Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
The Division of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics strives to provide quality educational opportunities with a curriculum that aligns with national certifications in order to prepare students for joining tomorrow's workforce. In the area of technology, students will learn innovative techniques and upcoming trends in computer systems, programming, networking, and security. The discipline of engineering will provide students with a foundation to design and build solutions for the problems of tomorrow. In the concentration for mathematics, students will increase their quantitative understanding of concepts relevant to their area of study. Energy, construction, welding, and engineering technologies relate theoretical concepts to the actual production of goods and services using technologically advanced equipment and processes.
A message from the Dean
Welcome you to the Division of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)! As a student enrolled in one of our programs, you will find world-class faculty driven by their commitment to academic excellence and student success. As experts in their respective fields, faculty continually pursue professional development and advancement. The courses you will take have been specifically designed to align their curriculum and learning outcomes with national certifications and industry standards to prepare you for joining the highly skilled workforce of tomorrow. Our state-of-the-art facilities are outfitted with the latest technology, simulators, labs, and industry equipment to offer you countless opportunities for advanced hands-on, real-world learning.
Whether you're interested in completing a short-term certificate, looking to add an industry-based credential to your resume, or wanting to pursue a complete two-year degree program in order to enter the workforce or continue your studies at a four-year university, I invite you to explore all our academic and technical offerings.