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Physical Sciences

Physical Sciences
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Most Time Intensive College Majors

Leading Physical Sciences Schools
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School   (degrees awarded)
Richard Bland College of the College of William and Mary   (216 Associates degrees)
CUNY LaGuardia Community College   (169 Associates degrees)
CUNY Medgar Evers College   (160 Associates degrees)
Mesa Community College   (127 Associates degrees)
Glendale Community College   (119 Associates degrees)
American River College   (105 Associates degrees)
Chandler/Gilbert Community College   (101 Associates degrees)
Middlesex County College   (96 Associates degrees)
CUNY Queensborough Community College   (90 Associates degrees)
Tulsa Community College   (86 Associates degrees)
Paradise Valley Community College   (73 Associates degrees)
Green River Community College   (68 Associates degrees)
Phoenix College   (65 Associates degrees)
CUNY Graduate School and University Center   (63 Bachelors degrees)
CUNY Borough of Manhattan Community College   (60 Associates degrees)
Community College of Philadelphia   (56 Associates degrees)
California University of Pennsylvania   (52 Bachelors degrees)
Scottsdale Community College   (51 Associates degrees)
Clark College   (47 Associates degrees)
Bellevue College   (47 Associates degrees)
Seattle Community College-North Campus   (45 Associates degrees)
Seattle Community College-Central Campus   (44 Associates degrees)
Everett Community College   (43 Associates degrees)
Estrella Mountain Community College   (42 Associates degrees)
South Mountain Community College   (39 Associates degrees)
CUNY New York City College of Technology   (38 Associates degrees)
Jackson Community College   (37 Associates degrees)
Highline Community College   (31 Associates degrees)
South Puget Sound Community College   (30 Associates degrees)
University of New Mexico-Valencia County Campus   (28 Associates degrees)
Physical Sciences Description

A program that focuses on the major topics, concepts, processes, and interrelationships of physical phenomena as studied in any combination of physical science disciplines.

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