STEM - Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics

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The curriculum in the STEM pathway includes studies in scientific concepts and skills, mathematics, engineering, and technology. Programs emphasize topics and skills in project-based learning, experimentation, computational thinking and real world applications.

Careers in this pathway include medical doctor (pre-med), engineer, mathematician, veterinarian, computer programmer, and chemist. These careers will require a bachelor's degree, advanced degree, or other credentials. Most programs in STEM are designed for students intending to transfer.


  • Program Award definitions can be found on the Types of Degrees and Certificates webpage. 
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Degrees and Certificates

Program TitleProgram AwardDivisionFinancial Aid Eligible
Biology A.S.-T DegreeScienceYes
ChemistryA.S.-T DegreeScienceYes
CISCO CCNA AcademyCertificate of AchievementIndustry & TechnologyYes
Computer & Network SupportCertificate of AchievementIndustry & TechnologyYes
Computer ApplicationsCertificate of AchievementBusinessYes
Computer Programming & Information SystemsA.S. DegreeBusinessYes
Computer Programming & Information SystemsCertificate of AchievementBusinessYes
Computer ScienceA.S.-T DegreeMath & EngineeringYes
Engineering A.S. DegreeMath & EngineeringYes
Geology A.S.-T DegreeScienceYes
Industrial AutomationA.S. DegreeIndustry & TechnologyYes
Industrial AutomationCertificate of AchievementIndustry & TechnologyYes
Information Communication TechnologyA.S. DegreeIndustry & TechnologyYes
Liberal Arts with an Area of Emphasis in Natural ScienceA.A. DegreeStudent ServicesYes
Mathematics A.S.-T DegreeMath & EngineeringYes
Physical ScienceA.S. DegreeScienceYes
Physics A.S.-T DegreeScienceYes
University Studies in Math and ScienceA.A. DegreeStudent ServicesYes