Science, Technology, Engineering and Math

Are you curious about how things work? Do you enjoy discovery, invention, and experimentation? Do you love to solve complex problems? Consider earning a degree or certificate in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Interest Area where you’ll learn how to apply scientific principles and mathematical reasoning to real-world problems.

Types of Degrees and Certificates Learn more
NC Noncredit Certificate of Competency
AS-T Associate in Science for Transfer
AS Associate of Science Degree
CA Certificate of Achievement
AA/AS Associate of Arts Degree or Associate of Science Degree
  • Female student smiles while using large telescope

    Astronomy

    Learn about our solar system and the universe's evolution, and observe celestial phenomena in our planetarium.
    NC
    Astronomy
  • Female students using microscopes in science lab class

    Biological Sciences

    Study everything from plants to animals to bacteria. Transfer to many fields such as the medical field with a biology degree.
    AS-T AS CA
    Biological Sciences
  • Student in chemistry class

    Chemistry

    Investigate your surroundings on a molecular level to solve problems. You will look closely at the structure and properties of matter.
    AS-T AS
    Chemistry
  • Male students working together on computer coding

    Computer Science

    Computers are essential to almost every business, so this is the best time to begin a career in computer science. Solve problems and make efficient systems through theory and practical experience in the field.
    AS-T AA/AS CA
    Computer Science
  • Engineering students working on structures using Dots candies and skewers

    Engineering

    Study chemical, civil, electrical, or mechanical engineering to offer solutions to real-world problems.
    AA/AS CA
    Engineering
  • Students in math class

    Mathematics

    Learn how to use math, logic and analysis to provide solutions. Build problem-solving skills that are in high demand from employers.
    AS-T AA/AS
    Mathematics
  • Instructor in physics classroom

    Physics

    Learn about everything from subatomic particles to black holes. Discover the universal laws of force, energy and more.
    AS-T
    Physics

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