STEM100 Introduction to STEM Disciplines (3 semester hours)
This course exposes incoming students a chance to explore an array of topics and disciplines across science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) and provides a solid exploration of the STEM industry and career opportunities through undergraduate study. Students will be introduced to major areas of STEM, covering the fundamental principles and concepts of each discipline. Students will be introduced to career avenues, expectation of career readiness, career satisfaction, and professional communication. There is an emphasis on developing an understanding of personal interests, skills, and abilities, with a focus on helping the student find their passion through self-reflection and self-assessment. NOTE: This course is only available to students enrolled in the AS in Computer Technology, BS in Computer Technology, or BS in Electrical Engineering programs.