Science, Math, & Engineering
Do you have excellent problem-solving and critical-thinking skills? Or maybe you’re that special combination of analytical and creative. If either of these sounds like you, then a career in science, math, or engineering may be a great fit. We have 15 degree and certificate options available, including Biology, Engineering, Chemistry, Drafting, General Science, Geographic Information Systems Technology, Geology, Mathematics, Pre-Mortuary Science, and Small Unmanned Ariel Systems.
Our degree and certificate programs are designed to either provide you with a solid foundation to transfer to a four-year institution or begin work in your chosen field.
Science, Math, & Engineering Degrees and Certificates
Gain the foundational principles needed to pursue a career in fields requiring biology with an AS degree. Courses will introduce specialties within the field of biology and prepare you to transfer to a four-year institution.
Conceive and design processes involved in chemical manufacturing. Chemical engineers design and troubleshoot processes for the production of chemicals, pharmaceuticals, foods, fuels, and more. Our AS in Chemical Engineering was developed in collaboration with New Mexico State Univeristy’s College of Engineering to provide all of the courses in the first two years of their four-year program.
Gain the foundational principles needed to pursue a career in fields requiring chemistry with an AS degree. Courses will introduce specialties within the field of chemistry and prepare you to transfer to a four-year institution or find employment as a chemical technician.
Start your career as a civil or mechanical drafter with an AAS degree or certificate. Learn to create working drawings, computer simulations, topographical relief maps, and working diagrams of machinery and mechanical devices.
Take the first steps to become a mechanical, electrical, civil, environmental, or aerospace engineer with an AS in Engineering. Your associate degree will prepare you to transfer to New Mexico State University, University of New Mexico, or New Mexico Tech as a junior.
Geographic information is used in diverse industries to make effective analytical decisions. Learn how to collect, manage, and analyze geographic information with an associate of applied science degree or certificate.
Learn the composition, processes, and history of the earth. Our Associate of Science in Geology will prepare you to transfer to a Bachelor of Science in Geology program at a four-year university.
Turn your love of math into a career with an Associate of Science in Mathematics. Career opportunities for math majors include actuary, statistician, health sciences, and education.
Prepare for a career in funeral services. Through our certificate program, you’ll complete the general education and pre-requisite course requirements for the Associate of Applied Science in Mortuary Science at Arapahoe Community College.
Enter the exciting and thriving industry of drone technology. With an associate degree or certificate from this program, you’ll be prepared to complete the FAA Part 107 exam and qualify for employment as a SUAS pilot, operator, observer, sensor operator, or operations administrator. You’ll also learn how to build and maintain drones.
Science, Math, & Engineering Non-Degree Program
Go on a cosmic journey, exploring the mysteries of the universe and unveiling the wonders of celestial bodies. From studying distant galaxies to investigating our own solar system, prepare to embark on an awe-inspiring adventure that will expand your knowledge of the cosmos and ignite your curiosity about the vastness of space.