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Math and Science

COVID-19 update: While NLC campuses and offices are closed for public health concerns, please contact the Math and Science Department through its virtual office:

Faculty Listings

Note: Not all classes are offered every semester.


Developmental Math

Natural Sciences

Biology & Nutrition
Environmental Science

Learning Resources

  • Math Center. Provides a quiet study area, study support materials, and free tutoring to students currently enrolled in mathematics courses at North Lake College.
  • Science Center. Provides a quiet study area, study support materials, and free tutoring to students currently enrolled in natural science courses.
  • Sage Scholars Faculty listing (PDF)
    Meet the faculty that have made a commitment to teaching courses themed with sustainability which will put you one step closer to graduation with our Sage Scholars distinction

Special Interest

  • Pre-Professional Accelerated Science Program
    The accelerated program consists of sequential eight week sessions in Biology, Chemistry and Physics in the fall and spring semesters. The accelerated course option is offered in addition to the traditional sixteen-week format. The curriculum in accelerated courses is identical to that in the sixteen-week format.
  • Pre-Professional Health Career Programs
    North Lake College can give you a head start with pre-professional programs in fields like pharmacy and physical therapy.
  • Science Olympiad
    The Science Olympiad is a nonprofit organization developed to improve the overall quality of science education, increase student interest in science, and provide both student and teacher recognition for outstanding achievement in science education. Texas students in grades 6-12 participate in interscholastic competitions at the local, regional, state and national levels against teams from across the United States.
  • STEM Institute Scholars
    The DCCCD STEM Institute engages science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) students from North Lake and the district's other colleges. STEM scholars enjoy access to special seminars with world-renowned scientists, work with mentors and selected faculty fellows, and receive a scholarship award.
  • Field Studies in Hawaii and the Texas Gulf Coast
    Our field studies programs offer students the opportunity to study biology, botany, earth science, and photography in the best laboratory of all: nature. Spend your Winter Term or summer semester studying in Hawaii, or explore the many ecosystems of the Gulf of Mexico on land and sea. All four programs entail credit classes which take place both in the classroom and outdoors.
Read student testimonials about our math and science programs!