Natural Sciences

The School of Natural Sciences enhances student's learning chances. Our innovative course content is updated regularly to give up to date information to students and professionals and better solutions to issues like fighting viruses and ways of innovating sustainable energy sources. Our programs have been designed to make students understand the relationship between the elements of science and how they can use these elements.

A degree in Natural sciences from McKinley can direct you towards prosperous careers in biology, ecology, etc. A degree with specialty in chemistry will lead towards a career in material sciences.


Majors Offered


The School of Natural Sciences provides following majors:

  • Biology
  • Chemistry

Programs Available



You can pursue the field with following different programs.

Degree Program
Degree
  • Associate Degree
  • Bachelor's Degree
  • Associate-to-Bachelor's Degree
  • Master's Degree
  • Doctorate Degree
Eligibility Criteria
  • Minimum High school or equiv.
  • Associate's degree, or equiv. international education.
  • Minimum Bachelor's or equiv.
  • Minimum Master's or equiv.
Diploma Program
Diploma
  • Undergraduate Diploma
  • Graduate Diploma
Eligibility Criteria
  • Minimum High school or equiv.
  • Minimum Bachelor's or equiv.
Certificate Program
Certificates
  • Undergraduate Course Certificate
  • Graduate Course Certificate
  • Undergraduate Certificate
  • Graduate Certificate
Eligibility Criteria
  • Minimum High school or equiv.
  • Minimum Bachelor's or equiv.
  
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