Science is everywhere; physical, chemical and biological processes are happening all around us all the time. The Aims Natural and Physical Sciences Department strives to challenge students in ways that expand their curiosity, knowledge and skills. The department offers the first two years of college biology and chemistry, algebra- and calculus-based physics courses, geology courses and more.
The science programs at Aims are designed to meet a variety of needs. Whether you are earning an associate degree in healthcare or emergency medical services, taking science electives or planning to transfer to a four-year institution, you'll be able to find the right science classes to meet your goals.
If you choose to earn a liberal arts degree with designation in one of the sciences, your courses will transfer to any participating four-year public Colorado school so you can pursue a bachelor's degree.
Aims offers science-based associate of science degrees with designation (transfer degrees) in the following subjects:
You can also take non-degree science courses in astronomy, environmental science and meteorology that can serve as either general education or elective course requirements toward another degree program.
Whatever your academic needs and goals, the Natural and Physical Science Department is here to support you on your educational journey at Aims. Read more about the specific science subject areas Aims offers below.