Explore Your Options... There are 4 transfer programs and 11 occupational programs in the Science and Technology Division.
BC3 Natural Science & Technology Division delivers academic programs in mathematics, science, engineering, and technology that prepare students to succeed in industry or at a baccalaureate degree program.
Our technology programs are based on workplace competencies that enable students to develop technical and professional skills necessary to compete successfully for positions upon graduation. The eleven occupational programs include options in the technology areas of Architecture, Civil, Computer Aided Machining, Drafting, Electronics, Manufacturing, Robotics, HVAC, and Metrology.
Aikens, Mike - Drafting
Ameduri, Mike - Mathematics
Cavaliero, Cheryl - Mathematics
Dailey, Denton - Electronics
Jeffries, Bessie - Mathematics
Karavias, Denise - Physics
Kovac, Matt - Mechanical/Physics
Mayfield, Stephen - Biology
Morrow, James - Biology
Motha, Madhu - Mathematics
Pankiw, Robin - Biology
Riethmiller, Karen - Drafting/Computer-aided Machining
Ripper, John - Biology
Ripper, Melinda - Chemistry
Robinson, Michael - Manufacturing
Ruediger, Kevin - Metrology
Schiebel, David - Metrology/Electronics
Stage, Deborah - Biology
Vaughan, Joseph - Architecture
Xin, Amy (Junhua) - Chemistry
Enroll in our 10 Week Mini Semester that focuses on energy technology.
Classes begin September 22, 2014!