The Life Sciences degree provides students with a broad, general survey of scientifically accumulated knowledge. Students completing this degree could enter the workforce as scientific technicians or transfer into science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) majors at baccalaureate institutions with a primary focus on biological and life sciences. The A.S. in Life Science degree provides appropriate course sequencing for efficient transfer, reinforces and deepens core learning across the curriculum, and supports and strengthens the STEM infrastructure of the College.
Graduates can find employment as scientific technicians and in other entry-level positions in science/laboratories. Program graduates may want to consider transferring to obtain an advanced degree with potential employment as: pharmacists, biomedical engineers, biochemists, environmental scientists, biologists, etc.
Life Sciences Associate in Science
Life Sciences Honors Program
CMCC is proud to offer a Life Sciences Honors Program to students who are a part of the Life Sciences program and who qualify. Click here to learn more!