Math and Science

Independence Community College takes pride in its science and math fields of study. 

The Associate Degrees in Engineering, Mathematics, and Physical Sciences, Biology, Athletic Training and Pre-Nursing are intended to enable students to complete the necessary courses at the freshman and sophomore level in pursuit of Bachelor of Science Degrees in their respective areas.

Athletic Training

The ICC Athletic Training Program provides quality instruction and clinical education in Athletic Training and supports the discipline of sports medicine through education, scholarly activity and service in the areas of prevention, clinical evaluation and diagnosis, immediate care, treatment, rehabilitation and reconditioning of injury, organization, administration and professional responsibility.

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Each student wishing to receive a degree in a science program should consult with a science advisor prior to enrolling in my courses. The Biology program at Independence Community College offers introductory courses in Biology, from General Biology (non-majors) to Biology I, Biology II, Anatomy and Physiology, Anatomy and Physiolgoy II and Microbiology. These courses provide an excellent foundation to students to continue their education in any biological field in a four year college or university or into allied health programs.


Engineering, Mathematics, and Physical Science

The Associate of Science Degree in Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences is intended to enable students to complete the necessary courses at the freshman and sophomore level in pursuit of a Bachelor of Science Degree in the areas of chemistry, engineering, mathematics or physics. Students needs to choose an area of emphasis at the time of choosing this program. 

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Health Physical Education Recreation

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The pre-nursing curriculum is designed for students who are planning to enter the field of nursing and pursuing a Bachelor of Nursing degree. Students considering nursing as a career should consult the catalog of the college they wish to attend to ensure transfer of all courses. Different schools may have different requirements. 



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