Fascinated with patterns, sequences, theories and order?Interested in how the natural world functions and how humans interact with the world around us? Curious about how physical, biological, and human processes shape the landscape in which we live?
Studies in Mathematics and Science at CCBC can satisfy your interest in topics ranging from the earth and oceans below us to the infinite skies above. You’ll gain knowledge and real-world experience as you prepare for advanced studies or the beginning of an exciting career.
State-of-the-art lab facilities, cutting-edge technology and engaging faculty enhance your exploration of areas as diverse as Biotechnology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Astronomy, Geospatial Applications, Physics, Oceanography and much more.
Do you love to look at stars? Astronomy is an endlessly fascinating science and your career in astronomy begins here at CCBC! Learn more »
Biology is the study of living organisms, their structure, life processes, and their interactions with each other and their environment. Learn more »
Students will study the composition, behavior (or reaction), structure, and properties of matter. Learn more »
Environmental Science is the study of how the natural world functions and how humans interact with the world around us. Learn more »
Crime scene investigation is all over TV. You see a technician dust for fingerprints and another is photographing a room where something bad happened. But it’s not just acting! You can have a rewarding career in forensic science. Learn more »
Geography studies how physical, biological, and human processes shape the landscape in which we live and cause regions to differ from each other. Learn more »
Gain knowledge to relate the Earth’s dynamic processes to its composition, structure and surface features. Learn more »
Mathematics is an essential base to hundreds of professions in hundreds of industries. CEOs, lab technicians, interior designers, retail store owners, and construction site supervisors, just to name a few, all rely on mathematics every day. Learn more »
Meteorology draws upon many sources for its material because of its attempts to describe processes and changes in the atmosphere. Learn more »
In this program, students will be able to describe the general topography of the ocean floor; plot and interpret data concerning the chemical and physical properties of seawater. Learn more »
Students use data to solve chemistry problems; and perform physics experiments and write coherent laboratory reports. Learn more »
The green movement towards restoration and preservation of the earth’s resources is contributing to the rapid growth of the sustainable landscape and horticulture industry. Learn more »