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The Studies in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Core allows students to develop an interdisciplinary course of study emphasizing the science, technology, engineering, and/or mathematics disciplines. The STEM core is designed to allow students to pursue a general exploration of these disciplines while deepening knowledge through a selected academic focus. For additional information, please visit the General Studies website.
In this Core, students will develop an intentional academic plan that reflects personal, academic, and career goals emphasizing the following discipline areas or individual courses:
Computer Science (CMSC)
Electrical Engineering (ENEE)
Engineering Science (ENES)
Physical Science (PSCI)
Student may elect to take any of the following individual courses as part of their STEM Core requirements to enhance their selected academic focus; however, transferability of these courses should be carefully reviewed:
Architecture Technology (ARCH 101 )
Biotechnology (BIOT 110 )
Computer Application (CMAP 120 )
Landscape Technology (LNTP 100 )
Networking (NWIT 101 )
NOTE: This Core may not be appropriate for students intending to transfer to another institution for a life sciences, engineering, or mathematics degree program; students should meet with an advisor before selecting this Core.
Studies in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics 611B- General Degree Requirements
In order to complete this degree, students must
complete of a minimum of 60 Credit hours including:
General Education Requirements- 32-35 Credit hours
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Core courses- at least 15 credit hours, with a minimum of 3 credit hours at 200 level
Electives- Up to 10 credit hours as needed to complete 60 Credit hours
Complete a minimum of 15 credits at 200 level., with at least 3 credit hours at the 200 level from the Core;
Have a GPA of 2.0.