Math and Natural Sciences Course Schedule

To aid students with planning their schedules, the most commonly offered Math & Natural Sciences Division courses for fall, spring and summer semesters are listed below. Some courses may be cancelled due to lack of student enrollment or staffing issues.

SubjectFall and Spring Semesters
MathAll MATH courses are offered fall and spring semesters with the following exceptions: Calculus & Analytic Geom III is offered in spring semester only. Differential Equations is offered in fall semester only.
BiologyAll Biology courses are offered in fall and spring semesters.
ChemistryAll Chemistry courses are offered in fall and spring semesters.
PhysicsAll Non-Calculus and Calculus Physics I & II and Survey of Physical Science courses are offered fall and spring semesters.
GeologyAll Geology courses are offered in fall and spring semesters.
AstronomyAll Astronomy Courses are offered in fall and spring semesters.

SubjectSummer Semester
MathAll MATH courses are offered during summer session with the following exceptions: Math for Elem Education I and II, Calculus & Analytic Geom III, Differential Equations are not offered during summer session.
BiologyAll Biology courses with the following exceptions: Principles of Nutrition is only offered as a web course. General Botany and Environmental Science are not offered in the summer.
ChemistryChemistry courses are offered during summer session with the following exceptions: Organic Chemistry I and II and Intro to Chemistry are not offered during summer session.
PhysicsAll Non-Calculus and Calculus Physics I & II and Survey of Physical Science courses are offered during summer session.
GeologyAll Geology courses are offered during summer session.
AstronomySolar System Astronomy is offered during summer session.

Contact Information

All students should talk to an advisor regarding course selection, class registration, and career pathways.

Math and Sciences Division
Kisber Building, Suite K-240
Email: Math&Science@nscc.edu
Division Fax: 615-353-3730

Sarah Roberts, Dean, K-240B
Phone: 615-353-3117

Helen Kunkel, Secretary III, K-240A
Phone: 615-353-3369

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