About the Program
Learn the basics of medical, engineering, and applied industrial technology courses in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) strand. Students who choose this track may pursue college degrees in Information Technology, Computer Science, Engineering, Medicine, Industrial Technology, and Science and Math Education.
- Design and interpret models, demonstrations, simulations, and representations of key principles in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics disciplines.
- Utilize critical thinking to make sense of problems and apply the steps that scientists follow before arriving to a judgment about the world around you by applying scientific skills including familiarity with laboratory procedures, test methods, equipment, and protocols.
- Employ valid and reliable research strategies in solving real issues faced by a partner company and help in creating and improving an existing product, and generating a new understanding in a changing world of technology.
- Solve multi-concept and rich-context problems accurately using an approach which involves experiments and utilizing the underlying scientific, technical, and mathematical principles and ideas.
- Conduct a scientific or technical research and present the result both orally and written in a logical, clear, and effective way.