Math and Science Division

The Lake Land College Math and Science Division adapts teaching methods and styles to provide students with a rigorous curriculum that prepares them to excel when they transfer to a four-year college. In fact, over that last two academic years, 224 certificates and degrees were awarded – a 37 percent increase in two years. In addition, almost 10 percent of all certificates and degrees awarded at the College are in Math and Science.

Math and Science Division Majors

Transfer Ready Programs

Non-Degree Programs

Associate In Engineering Science Geospatial Technology
Bioscience Non-Teaching
Clinical Laboratory Science
Earth Science
Environmental Science
Pre-Nursing: BSN Transfer
Pre-Physical Therapy

Explore Your Math Pathways

The Math and Science Division has worked hard to provide students with pathways based on their major. The pathways include the required class order based on placement test results. Below you can explore the pathways in detail.

  • Lake Land College Math Pathways: A full overview of the different math pathway options at Lake Land College. This will help you understand the significance of your math pathway especially if you are switching majors with different math requirements.
  • Pathway 1 for the following majors: Art, Business Education, Criminal Justice, Earth Science, English, Health Education, History, Liberal Arts, Other, Physical Education, Political Science, Pre-Nursing, Psychology, Recreation, Secondary Education Biology, Sociology/Social Work, Speech Communication, Undecided
  • Pathway 2 for the following majors: Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Special Education
  • Pathway 3 for the following majors: Agriculture, Business Administration, Economics
  • Pathway 4 for the following majors: Engineering, Biology Non-Teaching, Chemistry, Clinical Lab Science, Conservation/Pre-Wildlife, Environmental Science, Mathematics, Math Education, Pre-Chiropractic, Pre-Dental, Pre-Engineering, Physics, Pre-Med, Pre-Physical Therapy, Pre-Vet, Secondary Education-Chemistry, Secondary Education-Physics

Faculty and Staff

Math and Science Division Faculty

For program information, contact the Math and Science Division Chair:  
Mike Rudibaugh
To enroll in a program, contact the Math and Science Division Academic Counselor:
Krista Burrell