The Trinity Valley Community College (TVCC) Science Division, chaired by Dr. John Placyk, offers an Associate of Arts (A.A.) Liberal Arts Degree in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Physical Science and a variety of core courses and prerequisites for those interested in going on to professional schools, and Bachelor's and graduate programs.
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Sciences - About Our Program
Potential career paths for students pursuing a degree from the TVCC Science Division include microbiologist, geneticist, epidemiologist, family/general practitioners, water resource specialists, chemical engineers, environmental engineers, nuclear engineers, natural science managers, clinical research coordinators, chemical engineers, and chemical technicians.
Our programs prepare you for your careers in:
- Science lab technician
- Medical professional
- Wildlife resource agent
- Environmental resource specialist
The mission of Trinity Valley is transforming lives through affordable and accessible education. The Science program at Trinity Valley supports the college mission by providing a range of face-to-face, remote, and on-line courses utilizing and an effort to utilize more Open Educational Resources (OERs).
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Biomedical Sciences Pre-Professional Programs
John Placyk, Ph.D.
Division Chair for Science
Brian Baumgartner, Ph.D.
Thomas Booth, M.S.
Regina Clary, Ph.D.
Karla Clifton, M.S.
Brian Duplechain, M.S.
Travis Dungan, M.S.