Services offered Math/Science Center, CM-441A:
The Faculty of the Mathematics and Sciences Division are an impressive group of professionals who are devoted to the success of their students. Most of the faculty members hold a Ph.D. in their field of expertise. Your teacher may have an advanced degree from UC Berkeley, Arizona State, or Princeton University. Your teacher may be one of our local, regional, or national award winners. Your teacher may have worked for NASA, the Arizona Botanical Garden, or the U.S. Navy. Most importantly, your teacher will be approachable and interested in your success.
The Mathematics Department at Scottsdale Community College fosters an environment t
From the Grand Canyon to SCC’s GeoScene to your own backyard, Arizona is a fabulous place to study geology.
In addition to the course offerings listed below, resources for current geology students and details about geology on campus are available through our showcase site.
Engineering majors are advised to take a math course each semester upon entering Scottsdale Community College and to take chemistry and physics courses as soon as math skills are adequate. In addition, students are advised to defer some general studies requirements (humanities, social sciences, etc.) until after transfer to a university.
Scottsdale Community College offers many lower-division courses in computer science and computer systems engineering. Our goal is to provide transfer students and computer professionals with a solid education in the fundamental principles and concepts of computer science. These courses may be of interest to the transfer student interested in a Computer Science degree:
The Chemistry Department at Scottsdale Community College offers a full selection of courses applicable to the first two years of a college degree. Our courses transfer to almost every college and university in the U.S. Our new Chemistry facilities define a new standard for safety and excellence. All of the residential faculty hold a Ph.D. in Chemistry and have chosen to focus their talents in the classroom, serving students. Tracking studies show that our students perform as well, or better than other students in subsequent chemistry courses at ASU.