There are currently two lecture only astronomy courses offered: Descriptive Astronomy which is a survey of astronomy and Life in the Universe which covers various aspects of life beyond Earth.
The biology program serves a diverse population of students, including Biology majors, Nursing majors, students in Allied Health, and students seeking to fulfill a laboratory science requirement.
All chemistry courses offered at JJC include lab experience in modern, well-equipped facilities. Students will have "hands-on" experience with instruments.
Computer Aided Design and Drafting
Computer Aided Design and Drafting Program provides courses in the mechanical, architectural and related design and engineering disciplines.
Electrical/Electronic Automated Systems (EEAS)
JJC’s Electrical/Electronic Automated Systems program was designed for students that like hands-on training, troubleshooting, critical thinking and the ability to sometimes work under pressure.
Electronics Engineering Technology (EET)
The EET program is committed to teaching excellence in all facets of electronics and strives to provide students with the technical knowledge and skills to compete in the field of electronics.
Students may choose to study weather and climate or landforms for lab science credit, or they may investigate social science aspects by examining economic or cultural geography.
A Human Services Professional is a generic term for people who hold professional and paraprofessional jobs in diverse settings such as group homes, mental health centers, and family service agencies.
Natural Sciences & Physical Education
JJC's Natural Sciences and Physical Education Dept. encompasses a wide range of disciplines, including astronomy, biology, chemistry and physics.
Orthotics and Prosthetics Technology
Orthotics and Prosthetics are the rapidly changing fields involving orthopedic braces and artificial limbs.
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