Are you an analytical thinker? Are you curious, a puzzle solver or an innovator? Do you like to build things from the smallest particles to the largest structures? A career in the School of Math, Science & Engineering may be for you! Studies in physical and life sciences, math and engineering can lead to careers in the fields of biology, chemistry, engineering, environmental science, nutrition, physics and more. The School of Math, Science & Engineering helps students understand the universe we live in and develop the skills necessary to make the world a better place to live and work.
By becoming an Ag student at CBC, you can explore the limitless opportunities available for your career. Students can choose from a variety of AAS and certificate programs. Careers in agriculture are vast and provide many opportunities in a wide range of fields. Do you want to design agricultural machinery components and equipment, sketch and propose new sites and systems, scout fields and recommend herbicides, or meet with customers or businesses?
Explore the history of astronomy, the solar system, galaxies, cosmology and current topics. Participate in several night observation sessions as well.
From plants, soils and insects, to the structure and function of the human body, biology courses at CBC can assist in furthering your career and educational pursuits.
Chemistry at CBC is a robust program that includes all the necessary courses to prepare students for a career in the health sciences, to transfer to a four-year college for an engineering or science degree, and provides laboratory science classes for students that wish to complete their associate degree.
Learn from engineering professionals who will provide you with practical knowledge and hands-on training. Learning basic engineering principles, combined with drafting, design and surveying skills, provides you with the foundation you need to pursue Engineering and Engineering Technology.
Study the interrelationships of soil, air and water as they are affected by human activities.
Learn the science behind exercise and how it relates to fitness. Work toward becoming a personal trainer or transfer to a four-year institution.
Study the earth's physical structure and substance, its history and the processes that act on it.
Through all levels of math courses, gain what you need to successfully transfer or meet your workforce program requirements.