Most Science Technicians need at least an Associate Degree in Applied Science Technology. After obtaining their degree, they can transfer to a university to earn a Bachelor's Degree in an area that interests them. Fields that need Science Technicians include Biological, Geological and Petroleum, Environmental Science and Protection, Forensic, Engineering, Broadcast and Sound, Physics, Information Systems, Health, and Chemistry among others.
Professor Seremet has been teaching for CSM for 25 years and earned the Faculty Excellence Award at CSM in 2009. He holds a master's degree from George Washington University and a bachelor of science from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
As you can see, the Associate of Arts degree in Applied Science and Technology is a stepping stone to multiple fields and can also lead to future degree programs such as Operations Research, Doctor of Medicine, Dentistry, Chemistry, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, Physics or Engineering.