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Back row: L to R: Dr. Michael Gregory, Dr. Amy Ryan, Dr. Francine Jolicoeur,
Janice Padula, Gib Brown
Front row: Mike Lawliss, Dr. Lynn Fowler (Department Chair), Gary Henry 

Liberal Arts Math & Science A.S. Degree

The Science Department offers the Liberal Arts (A.S.) degree in Math & Science. The Liberal Arts field is a general education degree that requires a student to take a sampling of courses in each of the various liberal arts disciplines— humanities, social sciences, mathematics, and science. The Math/Science major will take additional courses in the mathematics area (math, statistics, etc.) and sciences area (biology, chemistry, environmental science, physics, etc.). Upon transfer to a senior level college for the junior year of study, the student is prepared to take upper-level courses in math or science. Students in liberal arts often go on to graduate school for even more specialized training or go into the fields of law and medicine.