Our physical science courses for non-science majors help open your eyes to the world around you: the nonliving matter, energy and physical properties of the universe. The study of physical science has brought us many innovations, including telescopes, eyeglasses, power sources, hearing aids, audio, video, and stereo production equipment and Global Positioning System (GPS).
Uncover how the universe began by taking classes in astronomy. One of the oldest sciences, astronomy studies celestial objects that originate outside Earth’s atmosphere.
Our Earth Science survey courses give you an overview of the scientific disciplines devoted to studying the planet.
Our environmental sustainability classes looks at human interaction with the natural and constructed environment. We also offer an A.S. degree in Environmental Science Technology.
We know how mountains, volcanoes and earthquakes are formed by studying geology, the science of the earth's physical structure and substance, its history and its natural processes.
Forecasting the weather begins with meteorology, the study of the Earth’s atmosphere. And as technology advances, so will the field of meteorology.
Covering 70 percent of the planet with an average depth of several thousand feet, the world’s oceans are a world unto themselves. Through oceanography, you learn about the physical and biological aspects of the oceans.
If you plan to major in science, our science courses give you smaller classes and more attention from professors.
Our geology courses for science majors give you an in-depth look at geological processes.
The most fundamental of all sciences, physics seeks to understand the behavior and structure of matter and serves as a foundation for science majors.
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