Science, Engineering & Technology
Launch your career in the critical STEM fields.
Physics and Biotechnology. Electrical Engineering and Chemistry. Environmental Science and Computer Aided Design. These are just a sample of the Science, Engineering, and Technology (SET) courses in the high-demand STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) fields.
The SET Division's instructional areas include:
- Science programs, with study in a variety of fields, from the keystone life and physical sciences to emerging disciplines in biotechnology and environmental sciences.
- Engineering programs with exposure to the roles and interdependencies of electrical, mechanical, and computer engineering disciplines through hands-on student group projects.
- Technology programs in a variety of high-demand professions within the architecture, engineering, general contracting, biomedical, and fire science fields.
- Pre-Professional programs that provide high-quality and affordable pathways to professional schools.
The Division's emphasis on high-quality experiential learning comes to full fruition with the new Science, Engineering, and Technology Building, which opened in summer 2017. The four-story 145,300 square foot building inspires the development of tomorrow's problem-solvers with innovative spaces such as an engineering build room for student project collaboration, dedicated science labs with research-grade instruments, a cybersecurity lab, a digital fabrication and 3D printing lab with professional grade manufacturing equipment, outdoor yard space for large student projects such as vehicles, robotic swarms, and solar-powered systems, and flexible study spaces featuring the latest audio/video technology.
Learn more about our Science, Engineering, and Technology Building in the Spring 2017 Issue of Pathways Magazine.
Explore the various transfer or career degrees and career certificate programs that can help to launch your career in STEM: