A curriculum based on the idea of educating students in disciplines including science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

Aviation Science

Prepare for advanced content in or employment in aviation administration

Biology

Study the basic facts and theories in biology in order to pursue a career in science or allied health

Chemistry

Chemistry include teaching, research, environmental science and scientific writing as well as positions in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries.

Computer Science

Train in information technology, computer programming, database programming, network administration, web development, gaming, and overall computer science protocol.

Drafting and Design

Learn to communicate design information by conventional pencil and sketch drafting, computer aided drafting, and oral communication.

Engineering

Prepare for a career in specialized fields such as mechanical, electrical, biomedical, chemical, and civil engineering.

Horticulture

The science and art of growing plants, particularly ornamental plants, those valued for their appearance.

Manufacturing and Industrial Technology

Train in drafting and design, manufacturing, electronics and general engineering, and industrial technology.

Mathematics

Emphasize problem solving and the effective uses of technology in mathematical problem solving.

Physics

Physics is the study of all physical phenomena and utilizes skills such as mathematics, analysis, software, and clear communications.

Continuing Education

Interested in professional and workforce development, corporate training or personal enrichment courses? Explore our selection of non-credit classes for job-training, career enhancement or personal enrichment.

Construction

Get training and certification in Construction Administration and Licensing/UCC or Construction Management/ OSHA

Manufacturing & Logistics

Learn trade skills and gain professional certification in the field manufacturing and logistics.

Sustainability and Renewable Energies

Explore career options in sustainability and renewable energies.

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