Cecil’s engineering program teaches students the principles of science and math needed to develop cost-effective and eco-friendly solutions to many issues. Cecil’s students prepare to transfer to a four-year institution to complete a bachelor’s degree. Engineering careers are on the rise, exceeding the national average. Cecil opened a state-of-the-art Engineering & Math building in fall 2014. Students can earn an associate of science degree in the following specialties:
Physics & Geosciences
The Associate of Science degree in Physics and our Geosciences programs prepare students to transfer to four-year
institutions for continued study. These areas offer unique opportunities to students interested in a career in the natural sciences. Students complete many field studies and go on many trips to different places. Careers in these areas are, but not limited to,physicist, biologist, meteorologist, geologist, and oceanographer.
Physics & Geoscience Options:
The Horticulture Science program offers a selection of science and horticulture courses for students wanting to pursue a career in horticulture sciences and
plant biology. This program will serve students interested in the fields of nursery production, greenhouses, landscape construction and contracting, and plant sciences. Students work to transfer to a four-year institution or gain initial employment.
Career Opportunities (but not limited to):
- Landscape Technician
- State Extension Specialist