The Science/Mathematics/Technology (SMT) Division offers coursework in General Education, majors preparation, and career and technical education and skills. These courses and programs will assist students in achieving their individual educational goals, preparing for transfer to four-year institutions, and help in career planning and development.
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SMT offers a wide range of general educational opportunities. Courses numbered 100-199 are specifically designed to provide students with information applicable to understanding and dealing with the events and responsibilities of daily life.
SMT provides lower-division transfer programs which prepare students for continued education in four-year colleges and universities. Courses numbered 200-299 are carefully designed for majors transferring to four-year schools. Course transferability is coordinated in articulation agreements between Skyline College and four-year institutions.
Career Technical Programs
SMT offers technical/vocational training programs for students whose goal is to fulfill education requirements to enter new job markets. Courses numbered 400-499 are courses that fulfill requirements career technical education programs. Many of these classes are transferrable to CSU.
Science / Mathematics / Technology Division Office
|Dean||Raymond Hernandez, MPH, RRT-NPS|
|Division Assistant||Pat Tyler|
|Location||Building 7, Room 7130|
|Hours of Operation||Monday - Friday, 8am - 4:30pm|