Do you enjoy solving problems or building things? Do you want to work with computers and new technology? Are you interested in the Earth's natural resources? If so, a major in the STEM fields may be right for you!
STEM careers focus on understanding complex systems by breaking them down into simpler parts and emphasize problem solving skills. There are thousands of exciting and surprising jobs that use science, technology, engineering, and math.
Visit the program pages below and the Career Center to learn more about the different career options available in STEM.
After finishing any program in STEM, you should have the following skills:
Draw scientific conclusions about simple and complex systems by collecting, assessing, and analyzing information.
Communicate technical ideas in group and professional settings in both written and oral form.
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