Searching for a community college that feels right for you can be exhausting. Although, there are some good ones, they’re just not great. Well below are the top 5 community colleges for science majors that could possibly be the one for you.
1. Craven Community College
This college has a 64 hour Associate in Science degree program that is designed for students that are planning on transferring to a higher college or university to get a degree in Bachelors of Science. They offer many courses and have four concentrations along with a pre-major for students preparing for specific science majors.
Degree: Associate in Science
2. Bucks Community College
This college has every course that any student majoring in any science major can think of. Bucks was founded in 1964, and since then, they have advanced their college as a stepping stone to a Bachelor’s degree and an institution granting Associate degrees and certificates. Most graduates at this college transfer to four year colleges throughout the nations and even out of the country.
Degrees: Biology, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Computer/information Science, Engineering, Physics
3. Lane Community College
Lane gives students that are planning to major in physical and biological sciences the right courses to complete their first two years of their study successfully. This school gives students the choice of choosing from dozens of offerings that will meet the general education requirements in science and move on to a four-year college or university. Lane had many different science degrees to offer.
Degrees: Associate of Applied Science
4.Eastern Maine Community College (Bangor, MC)
This college is famously known for having the highest quality, transfer education, and for serving as an economic development resource that offers various science degrees. Eastern Maine has a child care center, dining services, and housing assistance. This is a great college for those that want to study away from home or want a college that has more to provide.
Degrees: Associate in Applied Science
5. Alabama Southern Community College (Jackson, AL)
This college has four campuses and offers small classes for those that are better off with a lower crowd in order to focus. This college is top rated because it had graduated over 80,000 students and has the best technology labs in the south.
Degrees: Business and Economics, Agricultural Science, Biological Services, Chemistry,etc.
For more information about these colleges, feel free to visit the links below.
Craven : www.cravencc.edu/educational/degrees/associate-science.cfm
Buck : www.bucks.edu/catalog/majors.php
Lane : www.lanecc.edu/collegecatalog/degrees.html
Eastern Maine : www.emcc.edu/Academics/ProgramOfferings/Pages/default.aspx
Alabama Southern : www.ascc.edu/