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Make Your Education Count
Science and Math

Make Your Education Count
Science and Math

Science and Math

NWACC's Science & Mathematics programs can move your natural curiosity into the research field, funnel your love for calculus into a professional career, or offer you advanced training to keep your career on track. Programs and courses include agriculture, environmental and regulatory science, astronomy, biology, chemistry, geology, math, physics and more. 

Every spring, the Science & Mathematics Division also hosts the Northwest Arkansas Regional Science Olympiad on the college's campus. This rigorous academic competition includes engineering and building events as well as life and physical science contests.

Learn more about NWACC's science and math programs, courses and offerings below. 

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Programs

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Agriculture, Food & Life Science

Discover sustainable solutions to feeding, clothing and housing the earth's growing population while being environmentally conscious. 

Agriculture

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Environmental & Regulatory Science

Learn how to use scientific knowledge to keep businesses and products in compliance with current regulatory agencies and create a safe and healthy environment.

Env. & Reg. Science

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STEM Curriculum 

NWACC's STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) curriculum includes four specific disciplines in a blended learning environment.

STEM


Courses

NWACC's science and math courses vary from astronomy, biology and chemistry to physics, engineering, geology and more. 

 

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Join EMPACTS

EMPACTS is a college-level learning model that infuses project-based learning, cutting edge technology, team work and community service across a broad curriculum. Join EMPACTS and implement service learning projects with a curricular focus.

EMPACTS

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Science Olympiad

Students representing area schools and grades 6-12 participate in Northwest Arkansas Regional Science Olympiad at NWACC in the spring. This rigorous academic competition includes engineering and building events and life and physical science contests. 

Science Olympiad

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