Math, Science, Technology and Health

Welcome to the Division of Math, Science,
Technology and Health

The Division of Math, Science, Technology and Health includes a variety of different disciplines, including aviation science, astronomy, chemistry, biology, computer science, computer information systems, environmental science, geology, geography, mathematics, a nanoscale materials technology program, and physics.

We take pride in having a faculty committed to the highest standards of Mathematics, Science, Technology and Health education. We are committed to teaching with the latest technology in our fields, so that our graduates receive the most up-to-date education, whether their goal is to enter the workplace immediately upon graduation, or to transfer to a four-year college.

Facilities in the Division of Mathematics, Science, Technology and Health include state-of-the-art electronic classrooms and modern science laboratories.

New Biotechnology Programs:

The Biotechnology program is designed to meet the needs of an expanding biotechnology industry in the Capital Region as well as throughout the United States. Numerous opportunities in research and development and manufacturing facilities have been identified. 

The Biological Technician program is designed to meet the need for trained technicians proficient in the techniques used in biological laboratories. The program provides practical knowledge and experience with the equipment, processes, and protocols routinely used as a biological technician.