Science and Engineering


Do you want to know how things work and enjoying solving problems? Are you detail-oriented?
 
The Science and Engineering pathway may interest students who like to research, complete experiments, design and improve systems or work with animals and the environment. Skills needed in these fields include high levels of critical thinking and problem-solving, teamwork and attention to detail.
 
Students interested in pursuing further education can start at LCCC and transfer credits to other institutions, many of which hold transfer agreements. For further information, speak with an academic advisor.
 
Partial List of Possible Careers:
Biologist*
Biomedical Technician
Chemical Engineer*
Data Analyst
Engineer*
Laboratory Assistant
Materials Scientist*
Park Naturalist*
Teacher/Professor*
Veterinary Technician
*Please note that some careers require additional education, including a bachelor’s or master’s degree.
 
Ways to explore this pathway:
Job shadow a person in your career of interest
Join a math/science club at LCCC
Prepare a project for a science fair
Teach youth at a science camp or after-school program
Work with faculty to publish your research

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Please note that some careers require additional education, including a bachelor’s or master’s degree. You can get started at LCCC to complete your associate degree, then transfer credits to earn your bachelor’s degree.

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