Indigenous Science – A.A.

The program is designed for students to receive an Associates of Arts Degree in Indigenous Science upon completion of the requirements. The program will provide students with an opportunity to customize their educational background to fit the student’s future four-year Science major of choice. This degree allows for flexibility, whether pursuing a concentration in any STEM area, or a broad overview of the STEM field. Graduates of the Associate in Arts Degree in Indigenous Science can transition into a four-year STEM Bachelor of Science degree.

LLTC Graduates in the Indigenous Science program can pursue great careers or 4-year degrees in the following fields:
Forestry, Wildlife, and Natural Resource Management
Geographic Information Systems
Information Technology and Data Science
Science and Environmental Education
Social Work, Counseling, and Psychology
Civil Engineering and Water Resource Management
Medicine and Veterinary Science
Tribal and Urban Planning
Agriculture and Soil Science
Environmental Science and Pollution Control
Environmental or IT Consulting

A few of the incredible courses offered by our Indigenous Science Department:
College Algebra
Environmental Chemistry
Environmental Science
Freshwater Studies
Geographic Information Systems
Introduction to Computer Science
Race and Ethnicity
Renewable Energy
Woodland Plants
Web Page Design

LLTC Indigenous Science Clubs:
Rocket Club
Robotics Challenges

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63 Credits