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Division Office

ICB 2400
1500 W Raab Road
Normal, IL 61761
Phone: (309) 268-8640
Fax: (309) 268-7964
Email: MS Office

Dean

Bob Shaw

Instructional Chair - Math

Jeremy McClure

Instructional Chair - Science

Lauren Denofrio-Corrales

Division Secretary

Kathy Wetter

Associate Director of the Math Success Center

Lori Hoffman

Associate Director of Science Labs

Janet Beach-Davis

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Welcome

Engineering

Engineers enjoy applying the principles of science and math to develop solutions that meet real-world needs. So if you are curious, think logically and can communicate clearly, Heartland's engineering program could be the right path for you. Visit http://www.heartland.edu for more information.

Video Transcription: Engineering Video Transcription **(PDF format, 175 KB, 2 pages)

Welcome to the Math-Science Division at Heartland Community College. The Math-Science Division offers courses that serve to support many of the programs throughout the college as well as prepare students for transfer in math and science fields.

In addition to providing knowledge specific to the individual disciplines (Agriculture, Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Engineering, Mathematics, and Physics), courses within the division have the general goal of promoting habits of thought and reflection that are characteristic of a well-educated person. These include the ability to discern meaning and solve problems through careful observation and analysis; to think logically and systematically; and to comprehend and communicate information in a variety of forms.

Students seeking to transfer to a four-year college or university can pursue one of the division's transfer preparation program in the specific subject areas as well as Geology, Pre-Medicine, and Pre-Veterinary. The division also offers an Associate Degree in Engineering Science (A.E.S.) for those students planning to transfer to a four-year engineering school.

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