(Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics)


Given the critical nature of much of the work in this cluster, job possibilities abound even in times of economic downturn. More scientists, technologists and engineers will be needed to meet environmental regulations and to develop methods of cleaning up existing hazards. A shift in emphasis toward preventing problems rather than controlling those that already exist, as well as increasing public health concerns, also will spur demand for these positions.

STEM Courses Offered:

  • STEM I: Foundations
  • STEM II: Applications
  • STEM III: STEM in Context
  • STEM IV: STEM Practicum