Opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics

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

Data Analytics: 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.
Electro-Mechanical 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:
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.