CHEM, GEOL, PHY
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Last updated April 1, 2016