Agriculture (AA)

Agriculture (AA)

Agriculture (AA)

Agriculture, AA



The Agriculture pathway is designed for those interested in a career or a transfer pathway degree in animal science, biotechnology, plant science, agriculture business, agriculture education, and other agriculture based programs


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Agribusiness (AAS)

Agriculture Business (AAS)

Agribusiness (AAS)

Agriculture Business, AAS & Certificates



The Agribusiness AAS Degree prepares students for entry-level positions in agriculture business, science, and technology. Accelerated proficiencies are addressed through advanced courses.


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Biology pathway (AS)

Biology pathway (AS)

Biology pathway (AS)

Biology pathway, AS


Students will discover principles of laboratory science and build foundations in cell biology, genetics, ecology, evolution, and more.
Students will study living organisms at a micro and macro level and will gain a perspective on both the unity and diversity that living organisms demonstrate.



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Faculty/Staff

Devin Fraley, Science Chair

Devin Fraley
Science Division Chair
Professor of Biology
STC  D-109
480.677.7849
Devin.Fraley@centralaz.edu

Majid Ghaninia

Majid Ghaninia, PhD
Professor of Biology
SPC  S-124
520.494.5305
Majid.Ghaninia@centralaz.edu

Dr. Crystal McKenna, Biology and Environmental Studies Faculty

Crystal McKenna, PhD
Professor of Biology
MC  B-118G
520.494.6426
Crystal.Mckenna@centralaz.edu

Sunny Park

Sunjung Park, PhD
Professor of Biology
SMC  F-126
480.677.7795
Sunjung.Park@centralaz.edu

Dr. Mary Puglia, Biology Faculty

Mary Puglia, PhD
Professor of Biology
Virtual
Mary.Puglia@centralaz.edu

Samuli Rauhalammi, Biology Faculty

Samuli Rauhalammi
Professor of Biology
MAR  B-118
520.494.6449

Fotini Sioris, Biology Faculty

Fotini Sioris
Professor of Biology
SPC  S-126
520.494.5493
Fotini.Sioris@centralaz.edu

Christine Stevenson, Professor of Biology

Christine Stevenson
Professor of Biology
SPC  S-115
520.494.5357
Christine.Stevenson1@centralaz.edu

Dr. Paul Tavares, Biology Professor

Paul Tavares, DC
Professor of Biology
SPC  W-117
520.494.5522
Paul.Tavares@centralaz.edu

Meisha Binkley, Chemistry Professor

Meisha Binkley
Professor of Chemistry
STC  D-108
480.677.7845
Meisha.Binkley@centralaz.edu

Dr. B. Jagadish - Chemistry Faculty

Bhumasamudram Jagadish, PhD
Professor of Chemistry
SPC S-232
520.494.5026
B.Jagadish@centralaz.edu

Dr. Clark Vangilder, Physics Professor

Clark Vangilder, PhD
Professor of Physics
SPC  S-215
520.494.5324
Clark.Vangilder@centralaz.edu

Chemistry pathway (AS)

Chemistry pathway (AS)

Chemistry pathway (AS)

Chemistry pathway, AS



The Chemistry pathway with an AS degree is for the student seeking a degree in chemistry. Students will discover principles of laboratory science and build foundations in organic and inorganic chemistry. Additionally, students will complete a broad array of math and science transferrable coursework in preparation for university transfer.


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Faculty/Staff

Devin Fraley, Science Chair

Devin Fraley
Science Division Chair
Professor of Biology
STC  D-109
480.677.7849
Devin.Fraley@centralaz.edu

Meisha Binkley, Chemistry Professor

Meisha Binkley
Professor of Chemistry
STC  D-108
480.677.7845
Meisha.Binkley@centralaz.edu

Dr. B. Jagadish - Chemistry Faculty

Bhumasamudram Jagadish, PhD
Professor of Chemistry
SPC S-232
520.494.5026
B.Jagadish@centralaz.edu

Dr. Wayne Pryor, Geology & Astronomy Faculty

Wayne Pryor, PhD
Professor of Astronomy & Geology
SPC  S-217
520.494.5351
Wayne.Pryor@centralaz.edu

Dr. Clark Vangilder, Physics Professor

Clark Vangilder, PhD
Professor of Physics
SPC  S-219
520.494.5324
Clark.Vangilder@centralaz.edu

Equine Management and Training (AAS)

Equine Management and Training (AAS)

Equine Management and Training (AAS)

Equine Management and Training, AAS & Certificate



The Equine Management & Training degree contains two emphases for the Associate of Applied Science degree. Students may complete a horse trainer or equine business management program of study. The degree prepares students for employment in a variety of areas in the horse industry. Classroom activities & practical laboratory experiences are provided in both options. Students are required to supply their own horse & tack.


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