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Mathematics, Physics and Engineering Applied Science and Technology
Career Options

Students that graduate with an Applied Science and Technology degree and transfer to earn their bachelor's degree, can earn anywhere from $30,000 to $100,000 annually after graduation.  They have several career options such as those listed below, most of which require a bachelor's degree.

Physics teaching aids sitting on a table.Career Options:
Science Technician
Pre-Medical
Pre-Dental
Operations
Research Analyst
Engineering Technician
Astronomer*
Chemist*
Geologist*
Mathematician*
Physicist*
Engineer*

*Requires a bachelor's degree
Faculty member, Dick Beers, working on a Physics project in class.
Faculty Spotlight.  Dick Beers.

CSM Physics Professor and Yale graduate Dick Beers becomes animated when talking about physics. READ MORE

Points of Distinction
  1. Preparing students at all mathematical levels for transfer or career placement

  2. Earning 2009 Faculty Excellence Award ~
    Professor Seremet

  3. Offering NEW Associate of Engineering degrees ~
    Computer Engineering and
    Electrical Engineering

  4. Expanding opportunities for transferring students
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