The Math & Sciences Division will provide our students with quality, technologically innovative, and adaptive programs to support their diverse educational goals.
The Math & Sciences Division prepares students to enter a variety of fields. Students in any area of study can take the required math and science courses to fulfill general education requirements before transferring to a 4 year college or university. In addition, students who desire to earn a bachelor's degree in math, science, engineering, agriculture, a health related field, or physical education can take major specific courses for their major in this Division.
The Math & Sciences Division also offers Associate of Applied Science degrees and certificates which are career focused. Opportunities for graduates including nursing, radiologic technology, sonography, health information technology, medical coding, and ag related employment.
The DACC Math & Sciences Division has competent faculty and staff who are dedicated to giving our students the best instruction possible. Click on the links below to "meet" the faculty and staff of the Sciences Division:
David Boudreaux - Chemistry
Lori Carlson - Nutrition
Gail Girard - Health
Beth Daily - Mathematics
Kylie Dryer - Health
Debra Huber - Mathematics
Brian Klett - Health
Charles Ligler - Mathematics
Sharon McMahon - Health
Kari Matthews - Mathematics
Ann Muench - Biological Sciences
Andrew Peters - Health
Brian Rohrbach - Physical Education
Mark Switzer - Physical Education
Tracy Thompson - Biological Sciences
Jason Tipton - Health Information Technology
Grace Wilson - Health Information Technology
Fabienne Witherspoon - Health
Rick Voyles - Physical Education