Science / Mathematics / Engineering
The Science Division seeks to inspire an attitude of discovery, critical thinking, lifelong learning, and inquiry in the science, math, and technological fields. The Division believes that a broad array of transfer and technical courses are necessary to serve the diverse requirements of the community. It continues to explore, develop, and modify programs and courses to help students develop skills, take ownership of scientific concepts, and build a foundation on which to make lifelong decisions and contributions relating to careers and as members of the community.
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Professional Technical Programs
Science Summer Camps 2018
|Camp Name||Audience||2018 Dates|
|Grades 9-10||June 25-29|
|Project Biotech Week 2: Biotechnology
& Infectious Disease: Tracking Pandemic Flu
or camp alumni
|Project Biotech Week 3: Biotechnology
& Cancer: Causes, Cures, Careers
or camp alumni
|Forensics Science Summer Camp 1||Grades 7-9||TBA|
|Forensics Science Summer Camp 2||Grades 7-9||TBA|
|Washington STEM Educator Solar Institute||Middle or high school
teachers in STEM or
As a student at SCC, you will have the opportunity to interact directly with our outstanding, award-winning faculty who are interested in your education goals. Our faculty are also your advisors and are available to answer your questions. Click on the department/program name at left for more details of each program and faculty contact information.
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*Shoreline Community College is considering a sole source purchase of the Leica EZ4 Dissecting Microscope and Accessories.