Be a resourceful, technology-savvy problem solver with a strong understanding of how people think. It’s an attractive combination to enter a career in law enforcement, the judicial system, or corrections.
So much more than "CSI," a career in Forensic Chemistry puts you in real-life situations gathering evidence, working with medical examiners and analyzing data to work in some of the most exciting industries.
If you’re looking for a career that requires you to be thoughtful, creative and analytical, then you’ll find just what you want in the field of Mathematics. Clear thinking and problem-solving agility will be indispensable assets.
Cultivate your spirit for helping those in need through York College’s Nursing major. We challenge our nursing students to improve current methods of practice while working in state-of-the-art labs and learning through hands-on experience.
Anyone can ask “Why?” But philosophy majors can respond with clear viewpoints, sound arguments, plus the ability to handle complex decision-making. It’s no wonder employers seek out philosophy graduates.
Respiratory Care practitioners are active in patient care. With a physician’s supervision, you’ll be at the heart of diagnosis, treatment, management, and preventative care in patients with cardiopulmonary problems.
A group of York College faculty and administrators – a number from the Division of Student Success – applied for and were invited to attend the Association of American College & Universities (AAC&U) 2017 Institute on High-Impact Practices (HIPs) and Student Success in June at Boston University.
This past May, the NASA Student Launch Club launched a rocket at Central Sod Farms in Centreville, MD. Central Sod Farms is part of the Maryland Delaware Rocketry Association, Inc. (MDRA) that supports the education affiliated with engineering rockets