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STEM & Information Technology

STEM and information technology

STEM and Information Technology programs provide students the opportunity to explore Engineering, Biomedical Sciences, Computer Science, Cybersecurity and Networking. In STEM and Information Technology programs, students learn about the following topics.


  • Introduction to Engineering: Understanding the principles and practices of engineering.
  • Engineering Design Process: Learning how to identify and solve engineering problems through a systematic design process.
  • Mathematics and Physics for Engineering: Applying mathematical and physical principles to engineering problems.
  • Introduction to Various Engineering Disciplines: Exploring subfields such as civil, mechanical, electrical, and aerospace engineering.

Biomedical Sciences

  • Anatomy and Physiology: Understanding the structure and function of the human body.
  • Medical Terminology: Learning the language used in healthcare and biomedical research.
  • Biotechnology and Laboratory Techniques: Exploring techniques used in biomedical research and diagnostics.
  • Medical Ethics: Understanding ethical considerations in healthcare and biomedical sciences.

Computer Science

  • Programming: Learning programming languages such as Python, Java, C++.
  • Software Development: Understanding the software development life cycle and practices.
  • Data Structures and Algorithms: Exploring fundamental data structures and algorithms used in computer science.
  • Computer Architecture: Understanding the hardware components of computers.

Cybersecurity and Networking

  • Network Fundamentals: Understanding the basics of computer networks, protocols, and communication.
  • Cybersecurity Principles: Learning about the principles of securing computer systems and networks.
  • Network Administration: Exploring the administration and management of computer networks.
  • Incident Response and Forensics: Learning how to respond to and investigate cybersecurity incidents.

Learn how these programs are supporting the development of the information technology,  energy, and manufacturing workforces at the state and national level.