• Welcome to Clackamas Community College's Science Department!

    student exploring anatomyAre you interested in Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Geology, Physics or Zoology? We offer a variety of sciences courses in these scientific fields and more!

    The CCC Science Department helps prepare students for both upper division science courses and science-related professional and technical programs. We provide courses that fulfill the laboratory science requirement for AAOT and ASOT degrees, we offer Associate of Science (AS) degrees that transfer to Portland State, Oregon State and University of Oregon and we provide natural history and other science classes for transfer credit.

    All of our courses have the goal of improving problem-solving and critical thinking skills. Further, in keeping with institutional values, all CCC science courses honor diversity, recognize different learning styles, and improve students' abilities to organize and communicate scientific information and concepts.

    Explore the many science courses available.

    Associate Of Science Degrees Offered:

    • AS Life Science (Transfers to PSU, OSU and UofO)
    • AS Geological Science (Transfers to PSU)

    Contact us:   503-594-3345

    •  Department Secretary:  Naomi Sether (naomis@clackamas.edu
    • Department Chair: Eden Francis (edenf@clackamas.edu

     

     


     

     

  • Contact our Science Department

    Oregon City - 19600 Molalla Avenue, Oregon City, Oregon 97045

    Call us: 503-594-3345

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