The Science, Math and Engineering Division offers a variety of programs that provide students with the skills necessary to compete in today's technical world. Students may work toward AA&S, or AAS degrees, as well as diplomas, certificates and career studies certificates.

The Science, Math & Engineering Division offers programs of study for students who desire to pursue transfer degrees (Associate of Science or Associate of Arts & Science) in the fields of Engineering and Science, two-year degrees in Applied Science, or credentials in Career Technical Education, including HVAC (Heating, Ventalation, and Air Conditioning), Machining, and Welding.  Transfer programs such as the Science and Engineering programs require 2 years of full-time study.  The Associate of Applied Science programs also require 2 years of full-time study, but typically prepare students to enter the workforce directly following program completion.  Students who complete Career Technical Educaiton programs are awarded a diploma, certificate, or career studies certificate, depending on the particular program, and are prepared to enter the workforce as entry level technicians.  Many of our CTE programs provide opportunities for students to gain nationally recognized credentials.  The programs vary in length, ranging from 1 - 2 years, dependent on enrollment status. 


Dr. Cynthia Wallin, Dean

Room 5236, Merritt Hall
Phone: 434-832-7707

Administrative Office Staff:

Amy McIvor
Room 5235, Merritt Hall
Phone:  434-832-7708