STEM Program Pathways
The Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Academic Community is a meta major pathway that can lead to careers in the fields of Engineering, Computer Information Technology, Cybersecurity, Mathematics, and the Life, Physical, and Environmental Sciences.
Gateway English Course: ENC 1101 English Composition 1
Gateway Math Courses: MAC 1105 College Algebra
EFSC Degrees and Certificates in the STEM Pathway
Computer Information Systems Technology Bachelor of Applied Science Degree (BAS)
- Cybersecurity Specialization
- Data Science Specialization
- Networking Systems Specialization
- Programming Development/Software Development Specialization
- Project Management Specialization
Associate Degrees in the STEM Academic Community
- Aerospace Technology A.S.
- Associate in Arts Degree (A.A.)
- Aviation Maintenance Administration A.S.
- Chemical Technology A.S.
- Computer-Aided Drafting and Design A.S.
- Computer Information Technology A.S.
- Computer Programming and Analysis A.S.
- Engineering Technology A.S.
- Landscape and Horticulture Technology A.S.
- Network Systems Technology A.S.
Certificates in the STEM Academic Community
- Aerospace Technician CCC
- Aviation Airframe Mechanics CTC
- Aviation Powerplant Mechanics CTC
- Computer Programmer CCC
- Engineering Technology Support Specialist CCC
- Geographical Information Systems CCC
- Help Desk Support Technician CCC
- IP Communications CCC
- Landscape and Horticulture Professional CCC
- Landscape and Horticulture Specialist CCC
- Landscape and Horticulture Technician CCC
- Mechatronics CCC
- Network Infrastructure CCC
- Network Security CCC
- Network Security Forensics ATC
- Network Server Administration CCC
- Network Support Technician CCC
- Network Virtualization CCC
- Oracle Certified Database Administrator CCC
- Robotics and Simulation Technician CCC
- Scientific Workplace Preparation CCC
- Structural Assembly Technician CCC
- Web Development Specialist CCC