Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
Students with an area of interest of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) will gain an understanding of how the world works through research, analysis and application. Students within the Technology area will be ready to meet industry standards with skills acquired to develop software, troubleshoot hardware issues, and improve security and system integration. Students focused in the Engineering area will be able to implement change by creating solutions that bridge theory to real-world applications. Students focused in the Science and Math areas will cultivate intellectual advancement, develop new models/theories and analyze data to problem solve within their discipline.
SCF's Associate in Science (A.S.) Degree and Certificate programs provide practical training and critical thinking skills to help you succeed today and advance tomorrow. Click on the links below to learn more about the programs that interest you or contact the Career & Technical Education (CTE) Recruiter/Advisor.
The Associate in Arts degree (A.A.) is for students who, upon graduation from SCF, transfer to a public or private college/university to earn a bachelor's degree in a specific area of study. Academic advisors are available to assist with program planning so that the proper academic program prerequisites are taken prior to successful transfer to the college/university from SCF.