Associate Degree in Natural & Applied Sciences

Associate Degree in Natural & Applied Sciences

roger
Last Update September 16, 2022
0 already enrolled
Faculty-of-Applied-Natural-Sciences-1

About This Course

Two-Year Associate Degree in:
  • Environmental Science (Grand Turk Campus)
  • Sciences with concentration in any two of the following (Grand Turk Campus):
    • Mathematics,
    • Biology,
    • Chemistry,
    • Physics,
    • Information Technology
  • Marine Biology (Grand Turk Campus)
Structure

The Associate Degree is a flexable program that enables both the GCE A Level, CXC CAPE and non-GCE A level students to obtain an Associate Degree in Natural Sciences, through pure science theory courses coupled with laboratory analyticals skills as a foundation to cater to the future needs and interests of the students.

A total of 78 credits is needed to matriculate for this program.

Certification

The Associate Degree Programme in Biology and Chemistry is a local program offered by Turks and Caicos Islands Community College.

Learning Outcomes

Students will pursue their studies as follows:

  • eight General Education courses totalling 22 credits
  • compulsory concentration courses to satisfy the minimum Associate of Science Degree requirements totaling 39 credits
  • one laboratory component for each compulsory science course totaling 12 credits
  • two compulsory electives taken from any course offered by the college amounting to a total of 6 credits.
  • Compulsory Research Project for a major/core program (BIO or CHM = 3 credits

Learning Objectives

Apply the core concepts of chemistry and biology to relevant scientific disciplines.
Apply scientific methods and processes to draw conclusions and make scientifically?based decisions
Critically examine information and discover new information through scientific reasoning.
Identify and analyze scientific problems and demonstrate problem solving skills through acquired interdisciplinary experiences and knowledge.
Acquire laboratory competence by developing and refining technical and analytical skills.

Your Instructors

roger

0/5
7 Courses
0 Reviews
0 Students
See more

Write a review

Free
Level
All Levels
Select the fields to be shown. Others will be hidden. Drag and drop to rearrange the order.
  • Image
  • SKU
  • Rating
  • Price
  • Stock
  • Availability
  • Add to cart
  • Description
  • Content
  • Weight
  • Dimensions
  • Additional information
  • Attributes
  • Custom attributes
  • Custom fields
Click outside to hide the compare bar
Compare
Compare ×
Let's Compare! Continue shopping
The Office of the Registrar provides support to students, faculty, staff, and alumni while being guided by the commitment to be student centered and promote student success. The office directs the recruitment process, maintains student academic records, issues grades and transcripts, monitors compliance with academic standards of progress, reviews degree completion for graduation, issues diplomas, reviews student requests regarding readmission, and other purposes, processes transient student requests, prepares the academic catalog and schedule of classes, and organizes commencement ceremonies. By guiding students through processes such as registration, re-sits, and examinations, the Office of the Registrar helps students develop independence, personal and educational goals, and effective communications.
 
The Registrar’s Office subscribes to the highest ethical principles of our profession and strives to serve the TCICC with honesty, integrity, and accuracy.