Whether looking at living systems, machines, man-made structures, the earth, or the universe, students in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Pathway (STEM) have an interest in understanding how the world works. A STEM pathway will foster your intellectual curiosity, logical reasoning, and collaboration skills.
Are you curious about how things work? Do you like working on projects with a team of people to solve problems that will change the world?
With the continual expansion of technology, there are always new boundaries to push and new things to learn. As a result, the technologies and discoveries we can barely dream of today will be the reality a mere 10 years from now, and STEM scientists will be on the leading edge of those changes. Biology, chemistry, engineering, mathematics, physics, computer science, or astronomy are examples of career fields open to students with these interests.