EFSC's Science & Math courses prepare students for careers in the high-tech, 21st-century workforce.
Eastern Florida State College's mathematics classes are designed to prepare students for upper-division work and generate awareness of the beauty and applicability of mathematics to their daily lives. Course offerings in the Science Department at EFSC include everything students need to prepare for engineering, nursing, pre-med, veterinary medicine, oceanography, physics and many other careers. Courses even include potential study abroad trips for "real-life" field experiences. Join us in our exploration of the natural world!
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Math and Science courses at EFSC support A.A. general education degree requirements as well as prerequisite courses a student is directed to complete before transferring with the A.A. to a university. Math and Science courses also support the A.S. degrees at EFSC, integrating the subjects to the applied side of technology or health sciences.
While Math and Science courses support multiple degree and certificate programs, below are a few program choices of interest to those who want to work in a scientific-related field.
Bachelor of Applied Science In Applied Health Sciences
• Biomedical Science Specialization
Associate in Science
• Chemical Technology
Related College Credit Certificates
• Scientific Workplace Specialist
Associate in Science
• Medical Laboratory Technology
The Science Department at EFSC is staffed with professional educators who have expertise in a wide range of scientific fields from astronomy to zoology. Course offerings prepare students for nursing, pre-med, engineering, veterinary medicine, oceanography, physics and many other careers. EFSC Science faculty participate in conferences, refereeing published works, and in the development of textbooks. We are committed to current research and trends in science and education.
The Medical Laboratory Technology Associate in Science degree is one of EFSC's Health Science Institute programs that draws from a strong background of biological sciences. The program appeals to students who are interested in biology and chemistry and who wish to work in a medical laboratory.
The Mathematics Department at EFSC has more than 30 full-time faculty members who teach more than 20 developmental and lower-division mathematics courses. We provide the same curriculum and instruction available at four-year institutions, with the added benefits of smaller classrooms, greater access to instructors and local access to higher education opportunities. Classes are offered at a variety of times, day and evening, and delivered in several formats, including traditional face-to-face, hybrid and fully online.