Opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics

This cluster focuses on planning, managing and providing scientific research using math, science, and technology.

Business Analyst: Learn how data can be used to show trends or use data to enhance business practices.
Instrumentation and Controls Technology: Graduates of the Instrumentation and Controls Technology program are ready for careers in the following industries: food processing plants, manufacturing and assembly plants, energy generation plants, refineries, and waste-water treatment facilities.
Electrical Power Distribution: Learn to install and repair the cables and wires used in electrical power and distribution systems.
Electromechanical Technology: Get training in electrical and electronic controls, robotics, computers/computer-based controls, as well as control integration with hydraulics, pneumatics and other mechanical drive elements.
Industrial Mechanic: Gain technical skills in mechanical drive systems, electrical systems, hydraulics and pneumatics, laser alignment, basic welding, and machining.
Laboratory Science Technician: Learn how to conduct food quality and safety tests, report results, evaluate the environment’s effect on food quality, apply quality principles to food production, and be involved in research and development of new products.
Medical Laboratory Technician: Learn to perform routine clinical laboratory tests including hematology, urinalysis, body fluid analysis, and other emerging diagnostics while interacting with patients and healthcare team members.
Individualized Technical Studies: Combine courses from two or more major areas of study into an Associate of Applied Science Degree that meets specific career preparation goals not available in other programs.
University Transfer - Associate of Arts/Science: Take courses to meet the general requirements of a four-year degree, and then transfer these credits toward a Bachelor’s of Science or Arts program at a college or university.