Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math

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Start Training for a Career in STEM

STEM is an acronym for academic programs based on the idea of educating students in four specific disciplines—Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. While industries are experiencing a shortage of skilled workers in the growing STEM sector, many workers face displacement or underemployment.

At MxCC, students learn how to apply science to solve problems through lab experiences, research, and course work to think collaboratively and critically as they prepare for future success in class and in career pathways. They develop abilities to apply written, oral, and graphical communication in both technical and non-technical environments. They learn new concepts and techniques as required for continuing professional development and prepare to take industry-based certification exams.

Many of the degree programs are designed for students to transfer to institutions with bachelor’s degree programs in related fields or for entry into industry positions.


Programs & Support
for Success

MxCC students can choose from many academic support options to pursue their educational requirements.

Students who need individualized help during the transitional first year of college can get one-on-one assistance with studying, learning, and time management through the unique Transitional Year Program.

The Academic Success Center offers further academic support through personalized and group tutoring. Students reach their potential in an encouraging environment and become competent independent learners.

The Learning Commons resource hub blends traditional services with advanced facilities and provides instructional innovation, collaborative work, tutoring, and emerging educational technologies.

Honors Program students hone leadership, academic, and professional skills necessary for future success. They receive faculty mentoring, special programming, independent study, and early entrance into the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society.

 

 


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