GC STEM Pathway
 

SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, AND MATH

 

Do you enjoy looking for patterns and solving puzzles? Are you curious about how  the world works? Have you ever wondered about the size of the universe, or what lies in our oceans, or inside our cells? The Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) pathway offers the opportunities to explore the connections of biology and technology, questions of space and time, and building competence in logic and critical thinking. Expand your mind and launch your explorations!

For many careers in this area, a four-year degree is required. The transfer curriculum in STEM is designed for students who plan to pursue bachelor's degrees at a four-year college or university after completing their studies at Galveston College. Upon successful completion of the prescribed courses, the student will be eligible to graduate from Galveston College with an Associate of Science degree.

 

Biology - STEM

Biology

 
 

Chemistry, STEM

Chemistry

 
 

Computer Science, STEM

Computer and Network Administration

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Computer Science, STEM

Computer Science

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Engineering, STEMEngineering

Math, STEMMathematics

 

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Pre-Professional Health, STEMPre-Professional Health

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Physics, STEMPhysics

 

General StudiesGeneral Studies (AS)

 

Career Training

Next Steps

Start the convenient online application process @ GoApplyTexas.

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Career Coach is a FREE online tool designed to help you find a great career by providing the most current local data on wages, employment, job postings, and associated education and training.

Through a simple keyword search, you can learn about the employment prospects of differing careers. The real-time information is customized to the College’s geographic region and includes detailed wage estimates and up-to-date job postings associated with any career. Users are directed to the College’s programs when searching for specific jobs.

Career Coach also includes a built-in resume builder to help students and jobseekers quickly put together an updated resume with key skills and previous job experiences.

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Financial aid is available to help eligible part-time and full-time students pay for college. It can be a combination of grants, loans and work-study.

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In addition to federal and state aid, scholarships are a great way to help with the cost of your education. To learn more about the types of scholarships and deadlines.

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Questions? Contact Us.

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admissions@gc.edu
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