Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM)
Design megacities, program robots, cure cancer — today’s Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) students are the key to answering tomorrow’s most complex challenges. Whether you’re curiosity takes you to Mars or Microsoft, you can develop skills for booming career fields while pushing the boundaries of innovation, exploration and research. Picture yourself as a software developer, statistician or engineer — where strong analytical, mathematical and computer skills are a must.
- Computer Science
- Data Analytics and Database
- Earth Sciences
- Environmental Health
- Environmental Science
- Environmental Studies
- Network Design and Administration
- Software Development
- Web Design
- Web Development
Not seeing your ideal program? You may be interested in Program Pathways from our Skilled Trades and Technical Training or Health and Medical Areas of Study. You can also visit our Program Overview page for alternative ways to explore.
We offer a wide variety of courses in support of our Program Pathways. Please visit our online schedule to view upcoming courses. You can also pursue custom transfer options by scheduling an appointment with an advisor.