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An Associate of Science degree with a biology concentration from San Juan College can provide you a solid foundation in biology that can build to a Bachelor's of Science (BS) degree, and then to a rewarding career in a number of fields.
We offer an Associate of Science (AS) degree with a chemistry concentration, primarily for transfer students who will go on to pursue a Bachelors or advanced degree; however, some of our AS graduates find employment as Chemical Technicians in the Rocky Mountain region as well as nationwide.
San Juan Colleges Associates of Science (AS) degree in Engineering has been designed to articulate with New Mexico State University, University of New Mexico and New Mexico Tech, which means that upon graduation, you can transfer with junior-level status.
Students can take classes in chemistry, biology, botany, zoology, geology, and physics. With so many classes to choose from, you can personalize your degree, making it well-rounded or specialized, depending on your interests and career goals.
San Juan College offers an Associate of Science degree with a concentration in Geology for students interested in transferring to four-year institutions to complete a bachelor's or other advanced degree.
A Horticulture degree will prepare you to work in an area that is receiving increased interest - landscape water and energy conservation techniques.
At San Juan College, we offer an Associates of Science (AS) degree in Mathematics that will prepare you to transfer to a four-institution to pursue your bachelor's degree.
The San Juan College Pre-Medical Sciences program is designed to provide you with the basic competencies, knowledge, and skills in anatomy and physiology, biology, chemistry, and physics that are required to transfer to a baccalaureate degree program.