Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM)
Students can also take courses in Biology, Chemistry, Computer Networking Technology, Geography, Geology, Mathematics, and Physics. Talk to your advisor on how you can use these and other courses here at Schoolcraft College and to transfer to a 4-year degree.
Are You Interested In…
- Solving complex problems?
- Taking what you learn and applying it in the real world?
- Creating new products or technology?
A solid foundation in STEM paves the way to a variety of careers, including research, teaching and high-tech industry, manufacturing and business. The education at Schoolcraft can help students immediately succeed in a bachelor of science program at a four-year institutions or open the door to a career path.
“By the time I graduated from this wonderful institution, I not only knew what it was that I wanted to do with my life, but I also learned who I am, where I’m going, and how to get there.”
Electromagnetic Compatibility Engineer, ZF Group
The free Career Coach online assessment tool matches your interests to potential career areas. With a simple keyword search, you can learn about employment prospects for a variety of careers, wage information and area job postings.
Career Coach also can help map an educational pathway, including degrees and certificates offered at Schoolcraft College, to help achieve your career goals.
Curriculum Defined by Industry Experts
A continuing dialogue with seasoned professionals helps ensure our curriculum delivers the education our students deserve and employers demand.
Biomedical Engineering Technology Advisory Committee
- Michael DeRossett, Interim Director, CE Operations, Trinity Health Clinical Engineering, Livonia
- Nelini Faulkner, Director of Service, GE Healthcare, US & Canada
- Michael Garon, Regional Director, Trinity Health Clinical Engineering, Livonia
- Marty Gibson, Clinical Engineering Department, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
- Thomas Hulscher, Director of Service, Trinity Health Clinical Engineering, Canton
- Rusty Irons, Imaging Director, Clinical Engineering, Henry Ford Health System, Detroit
- Hassan Jizzine, Clinical Engineer , Harper Hospital, Detroit
- Chris Peters, Certified Biomedical Engineering Technologist, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
- Jeff Ross, CEO & Founder, Advanced Clinical Technology, Saline
Computer Information Systems Advisory Committee
- Jeff Borton, Chief Technology Officer, Schoolcraft College, Livonia
- Michael Davenport, President and Principal Security Consultant, Trilogy Security, Southfield
- Sandip Dholakia, Security Architect, ECO & Compliance Lead – GDAT, GM Information Technology, Northville
- Kevin Germain, Creative Programs and Systems, Brighton
Computer Networking/Cybersecurity Advisory Committee
- Stephanie Benkhalifa, Team and Talent Leader, Cyberforce|Q, Plymouth
- Caleb Bellow, Talent Acquisition Specialist, Logicalis, Bloomfeld Hills
- Lonnie Decker (PhD), Department Chair, Networking Technology & Information Assurance, Davenport University, Midland
- Michael Parker, Assistant Professor of Cybersecurity, Sienna Heights University, Adrian
- Leanna Stewart, Security Operations Center Manager, Cyberforce|Q, Plymouth
Environmental Studies Advisory Committee
- Corrie Fochler, IT – GIS Team Supervisor, Consumers Energy, Jackson
- Ulrich Kamp, University of Michigan, Dearborn
- Silverenia Kanoyton, Wayne State University, Detroit
- Cheryl Kehres-Dietrich, Manager, Environmental Services, SME Inc., Plymouth
- Jim Miller, GIS Department Manager, Hubble, Roth & Clark Inc., West Bloomfield
- Sally Petrella, Friends of the Rouge, University of Michigan Dearborn, Dearborn
- Doug Ritter, President, Ritter GIS, Plymouth
- Claudia Walters, Assistant Research Scientist, University of Michigan Dearborn, Dearborn