Associate of Science in
Associate of Science in Geosciences Cecil College
Geoscience is an area of science that is becoming more popular as concerns about our environment and our planet move increasingly to the forefront of our daily news. Topics such as climate change, weather abnormalities, and natural disasters are phenomena the geoscientist investigates. This program will expose you to the diversity of geoscience specialties to help you find the most exciting area for your career. Cecil College offers a selection of natural and geoscience courses for students wishing to pursue a study program with concentrations in geology, meteorology, or ocean studies.
This program offers a selection of natural and geoscience courses for students wishing to pursue a study program with concentrations in geology, meteorology, or ocean studies. The curriculum meets the needs of students who plan to transfer to a 4-year college that grants bachelor's degrees in various areas of the geosciences. Geoscientists study the physical aspects of the earth to learn about its past, present, and future. Geoscience students have skills that are in high demand: data analysis, problem-solving, and an ability to communicate complex ideas. Students with a bachelor’s degree in geoscience may continue their education, enter government or industry.