The Biology and Physical Science departments offer a wide range of classes to meet the needs of our students. Our classes in life and physical sciences (Chemistry and Physics) prepare students to complete their various vocational programs, to enter a professional training program in Allied Health, or to continue their education at an institution of higher learning. Our courses give students the opportunity to establish a firm foundation of scientific inquiry by developing crucial skills in observation, analysis, and critical thinking. With these skills students are prepared to pursue challenging and rewarding careers and educational goals.
Come Join us for Science Fridays!
Interested in knowing more about science? On the second Friday of each month you can join us in ATC 116 to find out more about selected science topics. These one hour seminars are free and open to anyone, including the community. So come join in the fun and learn a little something along the way!
September 12th – “The Chemistry of Sex” by Dr. John Fields
October 10th - "Biological Coin Toss" by Dr. Walter Brannen (genetics)
November 14th - "How Big is Big" by Dr. Terrence Maher (Astronomy lecture) followed by an opportunity to tour our planetarium! Come
December 12th - Plants with Ms. Chrisha Dolan
*seminars will begin at 11am in ATC 116 unless otherwise noted
Looking for some unique classes to take for the Spring 2015 semester?
Why not check out the following classes!
If you're interested in learning more about birds and all the cool things they do then check out BIO 235 - Ornithology with Mr. Stephens.
Want to learn all about space and our solar system - then check out Astronomy AST 151 with Dr. Terrence Maher!