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School of Science and Mathematics

Science involves a lot more than that frog you dissected in junior high school. It’s innovative, it’s interesting, and it can actually be a lot of fun.

Biology, chemistry, computer science, mathematics, physics, pharmacy, veterinary medicine, medicine, allied health, and engineering are some of your choices. All of these areas of study require two years at ABAC and two additional years at a senior college or university to obtain a bachelor’s degree. Some of these programs also require admission to a professional school after receiving a bachelor’s degree.

Graduates of the School of Science and Mathematics find employment in fields that stretch as far as your imagination. Our alumni work as physicians, veterinarians, engineers, researchers, high school and college teachers, pharmacists, physical therapists, building contractors, computer scientists, instructional technologists, and in a variety of sales positions.

In addition to the many laboratories that provide hands-on learning experience for all students, the exotic animal collection housed in the division provides a resource for ABAC students and the thousands of school children who tour the building each year.

Programs Offered by the School of Science & Mathematics:
• Allied Health
• Biology
• Chemistry
• Computer Science
• Mathematics
• Pharmacy
• Physics
• Pre-Dentistry
• Pre-Engineering
• Pre-Medicine
• Pre-Veterinary Medicine

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Drew Richardson

“Attending ABAC had a profound impact on my academic career. Graduating with my Associates degree in Biology adequately prepared me to handle any class at UGA. Campus activities, such as the ABAC Ambassadors, provided me leadership and communication skills I couldn’t have learned in the classroom. In August I will be attending Georgia Regents University College of Dental Medicine, and I know that the foundation ABAC provided was an integral part in my acceptance.”

eCore

eCore provides ABAC students with the opportunity to complete foundation or core requirements through online classes that are transferable to most universities in the state! This is a perfect program for students trying to complete courses over the summer or during their breaks. Ask the academic counselors for more information about the eCore opportunity.

ABAC Regional Science Fair

The ABAC Regional Science and Engineering Fair will take place on February 15, 2013 in the Thrash Gym at ABAC. Make sure to get your applications in by Wednesday, January 30. Students can make submissions in more than 15 different categories for the competition.