The School of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) prepares students for career placement and transfer to a four-year institution, enhancing the scientific and mathematical literacy of our diverse student and community populations.
Engineering and Physical Science programs are the gateway to four-year degrees. These programs lay the foundation for advanced learning with transfer agreements to many of the nation's top four-year engineering and science universities. Students will be challenged with hands-on experiences in physics, geology and engineering.
Engineering Technology programs include Civil Engineering Technology, Mechanical Engineering Technology, and Electrical Engineering Technology. These programs are designed to prepare graduates for both career placement in high-tech industries and for transfer to a baccalaureate program.
Applied Technology programs train students for exciting and rewarding careers. Machinist Technology, Welding, Air Conditioning Refrigeration, Electrical Service Technician, and Carpentry and Masonry provide the background and experiential learning needed for immediate entry into the workforce.
Liberal Arts and Sciences: Mathematics and Science
Micro-credentials are are groups of three to five courses that can be taken as a standalone program or can be stacked to earn a degree or certificate. We offer several micro-credentials in STEM.
Non-College Credit Course Options
- 10 Hour OSHA Training
- Lead Renovator Certification
- Remote Pilot Test Prep
- Airframe and Powerplant Test Prep
- Google IT Support Professional Certificate
- Online Certificate in Coding
- Online Certificate in Video Game Design
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Contact School of STEM
STEM Transfer Programs
Jake Mihevc, Dean
Academic Building 165A, Utica Campus
STEM Career Programs
Joe Woodrow, Dean
Academic Building 165B, Utica Campus