Certificates and degrees in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) prepare students for entry-level employment in bio-remediation, biotechnology, computer and information technology, electronics, engineering, computer-aided drafting, laboratories, manufacturing and software design.
Certificate programs in STEM help students develop the skills and knowledge they need to prepare for entry-level positions in the specific field. Graduates who wish to continue in their field can complete additional courses required by the Associate Degree program of their choice.
|STEM Fact sheet (PDF)|
|Career programs are intended to prepare participants to enter the job market after completion of the Associate Degree at CCAC. Skills learned should allow the graduate to immediately become a productive member of the engineering team. In addition, the graduates could continue their education by transferring to a Baccalaureate Degree.|
STEM Transfer Scholarship
People with math and science degrees are in high demand among employers. You can be one of them with the help of a $20,000-$25,000 scholarship through Immaculata University's STEM Scholars Program.
Programs in Engineering Technology:
Programs in Science Technology
Biotechnology (AS degree)
Programs in Computer & Information Technology (CIT)
Computer Information Systems (effective Fall 2013)
Information Technology Support (AS degree)
Information Technology Support (certificate)
Software Development (AS degree)
Software Development (certificate)