View all STEM Degrees & Certificates
- Civil Engineering Technology: A.A.S.
- Computer Information Systems: A.A.S.
- Computer Science: A.S.
- Computer Security and Forensics: A.A.S.
- Computer Technology: A.A.S.
- Electrical Engineering Technology: A.A.S.
- Engineering Science: A.S.
- Environmental Science: A.S.
- Food Science: A.A.S
- Liberal Arts & Sciences: Science A.S.
- Manufacturing Technology: A.A.S.
- Mathematics: A.S.
- Mechanical Engineering Technology: A.A.S.
- Mechatronics: Certificate
Specialized Accredited Programs
The mission of the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Division is to prepare students for transfer into 4-year STEM programs and for direct employment into STEM careers. The STEM Division has state-of-the-art laboratories and delivers high-quality programming that promotes critical thinking, innovation, creativity, and student success. The STEM Division mission aligns with the College and institutional goals by supporting all members within the STEM learning community by creating inclusive, diverse educational experiences.
STEM: Shaping the Future
Is your curiosity fueled by creativity, innovation and an interest in technology? The STEM Division can offer you a path directly into a STEM career or a transfer path to a 4-year institution to allow you to capitalize on all your talents. The Division offers high-quality academic programming that meets the needs of the STEM major and general education and foundational courses for degree programs in other divisions. Courses are delivered by faculty dedicated to excellence in teaching and committed to student learning and success.
The STEM Division boasts state-of-the art facilities and equipment housed in three buildings. Faculty in the Applied Technology building welcome students of engineering science, computer science, mathematics, and electrical engineering technology programs. The STEM faculty in the Calice Advanced Manufacturing (CAM) building deliver programming for advanced manufacturing, mechanical and civil engineering technologies. The CAM building is also home to the Sustainability Sandbox and Food System and Production laboratories, which are interdisciplinary innovation hubs. The Natural Science Center (NSC) is home to biology, chemistry, physical and environmental sciences.
Whatever career pathway you choose, STEM Division students are prepared to work in the real world and impact communities using their STEM knowledge, innovation, creativity, and problem-solving skills. Enhance your experience by engaging in research, exploring the world through one of our many travel courses, or engage in STEM driven campus-wide clean energy and environmental sustainability efforts. Let a career in STEM shape your future and the future of the communities around you.