College of Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Nursing

STEM Academic Programs

Applied Mathematics

The Applied Mathematics Program offers a course of study leading to a Bachelor of Science or Arts Degree in Mathematics.

The Mathematics Major is offered in the context of a STEM environment. Students will learn mathematics as it applies to and supports STEM, and business careers.  Opportunities for co-majors are encouraged within the sciences and engineering.  In addition the program offers mathematics education certifications for grades 4-8 and 8-12, and a Master Mathematics Certification.

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics     Recommended Course Sequence

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics (4-8 Certification)     Recommended Course Sequence

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics (8-12 Certification)     Recommended Course Sequence

Biological Sciences

Biological Sciences Program offers a Bachelor of Science degree with concentrations in  cell & molecular biology; environmental sciences and pre-health sciences programs.   A minor in chemistry is also offered, as well as teaching certifications with a focus in science education.  In addition we have a graduate education program with a focus in science education. 

Bachelor of Science in Biology

Bachelor of Science in Biology (4-8 Certification)

Bachelor of Science in Biology (8-12 Certification) Composite Science

Bachelor of Science in Biology (8-12 Certification) Life Science

Biology Department Website

Computer Science

The Computer Science Program offers a course of study leading to a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science.

Computer Science is the study of computers and other information processing systems: their theory, design, development, and application. Computer scientists design and analyze algorithms to solve problems and develop and study the performance of computer hardware and software in a wide range of jobs that encompass graphic design, environmental planning, management, manufacturing, and system engineering.

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science     Recommended Course Sequence

Electrical Engineering

The Electrical Engineering Program offers a course of study leading to a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering.

This engineering discipline has played a dominant role in the growth of information technology through the invention of the integrated circuit (IC) chips, and such a profound impact on every aspect of modern-day living.  Our program will prepare you for a wide range of opportunities in areas such as: personal computers, high-speed communication, multimedia entertainment and medical devices design.

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering     Recommended Course Sequence

NURSING PROGRAM – RN – Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)

The nursing program currently offers an online RN to BSN program in the College of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). Applicants must be a Registered Nurse prior to entering the program. The program offers upper division course work to achieve the Bachelor of Science in nursing degree. The program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).

RN to BSN Program Information

Application for Nursing Program

RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing

The nursing program also offers an online MSN in Nursing Administration. The program offers a curriculum that prepares the nurse for administrative positions in all areas of nursing. This program is CCNE accredited.

Master of Science in Nursing Administration

Student Master Handbook Research Manual (Under Construction)

Certificate in Education

Nurses, who are also interested in education, may obtain a certificate in Education from the College of Education and Liberal Arts (CELA). This would allow them to develop instructional skills and may qualify them to work within educational healthcare settings.

Minors

Tomorrows careers will require people with the multiple skills to successfully find solutions to interdisciplinary problems.  Bringing multiple skills to your career can help you be that critically valuable person in our future workforce.  Bringing such areas of study as biology and computer science, or mathematics and computer science, electrical engineering and computer science, biology and mathematics, chemistry and engineering, biology and chemistry or business and mathematics can make you one of these critical people as soon as you graduate.  Explore these opportunities and talk with your advisor to map out your program of study to prepare you for a fun and rewarding career.

Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Minors