The STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) field is varied and growing. This spring you can enroll in a FREE Pilot course!
Here is what you need to know...
SEM 101 - 01 Lecture MWF 12:30-1:20
SEM 101 - 02 Lab R 2- 4:30 pm
SEM 101 - 03 Lecture MWF 9-9:50
SEM 101 - 04 Lab R 11-1:30
These 2 sections will open November 17 for new students
SEM 101 - 05 Lecture MWF 9-9:50
SEM 101 - 06 Lab F 11- 1:30 pm
SEM 101 - 07 Lecture MWF 10 am
SEM 101 - 08 Lab T 11-1:30
NOTE: Capped at 20- course description can be found in the registration booklet- need more info- contact Michele at X 2268 or Ileana at X 2438.
A hands-on introduction to STEM disciplines, SEM 101 is designed for, but not limited to, students interested in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Working in collaborative teams, students will gather information from field trips, experiments, lectures, visiting experts, and their own research, as they explore cross-disciplinary solutions to real-world problems. Topics include astronomy, earth and environmental science, genetics, chemistry and physics, with the mathematics, engineering and technology to support them.